AmeriCorps volunteers assist Tlingit and Haida with supply distribution
Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - Trying to avoid a repeat from last winter when store shelves were bare in many small towns and villages in southeast, the Tlingit and Haida Central Council teamed up with the United Way of Southeast Alaska to bring in much-needed supplies.
Ketchikan adds COVID-19 case
Ketchikan, Alaska (KINY) - The Ketchikan Emergency Operations Center confirmed one new resident case on Monday, the first in over a week.
Bear in Denali National Park euthanized over safety concerns
DENALI NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE, Alaska (AP) — Officials at Denali National Park and Preserve in Alaska said a grizzly bear that was believed to have gotten into buildings and food storages over the last year has been euthanized.
Medicaid covering more Alaskans than in past due to pandemic
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The coronavirus pandemic has caused a national increase in the number of people enrolling in the federal Medicaid health payment program and Alaska residents are joining at unprecedented levels.
Sitka sexual assault cases end in guilty pleas
Sitka, Alaska (KINY) - Two defendants charged with sexual assault recently entered guilty pleas in Sitka Superior Court.
City of Craig removes recyclable collection points after misuse
Craig, Alaska (KINY) - The City of Craig is removing recyclable collection dumpsters from the public works property.
Coast Guard maintenance on VHF radio system postponed
The 17th Coast Guard District was scheduled to conduct maintenance on its VHF radio system Thursday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. However, due to technical difficulties, the scheduled maintenance has been postponed.
Rainforest LLC gets on-site consumption allowance
A modification to a Special Use Permit for Rainforest Farms LLC, to include onsite consumption of edible marijuana products, was passed by the City and Borough of Juneau Planning and Zoning Commission on Tuesday.
Presidential candidate visits Juneau
Libertarian Party Presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen played some hockey, talked with local residents, and predicted her party will win a large number of votes in Alaska, during a campaign stop in Juneau Tuesday.
Court rules police need aerial surveillance warrants
The Alaska Court of Appeals has ruled law enforcement officers cannot use cameras and drones for aerial searches of property without a warrant.
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