The University of Alaska Fairbanks realized a dream over the weekend, with the launch of a new arctic research vessel.
State employees can’t use private e-mail accounts to hide their work communication from public record laws. The State Supreme Court issued a decision on the matter on Friday, that largely affirms an earlier Superior Court Ruling. The case dates back to the Sarah Palin Administration and addresses the tricky question of whether the state records…
Schools are finding success by focusing on individual students, improvements to student health, and community partnerships.
KTOO News today begins a series on the impact of dropping out of high school, the reasons why some youth choose to leave school, and programs to reverse their course.
The City and Borough of Juneau Canvass Board on Tuesday certified results of last week’s municipal election.
Belongings of Lt. Henry Hubbard, one of the first Kiska casualties, part of last major, locally curated exhibit before SLAM.
Longtime Juneau musician Dale Wygant was honored with a mayoral proclamation last night (Monday) at the Juneau Assembly’s regular meeting.
Assembly woman Ruth Danner will be out of town next week, so Mayor Bruce Botelho took a moment at her final meeting to thank her for her service.
About 500 people are in Anchorage this week for the Alaska Travel Industry Association’s convention and trade show.
If you see smoke and flames from an Otter Run house on Saturday, don’t call firefighters. They will already be there.
The Thunder Mountain Falcons host the Homer Mariners tonight (Friday) at 7 p.m., while the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears play the Service Cougars in Anchorage tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 p.m.
More cruise ship tourists visited Alaska this year than last. But some ports did better than others.
The 110-foot Chandeleur is being transferred from Miami to Ketchikan to assist with regional responses throughout the panhandle.