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First day of session brings familiar tensions to Legislature
Many bills, not much time.
Permanent Fund Corp. board members defend CEO firing
A tense start to session.
Juneau lawmakers’ prefiled bills seek state services stability
Session starts Tuesday.
Riverbend Elementary to remain closed due to water damage
Alternative plans being made.
Princess Cruises pleads guilty to probation violation
U.S. Dept. of Justice says company violated probation terms.
Campaigners submit over 56,000 signatures for tribal recognition initiative
State has 60 days to reply.
City reports 2 buildings collapse as continuing rain stresses infrastructure
Rain to continue through weekend.
Congressional delegation condemns NPR-A development reversal
Another policy reversal.
Local leaders expect old issues to shape new session
Familiar issues to dominate session.
Dunleavy announces package of public safety measures
Programs, laws and reforms.
Lawmakers want answers on CEO firing at permanent fund corp
Record earnings reported.
Group warns of costs, time and changes from constitutional convention
You say you’ll change the constitution.
Cities hope to see full state budget, bolstered by federal funds
School bond debt.
‘Relationships are key’: AFN Convention brings leaders to the table
All levels of leadership.
Health officials: Youth mental health issues, suicides worsened by pandemic
Anxiety and depression.
Home seeks slippers and socks for seniors
Slippers for seniors.
Juneau records 2nd snowiest early winter in 20 years
More snow expected in the near future, too
Juneauites fill Governor’s Mansion as annual open house returns
Kids more interested in cookies than governor.
More rain, snow and overnight ice expected
Infrastructure bill will boost ferries, but winter service still sparse
New funds, old problems.