Jennifer Pemberton

Newscast — Tuesday, May 5, 2020

In this newscast: The similarities between the current coronavirus pandemic and the influenza pandemic of over a century ago; A Chilkat weaver in Juneau wanted to create a work of art to reflect the biggest story of our time; Local bears are out and they’re hungry; Stock in Norwegian Cruise Lines’ parent company took a dive

Newscast — Wednesday, April 15, 2020

In this newscast: Requests for emergency hunts are piling up for federal and state agencies; Practically all of the money the Juneau Assembly committed for its emergency small business loan program has been allocated; State spending audit finds problems after state denies auditors access to oil tax records; Princess Cruises and Holland America Line are canceling sailings and closing lodges and bus tours in Alaska; The city of Valdez is appealing a decision from the Regulatory Commission of Alaska that allows Hilcorp to keep financial documents confidential

Newscast — Friday, March 27, 2020

In this newscast: Lawmakers ask Gov. Mike Dunleavy to immediately issue a statewide shelter-in-place order; SHI postpones Celebration until 2021; CBJ is expanding its criteria for COVID-19 testing; health officials are encouraging people to go outside — with limits

Newscast — Thursday, March 26, 2020

In this newscast: President Trump has been talking about helping out the cruise industry, but not everyone thinks that’s a good idea; Juneau’s Capital Transit is asking residents to use the buses only for essential travel; Some restaurants in Alaska are adjusting to the ban on dine-in services, but it hasn’t been easy