In this newscast: USFWS begins review of polar bears’ endangered species status; FAA tries to make flying in Alaska safer; Fat Bear Week’s great voter turnout; Rare turkey vulture sightings in Alaska
In this newscast: Two members of the Anchorage mayor’s administration have tested positive for COVID-19; SHI is recruiting coaches for the Native Youth Olympics; Alaska pediatricians worried about this respiratory virus season; Two state psychiatrists have won their case against Gov. Mike Dunleavy
A Curious Juneau listener wrote in saying they’d witnessed a snake-like cloud forming along the Gastineau Channel and wondered if there are any Lingít stories or a Lingít name for this cloud feature.
In this newscast: Juneau’s students will have to wear masks at school; Alaska will collect DNA samples from decades worth of crimes; the latest on the plane crash that killed 6 near Ketchikan
Juneau city officials reported on Wednesday that a man in his 60s died at the hospital last Friday, Aug. 6.
In this newscast: The Juneau Assembly is looking into turning a warehouse into a ballot counting facility; the bait herring shortage; Palmer Correctional Center reopening
In this newscast: Another float plane crash in Misty Fjords; Juneau’s new hazard maps; Senate infrastructure bill; ferries; deadly logging accident
KTOO supports the normalization and familiarization of the Lingít language.
A ceremony in Juneau celebrated the first stamp ever designed by a Lingít artist and the importance of the design and its story to the people who live in Lingít Aaní today.
We’re back with a new season of Cruise Town because — spoiler alert — large cruise ships are coming back to Alaska in July.