A Wings of Alaska pilot is dead after the plane she was flying went down 18 miles west of Juneau Friday afternoon. Flight 202 from Juneau to Hoonah was carrying four passengers, all of who survived.
The plane crashed possibly between Point Howard and Point Couverden Reportedly there are four passengers and one crewmember on board.
After a month long dispute, the Mississippi flag on Egan Drive is coming down. Former Assemblyman Marc Wheeler received a permit earlier this morning to remove the flag this weekend.
Master Gardener Ed Buyarski suggests a quick harvest of fruit and vegetables that may crack and split after this month’s heavy rainfall.
A visiting breakdance duo has been teaching Juneau residents some new moves. They’re featured in a documentary that’s playing in town over the weekend about hip hop culture and social change in Uganda.
Options under consideration include various taxes and using some portion of Permanent Fund investment earnings to fund state government.
Nearly 200 people have signed a letter asking for the removal of the Mississippi flag downtown because it features an image of the Confederate flag.
Juneau Police have a new tool to sniff out a steady flow of heroin and other narcotics entering the city. It’s been about 25 years since the department had a K-9 on staff.
From the outside, the burnt out Gastineau Apartments is a crumbling eye sore. Inside, it’s actually worse.
Rich Carlson, a retired educator living in Juneau, served as superintendent in Klawock for a dozen years and worked in education for about 40 years after retiring in 2014.