In 30 years or so, visitors might not be able to see the Mendenhall Glacier from the visitor center. The U.S. Forest Service is preparing for that reality.
The National Archives in Seattle is slated to close. It warehouses federal documents obtained from states across the Northwest. And it’s especially important for Alaska.
For one Juneau-based guide, it’s a way to teach his guests about the importance of the Tongass National Forest at a crucial time.
In this newscast: Mine workers struggle to get to work because of lack of state ferries A Washington D.C. think tank says Alaska should join the global race to secure the Arctic Donald Trump Jr. is coming to Juneau
There’s only one working ferry now because of repairs Yellow cedar is dying. Is there business potential for small mills? Update on a teen murder in Palmer
Questions over why a top Gov. Dunleavy campaign contributor’s grandson was offered a no bid contract Alaska corona virus update Rescuers find missing kids from Nunam Iqua
In this newscast: Gov. Mike Dunleavy had to cancel his latest town hall tour to Petersburg but residents protested anyway. The Governor’s Chief of Staff delivers a message about Alaska ferries The American Legion was burglarized in Juneau. What was stolen had sentimental value.
A recent study explores the business potential of salvage logging for yellow cedar, or harvesting trees that are already dead.
In this newscast: Governor Mike Dunleavy’s Petesburg meeting canceled due to weather Corona virus update Travel hindered in Southeast Alaska due to ferry schedules
In this newscast: The federal government finalizes a buyback of lands from a Sitka Native Corporation Testimony at the legislature about Pioneer Home rate increases Solar in Southeast Alaska? It’s snowing a lot in Juneau