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‘We’re going to fight them all the way’: Alaska union plans to fight legal ruling over dues
The attorney general is calling for stricter rules for union dues.
Twenty-four pounder wins 2019 Salmon Derby
His first king in 40 years was a winner.
Rare lightning storm knocks out power in Juneau
Strike caused overwhelming electrical surge.
Medicaid cuts will have broad impacts for Juneau
Reductions could go beyond just health care
Governor reluctant to consider oil taxes
Will taxes cause companies to leave?
Juneau delegation talks Medicaid, ferry cuts
Public safety, too.
One-two punch: Planned Parenthood in Alaska loses state and federal funding
The organization will no longer receive Title X funds.
Governor signs off on $1,600 PFD, calls for third special session
Dunleavy says remainder of PFD will be sole focus for next special session.
Travel Juneau announces board election results
Travel Juneau, the private marketing organization for the Juneau area, has announced the elections to its executive board for the 2020 fiscal year. Richard Burns… Continue reading
Conservationists promote the Tongass as bulwark against climate change
Conservationist Dominick DellaSala asks can the Tongass save Alaska?
Governor to sign bill Monday, but uncertainty remains over whether he’ll veto PFD amount
Alaska’s governor has several options available to him.
Hooked Seafood closes its doors
After nearly 30 years and 3 owners, the local seafood supplier cuts its line.
Murkowski has health care on her mind
Alaska’s senior senator talks about ending ‘surprise’ medical billing.
Juneau’s first electric taxi charges onto the scene
Taxi driver debuts fully electric cab for EverGreen Taxi.
Dunleavy reverses decision to veto early education funds
Dunleavy says he won’t veto Head Start, Pre-K from HB 2001
Dunleavy signs ‘step-down’ compact with University of Alaska
Plan will introduce cuts over three years rather than one
Capitol Live: Dunleavy makes announcement with UA representatives
Governor makes announcement in Anchorage.
Military, oceans, domestic violence: Sen. Sullivan visits Empire, talks issues
Sullivan stops by the Empire to talk bills.
Kensington Mine owners settle with Environmental Protection Agency
Violations were discovered in 2015.
Juneau delegation host Town Hall downtown
Reps. Hannan and Story and Sen. Kiehl talk budget with Juneauites