The biennial festival of Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian tribal members kicked off on Wednesday with a Ravenstail and Chilkat weavers presentation in Juneau and will end Saturday with a grand exit.
Members of the One People Canoe Society finished the last leg of their weeklong journey from Angoon to Juneau on Wednesday.
Smoke visible for miles during structure fire in Douglas
Juneau voters are likely to be asked at least two ballot questions in October: Should the temporary 3 percent sales tax be renewed again? And, should it be permanent?
Juneau Arts and Humanities Council, police, seek help after break-in
Three people are running for Juneau’s two House seats in November.
A response team is headed to the area Tuesday to find and secure the Invader. The incident is being investigated.
We got a sneak peak at the new State Library, Archives and Museum building last week. Here’s a look inside.
The state is granting nearly $300,000 to improve water quality in some of Alaska’s most damaged watersheds, including Juneau’s orange-tinted Duck Creek.
Juneau’s budget could remain relatively unchanged next year, but a storm is coming.