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Assembly members rank housing projects high, while school board opts for new tactic of broader goals
A House-Senate committee of the Alaska Legislature has approved spending $6.6 million to renovate a downtown Juneau office building into 33 apartments for legislators and… Continue reading
The judge’s order is on hold pending a possible appeal.
Residents chat and snack with Juneau’s delegation during open house at Capitol.
“No, I generally don’t condemn groups.”
Trial is slated to begin Monday.
He said he would aim to issue a ruling by Friday.
Three pending races among unknowns that may again drag fight out for months.
Senate District E race and the House District 15 race.
Juneau’s state senator tells Chamber of Commerce bipartisan majority a key to meaningful action
Eight Republicans join nine Democrats after many years of Republican rule
Ben Stevens, a former Alaska Senate president and a son of the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens, has died. He was 63. The Alaska State… Continue reading
Trustees acted legally, despite not following official policy, and governor didn’t influence decision
Car crash occurred Tuesday evening, according to troopers.
He was arrested over the weekend.
Eliminating individual donation limits results in top tickets raising nearly $3M since February.
Bill Allen, a central figure in a corruption scandal that rocked Alaska politics, has died. He was 85. Allen’s death was reported by Alaska media,… Continue reading
He fought hard to keep the capital here in Juneau.
The trial is expected to last 10 days, and the precise start date has not yet been set.
Llegislation that would have required the state to sell its Russia holdings did not pass.