Huna Totem Corporation aims to complete construction on a 10,000-foot visitor center and a new cruise ship berth with a curved trestle by 2025, but there are many steps to go in the public process.
Seasonal flu activity is increasing substantially across the state, and the rate is especially high in Southeast Alaska.
By noon, Alaska Seaplanes had canceled a flight to Tenakee Springs and anticipated canceling another to Pelican due to the wind.
In this news update: Local naturalists reveal the life of the spruce tree that destroyed houses on Gastineau Avenue this September; Alaska writers of the animated children’s show “Molly of Denali” react to its two Emmy nominations; The number of patrons at Juneau’s main food pantry doubled over the pandemic and hasn’t gone down; Alaska’s…
Southeast Alaska Food Bank is hosting its annual food drive this Saturday at Foodland and Superbear IGA stores in Juneau.
In this newscast: Juneau Empire reporter Mark Sabatini breaks down Juneau’s election results; A salmon hatchery operator in Prince William Sound is on the hook for $1 million in hazardous waste violations; Language immersion programs are no longer on the chopping block to balance the Anchorage School District’s budget; High winds in Juneau knock out…
The tree that crashed through a Juneau neighborhood this fall was older than the United States. Local naturalists say its rings tell us a lot about the life it lived.
Meals and Wheels has struggled to find volunteers since the beginning of the pandemic, and the Helping Hands food pantry will be closing at the end of the month.
Helping Hands is a nonprofit that’s been around for almost four decades. Now it doesn’t have enough cash or volunteers to stay open.
These students are part of the long-term solution to the state’s dire need for nurses – specifically, Alaska-trained nurses who intend to work in the state.