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Five miles of trails planned at 175-acre site near 35 Mile Glacier Highway.
Two-year permitting and legal battle raises cost 20% for seven housing units, plus commercial space.
$2M grant for Tlingit Haida Regional Housing Authority seeks to help more than 100 Southeast families
Agency among six nationwide winners for programs “making homes more accessible and affordable.”
Company sticking to development plans, despite federal action barring permitting for the project.
New ultra runner hits new personal best.
Winners of fifth annual awards for youth music programs scheduled to be announced in January.
Lifelong Juneau coach, mentor, educator and friend passes.
Alaska State Troopers received new training in October aimed at keeping Tribal citizens safer
Annual events honor those serving during wars, seeking peace and preserving Alaska Native heritage.
Ex-mayor’s sons faced few consequences despite history of similar allegations.
“I do not trust these corporations one iota,” says one attendee; others see signs of hope.
Study a possible bright spot for species hammered by a warmth-triggered crash.
Anchorage adds to record homeless death total as major winter storm drops more than two feet of snow
Four homeless people have died in Anchorage in the last week, underscoring the city’s ongoing struggle to house a large homeless population at the same… Continue reading
Strong rallies by Falcons keep match close before decisive fourth set.
Warming shelter, off-road vehicle park, Suicide Basin monitoring also on agenda for Monday’s meeting.
Scott Roy Underwood, 26, of Anchorage, has been charged in the hit-and-run.
A federal judge on Thursday upheld the Biden administration’s approval of the massive Willow oil-drilling project on Alaska’s remote North Slope, a decision that environmental… Continue reading
Eighth-ranked Falcons will face either top-ranked Wasilla or second-ranked Dimond.
NOAA, Army Corps of Engineers, others being asked to help with future prevention efforts.
Pushing to expand mariculture in Alaska (Part 1): A day in the life of a Juneau oyster farming family
Salty Lady Seafood is working through the winter this year