“We hope that we’ll get data all the way up until 1 to 2 seconds before the accident,” says NTSB investigator Chris Shaver.
Local voters could elect up to six new members to the Juneau Assembly and School Board this fall — if candidates step up.
The UCLA Williams Institute published a report last week looking at workplace discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a 2003 exemption on Wednesday that would have made it possible to build roads through the Tongass National Forest.
Assemblyman Jesse Kiehl is working on a city ordinance that would ban sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination in the private sector.
“Sometimes I would love to wear a shirt that says, ‘My child has FASD. Don’t judge us,'” says mother Diane Lohrey.
A jury has convicted former Wrangell Dr. Greg Salard of receiving and distributing child porn after an hour and a half of deliberations.
Capital City Fire/Rescue held a live fire exercise on Saturday at an old cabin on Mendenhall Loop Road.
Greg Salard’s defense team did not offer any witnesses or present any evidence of their own. Salard declined to testify on his own behalf.
Gail Fenumiai resigned abruptly on Friday at Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott’s request. She’s being replaced by Nome City Manager Josephine Bahnke.