In this newscast: On Saturday, Juneau’s largest convention space, Centennial Hall, will close until late summer; The US Dept. of the Interior is putting $75 million towards community relocation efforts for three tribes, two of which are in Alaska; Alaska tribal leaders are headed home from the White House Tribal Nations Summit, with ICWA on the mind; The hourly wage rate in Alaska has historically been higher than those of other states, but that’s changing
In this newscast: Juneau public health officials warn that this flu and respiratory virus season is likely to be more severe than usual; Federal safety investigators are calling for new, more restrictive regulations on flightseeing tours in the Ketchikan area after a series of crashes; Students were evacuated from Kodiak’s North Star Elementary after a suspicious package was reported Wednesday; A member of a national committee researching PFAS health effects shared information about the project
In this newscast: There were no fatalities within the Alaska’s commercial fishing fleets this year, for only the second time on record; A former Alaska couple has been ordered to pay nearly one and a half million dollars for taking money from a Yakutat elder; The US Senate passed a bill to protect same sex marriage, with the support of both Alaska Senators; Alaska Congresswoman Mary Peltola voted against a bill to avert a railroad strike
In this newscast: A young climate activist from Ketchikan was named to Forbes “30 Under 30” list; An elementary school in Petersburg has temporarily canceled its after-school recess due to staffing shortages; Bethel Winter House is the area’s only low-barrier emergency shelter, and it may have to close early
In this newscast: The suspect arrested in the killing of Faith Rogers was already in custody for a harassment case; Elementary students in Dillingham have been pushing for the renaming of a creek; A panel in Sitka examined the history of its former residential school Sheldon Jackson
Results will update automatically with data from the Alaska Division of Elections.
We’ll learn the outcome of Alaska’s governor race and U.S. House and Senate races, as well as numerous state legislative races.
In this newscast: Lt. Krag Campbell with the Juneau Police Department explains how to avoid rental scams; Molly of Denali” has been nominated for two Children’s & Family Emmy Awards; Three cruise ships that visited Southeast Alaska this summer received awards for reporting whale sightings
In this newscast: Dozens of people gathered in Juneau to remember Sol Neely; A totem pole that spent more than 100 years far from home has returned to Kasaan; On Walter Soboleff Day, a panel discussed the Presbyterian Church’s decision to close his church in 1963
In this newscast: Juneau nonprofits are feeling the impact of a slowdown of volunteers; The race for House District 1 is separated by fewer than 200 votes; Biologists say wolves on Prince of Wales Island have a high level of inbreeding; The biggest town on Prince of Wales Island needs a bigger cemetery; The families of the victims of a 2020 midair crash over Soldotna have reached a settlement