A gigantic piece of rock fell Dec. 30, 2016 from a cliff at the head of Cowee Creek, north of Juneau. A 30-foot high wave rolled down the creek, downing 1500 trees and scouring the shoreline in a 300-foot wide swath down the valley.
A University of Alaska Fairbanks archaeology professor and an international team of scientists have discovered evidence of a previously unknown, ancient people who were among the first to cross over from Asia to Alaska more than 15,000 years ago.
More than 2,500 comments were submitted to the FCC this year with Juneau addresses. There’s evidence that identities were stolen to submit millions of comments to the Federal Communications Commission arguing against net neutrality.