At a time when monuments of colonizers and enslavers are being debated and removed across the country, a mural is going up this July 4th in the birth place and on the birthday of a Native civil rights leader. The new mural in the Southeast Alaska community of Petersburg celebrates Elizabeth Peratrovich, her legacy as…
As national dialogues on race continue to evolve, the Juneau school district is grappling with how to best address race and equity in the classroom.
It’s the biggest one-day increase in COVID-19 infections in Alaska since the pandemic began, breaking the prior record set earlier this week.
Keeping plants off the ground helps with pollination, air circulation, and prevents slugs from chewing up the leaves.
Virginia and Kevin Stephens have named Officer James Esbenshade, Chief of Police Ed Mercer and the City of Borough of Juneau in a civil lawsuit for the wrongful death of their son.
Usually in the summer, there’s a drop in demand for services for people experiencing homelessness. But local housing providers say that hasn’t happened this year.
The initiative’s campaign manager said Alaska’s current election system limits voters’ choices.
In this newscast: State public health experts gathered Wednesday to discuss the latest science and the medical response to COVID-19; Neiman Marcus is one of the clothing retailers that’s seen a decline in sales because of the coronavirus; Federal wildlife officials are asking the public to be on the lookout for an entangled humpback whale reported near Sitka; June was the second-wettest June ever recorded with 7.3 inches of rain; AEL&P customers are expected to experience lower electric bills as a result of surplus energy and a rainy June.
State public health experts gathered Wednesday to discuss the latest science and the medical response to COVID-19.
It was the second-wettest June ever with 7.3 inches of rain. There were also 25 days in June in which measurable amounts of rain fell at the Juneau airport.