One home was completely destroyed by the slide, and two more were damaged.
The National Weather Service in Juneau says its flood watch for Juneau, Skagway and Sitka remains in effect through Tuesday afternoon.
In this newscast: State transportation officials have taken a small step toward building a new ferry terminal at the end of Juneau’s road; Golovin residents are in cleanup mode after the flood waters have receded; A look to what reputable organizations to donate to for relief efforts; Juneau Hydropower is working with Japan’s J-Power on the Sweetheart Lake project
A bear near the airport keeps flipping dumpsters to get trash.
In this newscast: Candidates for Alaska’s US Senate race took part in a question and answer session at Southeast Conference; Alaska Public Media’s Kavitha George explains the privacy clause of the Alaska Constitution, and what could happen to abortion rights if a Constitutional Convention takes place; A significant fall storm approaches Western Alaska tonight
Her daughter says Joanne Hansen grew up in the Midwest, but she bloomed in Juneau.
In this newscast: Another Juneau COVID death was reported; A tour of Juneau’s new Ballot Processing Center; Angoon hired a married couple as VPSOs; A Canadian company working to develop a rare earth mineral complex in Southeast Alaska has pushed back its target opening date
For the past two municipal elections, Juneau’s city clerk had to fly to Anchorage with all of the city’s ballots to use the vote-counting equipment there.
Spectrum is the only queer-specific support group that serves people in Juneau who’ve experienced trauma.
In this newscast: Sitka is considering action to limit its growth of short-term rentals; Two of the Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Totem Pole Trail poles in Juneau will be from Ketchikan artists