In this newscast: Eaglecrest Ski Area will likely not serve alcohol until next winter, the Juneau School District will create a new district-wide football team and the U.S. government will not seek the death penalty in the case of a Utah man accused of killing his wife aboard a cruise ship in July.
In this newscast: Winter Storm Warning in effect until 9 p.m. State regulators make permanent last year’s electric rate hike Southeast Conference recommends higher ferry fares DC lawmakers (still) debating oil drilling in ANWR
In this newscast: The U.S. Senate Energy Committee approves legislation to open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil drilling, Alaska officials want the U.S. State Department to raise concerns about the impacts of mining in British Colombia waters, the National Weather Service issues a winter storm warning for Juneau and northern Admiralty Island, and icebreaker Healy is open for tours.
Stories include: Warming center opening is delayed, and JDHS and TMHS parents and students show up at School Board meeting to voice opinions about consolidation of football teams, and ABC Board considering cocktail mixing and entertainment at distilleries.
In this newscast: The House continues special session even though the Senate has adjourned, Alaska state flags will be at half-staff in honor of former Alaska state Representative, Joshua Wright, the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Board is meeting to clarify if breweries and distilleries are allowed to host extracurricular activities, and the National Weather Service issues a high wind warning for downtown Juneau and Douglas.
In this newscast: The University of Alaska Board of Regents meets in Anchorage to discuss university budget, Governor Walker signs agreement in China to move natural gas from the North Slope to Asia, and the National Weather Service issues a winter storm watch for Friday.
Stories include: State of Alaska tries to overturn the Roadless Rule again, and Juneau business owner advocates for Tongass Land Management Plan, and Deputy Mayor Jerry Nankervis files to run for state House next year, and New satellite promises better...
In this newscast: Gov. Bill Walker ordered state and U.S. flags lowered to half-staff in honor of parishioners killed in Texas on Sunday, the Alaska School Activities Association approved Juneau School District's request to combine its high school football teams and the Juneau Assembly will consider an ordinance that would establish a warming center downtown at tonight's meeting.
In this newscast: Dog walkers urged to leash pets following Lemon Creek wolf attack Regional subsistence council urges higher Prince of Wales Island wolf quota Alaska’s marijuana revenue continues to grow
In this newscast: Armstrong Energy sells portion of Nanushuk oil play to company, Oil Search, State of Alaska defends itself against U.S. Department of Labor lawsuit, and American fisheries grow in value from last year.
Stories include: U.S. fisherman’s catch up in value, volume declines slightly, and The yacht Alaskan Dream ground in Sitka may be salvaged this week, and Fairbanks police investigate death of person found on the street, and Soldiers return to Fort...
In this newscast: Gov. Walker creates a climate change team, the state sues the company that makes OxyContin, Sealaska announces its shareholder dividends, and the Juneau Police Department's David Campbell gets bumped up to deputy chief.
In this newscast: Flooding hits Jordan Creek area, wider flood advisory in effect Wreckage found on Admiralty Island linked to floatplane that vanished in 2008 Man charged over Ketchikan logging camp killing “Dreaming Glacier Bay” opens at Perseverance Theatre in...
In this newscast: Sealaska Heritage Institute is expanding the Baby Raven Reads programs to communities around Southeast, and the Bureau of Land Management is opening more land in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska for oil exploration.
Stories include: Latest efforts by the Legislature to repeal criminal justice reform legislation, and Lawmakers studying oil and gas taxes, and National Congress of American Indians pushing for reinstatement of the Northern Bering Sea Climate Resilience Area, and GAO review...
In this newscast: Juneau officials push ahead with plans to open a winter warming shelter for the homeless, the owners of the Bergmann Hotel share plans to sell the derelict building and other properties, tribal groups form an alliance to fight mines they say threaten traditional fisheries, and four-time Iditarod champion Dallas Seavey fires back at race officials for sled dog doping allegations.
In this newscast: The FBI arrested the former manager of the Bergmann Hotel Friday, the 51st Alaska Federation of Natives convention wrapped up Saturday in Anchorage, the special session of the Alaska Legislature begins today in Juneau and and a partially submerged boat was left floating in the Gastineau Channel over the weekend.
In this newscast: Thunder Mountain football program may be absorbed by Juneau-Douglas High School Downtown Juneau hit by brief blackout Ketchikan preps for bigger cruise ships Alaska music group Indian Agent releases “Meditations in the Key of Red”