In this newscast: Concern over the number of ballots rejected in the special primary election; half of Juneau’s schools now have Lingit names; group seeking to repeal mandatory real estate disclosure laws coming up short on signatures; Pride events planned for Juneau
In this newscast: An update on the students who ingested floor sealant at a Juneau summer school; what’s behind the haze in Southeast Alaska; new ballot count from Saturday’s special primary election; drag queen storytime illegally canceled in Ketchikan
In this newscast: Juneau children given floor sealant instead of milk at Rally summer program; opioid overdose kits go out to seafood processors; a Norwegian cruise ship visits Alaska’s Little Norway; update on the Aghaluk Mountain Fire
In this newscast: Massive wildfire threatens Yukon River villages; Sitka Salmon Shares closes flagship plant; Sen. Lora Reinbold sued for blocking a constituent on Facebook
Unlike the Jan. 6 hearings, coverage of Celebration can’t be found on every channel or platform. You can only get it from KTOO.
In this newscast: Find out which House candidate has raised more than $1M; a third of Alaska lawmakers aren’t running for re-election; bird flu in foxes; remembering Juneau’s “DMV guy”
In this newscast: former Alaska AG charged with sexual abuse of a minor; early and absentee in-person voting starts today; Alaska currently has no campaign contribution limits; a Juneau-raised author on the history and legends of Asian and Indigenous people
Reynaldo Caparas’ daughter says that of all the things her dad was to her and to the community, he would really love to be remembered as “the DMV guy.”
Hundreds of voters in the Philippine national elections will be waiting for the results in Alaska. And some hope the outcome makes way for a return to the past.
Last year, COVID-19 restrictions meant that cruise ship workers more often than not couldn’t get off the ships in port at all, so businesses in Juneau that cater to crewmembers, did practically zero business.