In this newscast, what happened to the hourly clock chimes in downtown Juneau? After Election Day malfunction, House District 35 returns are finally in. And the Trump administration is offering substantially less land for oil leasing in NPR-A than it did last year.
In this newscast, Petersburg High School is one of the latest in the state to look at starting a video gaming team as a new sport, government officials are getting ready to count rural Alaskans in 2020 Census, and someone turned in a 99-year-old U.S. flag to the Ketchikan American Legion for disposal
In this newscast: KTOO’s Jeremy Hseih has a preview of Juneau’s legislative races, President Trump signed into law the “Save our Seas” bill from Alaska U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan, and
the Haines Borough has decided to do away with an excise tax on local marijuana cultivators.