A greenhouse on wheels is in the works to teach Southeast Alaska students how to be less dependent on imported food.
Juneau resident Jason Puckett seeks community support to turn his hobby of making marshmallows into a small business before the tourist season begins.
Anchorage Rep. Geran Tarr concedes there is no clear consensus about whether eating genetically-modified foods is harmful, but she’s not taking any chances. House Bill 92 aims to help GMO-cautious consumers identify which foods in Alaska have been genetically engineered.
The Southeast Alaska Food Bank has doubled its inventory in recent years and is lacking the freezer space to preserve it all. The nonprofit hopes to expand its facilities on city-owned land to build additional storage.
UAS Professor Sol Neely is using Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky to put Lemon Creek inmates on the road to academia.
Juneau’s history of time zones is quite complicated. New legislation could heal an old “war wound” for when the capital city moved off Pacific Time in 1983.
Kazu Kibuishi, the notable illustrator of the re-released Harry Potter book covers, visited Juneau to offer advice for aspiring graphic artists.
A statewide recession will inevitably happen this year, say two economics experts from Anchorage. But there are reasons not to panic.
Department of Corrections Commissioner Ronald Taylor says the proposal would not be realistic without additional funding.
Independent filmmaker Mark Titus presents issues facing Alaska’s wild salmon population in his new film “The Breach.” After four years of fundraising and production, Titus takes his film on a 12-stop national tour.