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City plows ahead with more snow expected tonight
Buses are running and roads are plowed.
Empire Live: Committee of the Whole moves ahead with senior housing ordinance
Live updates from the meeting
Dead yellow cedar could be a viable timber product, study says
Dead trees can still be sold.
Alaska’s delegation absent from brief urging reconsideration of Roe v. Wade
207 lawmakers signed on. Alaska’s Republican lawmakers did not.
City debates how to pay for Eaglecrest ‘Adventure Park’
How to pay for it is still up in the air.
Recall Dunleavy campaign gears up for court
First oral arguments to be heard this month.
Empire Live: Eaglecrest Summer Task Force meeting at City Hall
Live updates from the meeting.
Can a public corporation save the Marine Highway System?
‘There’s a lot of unknowns.’
Minimum wage, utility rates, REAL ID: Here are some new changes taking place in the new year
A change is gonna come.
2019 will be Alaska’s warmest year on record, and it looks like that’s going to continue
“Temperatures have nowhere to go but up.”
Pebble Mine opponents troubled by Dunleavy’s letter
Opponents of the Pebble Mine were troubled by the governor’s actions.
Final impact statement for Pebble Mine delayed for three months
Army Corps of Engineers says it will take the time to review public comments.
Photos: Christmas time in Juneau
A few snapshots from around town this holiday season.… Continue reading
Christmas Eve delivery: Rock concert proceeds bring Christmas cheer to local organizations
Rock the charity.
More snow, more runs open at Eaglecrest
Closed Christmas day.
Researcher: Forest future depends on preservation
Others aren’t so sure.
Holiday cheer with a side of politics
Not as many cookies as Governor’s party.
Dunleavy responds to Pebble Mine report
Report contains strong allegations.
Dunleavy fields questions about DC trip, not Pebble Mine report