Colors, cheer and sun grace Douglas on the Fourth of July.
Seven whale watching companies in Juneau are the first in the state to participate in a voluntary stewardship program that recognizes they go above and beyond federal and state viewing guidelines.
Morning Edition host Matt Miller will be aboard the fireworks barge streaming live video when the show begins Friday night. Watch here.
Nearly 700 shells will be launched from the middle of Gastineau Channel starting Friday night just before midnight.
As of 2 p.m., the river was at 38.3 feet and is expected to rise another four and a half feet, just below minor flood stage, by late tomorrow morning.
The New Old Time Chautauqua is a traveling troupe of performers. They’re in Juneau for three days of workshops, shows and activities starting Thursday.
The wife of an Episcopalian minister, Mildred Boesser spent decades fighting for gay rights and marriage equality.
No more cigarette, e-cigarette or hookah breaks between classes; the ban applies to all tobacco products.
The Juneau Assembly voted Monday night to amend the signs code, adding a penalty that’s at least five times higher for unpermitted signs outside businesses.
“They’re exercising their legal right so if that’s the game they’re willing to play, then I’m willing to continue to defend women,” says Haven House board chair June Degnan.