John Marvin, Jr.’s attorney questioned whether Sgt. Anthony Wallace was actually performing his official duties
New Lynn Canal shuttle ferries will be 280 feet long, seat about 300 passengers and operate no more than 12 hours a day. Part, but not all, of the car deck may be open. And the ships will have no staterooms or crew quarters.
A proposed monument in Juneau to Japanese Americans interned during World War II got a big boost last weekend.
About 20 Juneau student musicians have raised $19,000 through street performances for an upcoming trip to China.
Alaska Electric Light and Power has filed an application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to investigate the feasibility of a Sheep Creek hydroelectric project.
The Alaska House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday that would make it a felony for federal agents to enforce new gun control measures within the state.
A Juneau jury on Monday found 19-year-old Ashley Johnston guilty of criminal mischief and criminal trespass, but not guilty of arson in connection with vandalizing Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park last summer. The seven men and five women on the panel deliberated for an hour on Friday afternoon and most of the day on Monday, or eight…
Vic Fischer appeared before the House education committee on Friday to oppose a resolution that could allow for public funding of religious schools through vouchers.
A Massachusetts-based alternative energy start-up wants to tap Gulf of Alaska waves to generate electricity for Yakutat. The community-backed project just won a key federal permit. But it still faces substantial barriers.
Approximately 50 people participated in Saturday’s rally to resist federal gun control legislation and government overreach. A group of people marched from the downtown parking lot to the capitol steps holding signs. A number of the participants carried a variety of weapons including AR-15 rifles, shotguns and hand guns. “We are just ordinary American citizens.…
Sealaska officials say board Chairman Albert Kookesh is making slow but steady progress as he recovers from a Monday, Feb. 18, heart attack.
Ashley Johnston initially claimed that she couldn’t remember June 19th incident at Adair-Kennedy Park.
The Alaska House of Representatives has come out against genetically engineered salmon, or as critics call it, “Frankenfish.”