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Officials now say up to nine vessels needed for polar areas, but first may not be ready until 2028
After a year of controversies, 14 people seek four Assembly seats, four seek two school board seats.
After dominating statewide tournament, team goes 0-2 at Northwest Region in California
Spokesperson calls bill, which passed the Legislature 57-2, “unnecessary bureaucracy.”
Public comments now being accepted on draft report detailing proposed statewide improvements
Rain goes away as models on the runway showcase designs during third annual Alaska Fashion Week
First two candidates for two school board seats declare Friday as Monday’s filing deadline nears
No injures reported, but traffic redirected to alternative road Thursday afternoon, police say
Outbreak in Southeast Alaska since 2020 mostly tapering off elsewhere, officials say.
Officials hope online test helps hunters to identify and avoid shooting females.
Third annual Alaska Fashion Week starts Thursday.
Modern production of Shakespeare play free at various Juneau venues starting Wednesday
Newest AMHS ferry “unequivocally” safe, despite inspection deficiencies, DOT official says.
Majors team going to regions in California after 15-5 rout against Anchorage club to win series 3-0
Newest ferry offering day service between Juneau, Skagway and Haines also suffering “growing pains.”
Ending school 30 minutes early intended to help teachers meet requirements of Alaska Reads Act.
GCI says landlines issues repaired as of Tuesday, city investigating mobile service disruptions
Statewide association of school boards discussing lawsuit, other options this week
Agencies suffer hard year as food stamps, children’s services, other programs come under scrutiny.