In this newscast: Nation Weather Service forecaster Rick Fritsch says next week’s high temperatures could challenge a century-old record in Juneau; A University of Alaska Fairbanks professor has been named to a NASA science team for a mission to Venus; Margined white butterflies are out sipping mud at the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau; The Anchorage…
In this newscast: University of Alaska Southeast will offer a free option for Alaska Native language courses this fall; Southeast Alaska’s ferry link to northern British Columbia resumed on Monday after nearly three years out of service; One of the first Alaska grants from the historic $1.2 trillion dollar federal infrastructure bill is going to…
In this newscast: Young kids in Juneau could get their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine this week; The Zach Gordon Youth Center hosted its third Youth Pride Party to celebrate queer kids; The North Pacific Fishery Management Council recommended further study after hours of testimony urging action to curb chinook and chum salmon bycatch…
In this newscast: The Juneau School District shares more about how floor sealant was served to students instead of milk; Candidates who did poorly in the congressional special primary election are weighing if they’ll still run in the regular election; Voters in Southeast Alaska favored independent Al Gross and Democrat Mary Peltola; Capstone Clinic is closing its public testing sites at the end of the month; Firefighting crews are standing by to respond to more Interior wildfires with lightning in the forecast; Higher fuel prices are driving up barge prices and retail prices across Southeast Alaska; The Juneau Black Awareness Association celebrates Juneteenth on Sunday.
In this newscast: Concern over the number of ballots rejected in the special primary election; half of Juneau’s schools now have Lingit names; group seeking to repeal mandatory real estate disclosure laws coming up short on signatures; Pride events planned for Juneau
In this newscast: An update on the students who ingested floor sealant at a Juneau summer school; what’s behind the haze in Southeast Alaska; new ballot count from Saturday’s special primary election; drag queen storytime illegally canceled in Ketchikan
In this newscast: Juneau children given floor sealant instead of milk at Rally summer program; opioid overdose kits go out to seafood processors; a Norwegian cruise ship visits Alaska’s Little Norway; update on the Aghaluk Mountain Fire
In this newscast: Massive wildfire threatens Yukon River villages; Sitka Salmon Shares closes flagship plant; Sen. Lora Reinbold sued for blocking a constituent on Facebook
In this newscast: Juneau volunteers reboot trail work efforts after the pandemic put a hold on maintenance; State economist Rob Kreiger spoke with Alaska public Media about what’s driving the state’s tightened housing market; Alaska is the most scammed state in the country—this year there have been nearly a thousand reports of fraud.
In this newscast: Two Tlingit dance groups from Wrangell are leads at Celebration, the biannual festival honoring Tlingit, Hainda, and Tsimshian people; A large tundra fire is threatening the village of St. Mary’s; A rare lightening storm knocked out power to thousands of Homer Electric Association members Thursday morning.