Rep. Ortiz attempts to ease the burden on vessel owners’ insurance claims
Group presents to Alaska House Resources committee
Searchers release pictures of salvaged Guardian plane wreck.
Murder is the third leading cause of death among Alaska Native women. Here’s what Lisa Murkowski is doing about it
U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, is a part of a group of senators who introduced a bill in Congress on Wednesday that addresses the crisis of missing, trafficked and murdered indigenous women.
“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” has been cut from Perseverance Theatre’s upcoming season because of concerns about controversial content and cost.
The play’s depiction of an indigenous person, its handling of sexual assault and the theater’s financial constraints were all identified as reasons “Silent Sky” is taking the spot of “Cuckoo’s Nest” in the theater’s 41st season.
Perseverance Theatre initially announced “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” would have a mid-January to early February 2...
Around 150 people met beneath the whale statue at Mayor Bill Overstreet Park Friday night to protest immigrant detention facilities.
The vigil was a part of a larger effort, as thousands of “Lights for Liberty” vigils were held around the country.
“It’s incumbent on each of us to witness what is happening, to refuse to tolerate what we know to be wrong, to open our eyes and ears to corruption and inhumanity, to find the time and courage to speak up and speak out,” said Libby Bakalar during th...
Public sculptures go dark as artists hope for veto overrides to restore funding
For Anne Stepetin, a Tlingit Native from Angoon, it never gets easier to talk about the story of her family’s World War II history.
At a potluck at Northern Light United Church on Monday, tears welled in Stepetin’s eyes as she and her husband Martin shared a short part of their story weaving Juneau’s history with that of World War II. Both had grandparents who were interned in camps during the war. Anne’s grandfather Bill Samato was forced to a camp in Idaho for Japanese-Americans. Martin’s g...
‘It’s down and we’re down’: Alaska Marine Highway System cancels mainline service until March 5 after Matanuska breaks down
The Alaska Marine Highway System has canceled scheduled mainline service until March 5 after realizing the issues with the last ferry breakdown will take longer to fix than anticipated, according to AMHS officials.
Alaska Marine Lines, the main freight delivery service in Juneau owned by Lynden Transport, announced Monday it will be expanding service from Seattle and Anchorage to the Arctic Region in 2019.
Skiers and snowboarders who were ready to hit the slopes on opening day this Saturday Dec. 1 will have to wait.
The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly voted unanimously Monday night to push back the deadline for applications for the Planning Commission and Bartlett Regional Hospital Board.
This margarita at Australia's Museum of New and Old Art has an actual eyeball in it.
Usually when someone describes something as eye-popping, they just mean astonishingly or strikingly impressive. But in the case of the black margarita at Faro Tapas, the new restaurant in Australia’s Museum of New and Old Art (MONA), they mean it quite literally.
Just by visiting Telluride, you put your body to the test. Can you withstand an altitude of 8,750 feet without getting altitude sickness?
People who come to this popular mountain town are generally looking for the type of adrenaline-filled holiday that is packed with skiing, mountain biking and hiking, rather than lounging by a pool all day. It’s no wonder that the town’s cult cocktail, rightfully named “The Flatliner,” is made to get you tipsy yet keep you going for hours. Just don’t die (or...