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Author Tele Aadsen signing book of essays at Hearthside downtown
Three decades of capital city coverage.
A rockfall along Glacier Highway was reported Thursday morning.
Eugene “Buzzy” Peltola Jr. was piloting plane that crashed shortly after takeoff in western Alaska.
Transferred inmates expected to return upon project completion slated November 2024, officials say.
Watch the forum for Board of Education candidates and pro/con arguments of the City Hall ballot initiative
School board candidates discuss funding, curriculum; City Hall portion shows vastly different views.
Backers of an effort to repeal ranked voting in Alaska violated state campaign finance rules, including by channeling money through a church-affiliated organization in a… Continue reading
Cruise ship limits, homelessness, child care shortages and renewable energy among issues discussed.
Campaign cash: Assembly candidates Martinson McDonnell, Kelly and Adkison dominate municipal election fundraising
Donors include current and past mayors, Assembly members and legislators.
14 candidates discuss cruise tourism, homelessness, child care and proposed new City Hall.
Officials from Alaska’s Division of Public Assistance said its staff worked through the backlog of applications for food aid that stressed Alaska families for more… Continue reading
Austin Brady, 28, was arrested in late August by Alaska State Troopers.
He was honored Monday during an Assembly meeting ahead of his departure at the end of September.
The move follows multiple rounds of public testimony advocating against the maps’ adoption.
Combination of downtown transit center and bus considered as church again rejects hosting shelter.
Companies do not state if Juneau Safeway store will be among those sold.
The person was discovered in critical condition.
More than 100 local first responders and other residents pay tribute 22 years after attacks.
The annual performance returns following the reopening of newly renovated Centennial Hall ballroom.
TMHS prevails in toughest game yet to stay undefeated; JDHS puts up fight seeking first win.