Peter Segall

A proposed design for a Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska-run transitional living facility on the corner of Alaway Avenue and Glacier Highway. The project’s permit has been appealed by community members concerned about the facility’s proximity to nearby schools and bus stops. (Courtesy Art / Tlingit and Haida)

City accepts transitional housing permit appeal

Development can continue during appeal process

A proposed design for a Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska-run transitional living facility on the corner of Alaway Avenue and Glacier Highway. The project’s permit has been appealed by community members concerned about the facility’s proximity to nearby schools and bus stops. (Courtesy Art / Tlingit and Haida)
Gross talks importance of public option after campaign event

Gross talks importance of public option after campaign event

Doctor-turned-candidate talks health care on the campaign trail.

Gross talks importance of public option after campaign event
City drops witness requirement for mail-in ballots

City drops witness requirement for mail-in ballots

Can I get a witness? CBJ says you don’t need one.

City drops witness requirement for mail-in ballots
Eyes turn to Alaska’s senators amid Supreme Court vacancy
Eyes turn to Alaska’s senators amid Supreme Court vacancy
Holocaust awareness in Alaska is low, survey shows

Holocaust awareness in Alaska is low, survey shows

Alaska ranked 41st in US for Holocaust awareness in new survey

Holocaust awareness in Alaska is low, survey shows
Election reform measure goes beyond party lines
Election reform measure goes beyond party lines
Candidates for the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly participate in a virtual candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters, KTOO and the Juneau Empire on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. (Screen capture / Juneau Empire)

Candidates share visions for Juneau in virtual forum

Similar goals, different approaches.

Candidates for the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly participate in a virtual candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters, KTOO and the Juneau Empire on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020. (Screen capture / Juneau Empire)
At 101, Alaskan aviatrix reflects on ‘best and happiest’ days of her career
At 101, Alaskan aviatrix reflects on ‘best and happiest’ days of her career
City votes to create spending plan with federal deadline looming
City votes to create spending plan with federal deadline looming
Pitney wants to bring certainty back to UA
Pitney wants to bring certainty back to UA
City awaits results from hundreds of COVID-19 tests

City awaits results from hundreds of COVID-19 tests

‘An all-hands-on-deck situation.’

City awaits results from hundreds of COVID-19 tests
4 first-time candidates run for 1 Assembly seat
4 first-time candidates run for 1 Assembly seat
A screener talks to a driver at a temporary testing site outside Centennial Hall. The City and Borough of Juneau set up additional testing centers in the parking lot of Centennial Hall in downtown Juneau on Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020. Additional sites were needed to meet high demand for testing following a advisory earlier in the week. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire)

Drive-thru testing now available downtown

No symptoms or appointment needed but expect a wait.

A screener talks to a driver at a temporary testing site outside Centennial Hall. The City and Borough of Juneau set up additional testing centers in the parking lot of Centennial Hall in downtown Juneau on Thursday, Sept. 10, 2020. Additional sites were needed to meet high demand for testing following a advisory earlier in the week. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire)
Outbreak leads some bars, breweries to close
Outbreak leads some bars, breweries to close
Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen was in Juneau Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, meeting with residents and business owners, and to play a quick game of hockey with local players at the Treadwell Arena. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire)
Libertarian presidential candidate Jo Jorgensen was in Juneau Tuesday, Sept. 8, 2020, meeting with residents and business owners, and to play a quick game of hockey with local players at the Treadwell Arena. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire)
Voters face $15M question in upcoming election
Voters face $15M question in upcoming election
State reports a low number of new COVID-19 cases
State reports a low number of new COVID-19 cases
Juneau City Hall, seen here in this file photo, will be open for voting services starting Sept. 21. The Mendenhall Valley Public Library will also double as a vote center and will offer a variety of voting related services until the Oct. 6 municipal election. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire File)

What to expect during mail-in municipal election

What to expect when you’re electing.

Juneau City Hall, seen here in this file photo, will be open for voting services starting Sept. 21. The Mendenhall Valley Public Library will also double as a vote center and will offer a variety of voting related services until the Oct. 6 municipal election. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire File)
Vaccine distribution plan? Health officials say Alaska already has one
Vaccine distribution plan? Health officials say Alaska already has one
Additional funding for a child care program was removed from a funding request from the Juneau School District by the City and Borough of Juneau Finance Committee Wednesday night. Committee members said they felt the child care issue was best merged with the Assembly’s pre-existing work on the matter. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire file)

RALLY funding gets a rain check

Already a lot of work on child care.

Additional funding for a child care program was removed from a funding request from the Juneau School District by the City and Borough of Juneau Finance Committee Wednesday night. Committee members said they felt the child care issue was best merged with the Assembly’s pre-existing work on the matter. (Peter Segall / Juneau Empire file)