Jeremy Hsieh

Local News Reporter, KTOO

I dig into questions about the forces and institutions that shape Juneau, big and small, delightful and outrageous. What stirs you up about how Juneau is built and how the city works?

Newscast – Friday, Sept. 23, 2022

In this newscast: Police are investigating the killing of a 55-year-old Juneau woman found on a popular trail; Voters weigh competing expectations of the effects of Juneau’s mandatory real estate sales price disclosure rule; The Bureau of Land Management begins the scoping period for a supplemental environmental review of the proposed Ambler Road; A state judge says Rep. David Eastman may be ineligible to hold public office because of his association with the Oath Keepers; Another atmospheric river event is going to drench Southeast Alaska

Newscast – Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022

In this newscast: The latest assessments from the aftermath of the storm that battered western Alaska; Congresswoman Mary Peltola picks up the her predecessor’s push to renew the nation’s primary federal fishing law; State health officials encourage Alaskans to get updated COVID boosters and flu shots; The National Weather Service forecasts another atmospheric river event coming to Southeast Alaska

Newscast – Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2022

In this newscast: Alaska continues to lead the nation in its homicide rate for women killed by men; Former attorney general Ed Sniffen is indicted for sexual abuse of a minor; State forestry officials consider a new timber sale on Prince of Wales Island; Officials says residents of more than a dozen coastal communities recovering from the weekend’s storm should boil their drinking water; Residents of Shaktoolik say life is gradually returning to normal after the storm; The Alaska Marine Highway System ferry Columbia won’t be back in service this winter; Ketchikan High School gets chosen as the only high school in Alaska with rights to perform the Broadway version of the Disney musical “Frozen”

Newscast – Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022

In this newscast: Gov. Mike Dunleavy requests a federal disaster declaration for the storm that hit western Alaska; Nome works on cleaning up its infrastructure after the storm; The Alaska Constitutional Convention’s last living delegate explains why he opposes a new constitutional convention; Juneau planning officials plan to host a informational meeting about the city’s affordable housing fund; State health official relax expand eligibility for the monkeypox vaccine to anyone who believes they are at increased risk for infection

Newscast – Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022

In this newscast: Mary Peltola finishes her first full day as a member of Congress with a seat on the House Natural Resources Committee; A monster storm is forecast to bring flooding and damaging winds to a huge swath of western Alaska; Local and state transportation officials will share potential locations for a a second crossing between Douglas and the rest of Juneau on Saturday; A daughter  shares memories of longtime Juneau domestic violence worker Joanne Hansen, who died earlier this month 

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