A man who is walking around the world is in Juneau through the weekend. Norio Sasaki is from Kyoto, Japan, and has been on the road for a while.
At a U.S. Senate hearing Tuesday, witnesses described Vladimir Putin more as a cunning bully than a good neighbor. The hearing in the Foreign Relations Committee was all about Europe, not the Arctic.
October is Filipino American History Month. One Juneau DJ is finding ways to connect others with their culture on the airwaves.
An Alaskan fisheries observer went missing in South America in September, and now the U.S. Coast Guard and FBI are investigating his disappearance.
It’s a tough life for many of the Syrian kids who are now refugees in Lebanon: working in the fields up to 14 hours a day instead of going to school.
Surprisingly, more than half the council’s non-Arctic states submitted assessment reports of their own emissions of black carbon, the particulate waste from fossil fuel combustion.
Vice President Ahmed Adheeb was arrested as he came back from a conference in China. He is suspected of playing a role in a speedboat explosion targeting the president.
Despite not needing a visa for the trip, Sivoy Miklahook now finds himself on the wrong side of the Strait as his Russian papers inch closer to expiration and residents in western Alaska rally to bring him home.
In a leaked corporate memo, a vice president at Morris Communications told papers it owns–including the Juneau Empire and Peninsula Clarion–to run a pre-written editorial, and represent it as a local staff opinion.
The director of the Sitka Historical Society has been in an extensive—and somewhat bizarre—email exchange with a Russian event promoter named Alex Chupilkin.