AEL&P says crews are responding to the false alarm, and there’s no need to evacuate the area.
The National Weather Service says up to 8 inches of snow are expected throughout the day, with an additional 2-4 inches expected overnight.
As a cultural interpreter, John Lawrence tries to answer any questions people might have. Some questions are about paint. Other questions are harder.
Because of a higher risk of landslides, the City and Borough of Juneau has temporarily closed the Flume Trail.
A group that monitors shellfish toxin levels is warning Juneau residents not to consume shellfish from locations in the Auke Bay area.
Two skiers in the area dug the Haines resident out of the snow within a matter of minutes and tried to resuscitate him.
In this newscast, the Alaska Supreme Court upholds Bart LeBon’s House victory, seven Juneauites are vying for an Assembly seat, and a local trust swaps land with the U.S. Forest Service.
In this newscast, Gov. Dunleavy formally requests federal disaster relief funds for the earthquake recovery, Sen. Murkowski wants to pass a public lands bill, and a Japan whaling decision could affect Alaska whalers.
In this newscast, online PFD applications are shut down temporarily, and the Gastineau Humane Society is getting a new name and logo.
For the kids in Harborview Elementary School’s Tlingit immersion program, Thanksgiving is an opportunity to expand their understanding of Tlingit language and culture.