So far this winter, Jeffrey Wright had hiked up Mt. Verstovia at least half a dozen times with one goal in mind: hiking the full trail in the snow.
Juneau police are looking for feedback on the new page, which has photos and descriptions of missing people and details about when they were last seen.
A 62-year-old man was hoisted from the 254-foot fish processor Phoenix after he experienced stroke-like symptoms, according to a USCG news release.
Kaleb Westfall sent his sister a one-word message from his inReach device: “Crash.” He was 50 miles north of Dillingham, and he thought he had a broken femur.
The grounding ruptured one of the tug’s fuel tanks, which can hold around 13,000 gallons of diesel fuel. The state says that a sheen was observed covering an area of around 4 nautical miles, north to Salisbury Sound.
Clifford White was the fifth person to go missing in Juneau last year.
A Homer man was walking on a piece of ice near Anchor Point on Saturday when it broke off and drifted into Cook Inlet.
Peavey had lived in the community of Meyers Chuck nearly his whole life, having moved there in 1949 at the age of seven.
An Alaska-based writer and photographer who survived an avalanche near Eagle River nearly 40 years ago — a bone-crushing event that killed his best friend and climbing partner — has won Outside Magazine’s inaugural survival stories essay contest.
On Valentine’s Day in 2019, Kaelyn Schneider’s mom Tracy Day went missing in Juneau. And for a long time, Schneider felt like her mom’s story disappeared, too.