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Juneau’s electric vehicle growth among fastest in the country, organizers say.
Issues from Russian seafood imports to ferry funding cited by senators during Southeast Conference.
Heightened presence of officers at Juneau airport planned Friday.
More than 1,100 ballots counted so far during this municipal election.
The three-day Indigenous music festival attracts full crowds during its first night.
Distribution of payments will begin Oct. 5.
Murkowski appears skeptical about the switch, saying she’s prepared to advance nominees to Biden
TMHS is undefeated, JDHS winless as teams begin three-day Sitka competition.
Glacier Highway, structures near Jordan Creek may inundated, according to National Weather Service.
The long-serving Juneau Assembly member nears the end of her final term.
Effort by wide range of groups part of global project that has collected 350 million lbs. of waste.
Youth jam Wednesday offers preview as only Indigenous music festival in U.S. makes in-person debut.
Three decades of capital city coverage.
Author Steven Craig giving a talk on David Jarvis and the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Jarvis
Members talk importance of getting involved during meetings, commitment to long hours.
11 of 14 contenders for four seats get extra time to respond to some tough questioning.
Italian establishment in downtown Juneau is first Alaska eatery to make newspaper’s annual list.
Largest field in Southeast history sees Crimson Bears on top
U.S. Supreme Court rulings may give opponents new ammunition.
Alaska State Troopers and FBI are investigating the source of the threat.