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Fire Marshal discourages starting campfires and open burns until Juneau gets more rain.
Yaaḵoosgé Daakahídi’s is at 1 p.m. at Centennial Hall, Thunder Mountain’s is next at 4 p.m. in the gym and Juneau-Douglas’ graduation is at 7 p.m. in the the main gym.
The legislature has formally relocated to Anchorage and they’ve set aside Medicaid expansion.
Urban life has long drawn young people out of rural Alaska. Now art is imitating Alaska life in a first-time Juneau playwright’s new play.
Ed Buyarski has a few tips for applying the right kind of fertilizer evenly throughout your lawn.
The White House, like environmental groups and some small-boat fishermen, disapproves of the flexibility written into Young’s bill.
The Alaska state ferry Tustumena spent at least five extra days off the water and missed its first scheduled sailing earlier this month, and it is headed for Unalaska this weekend.
At the Native American Fish and Wildlife Society Conference in Juneau this week, a panel of five discussed climate change and traditional knowledge.
During his tenure in Juneau, he directed or guided productions of “The Who’s Tommy”, “Hair”, “Hamlet”, “Twelfth Night”, and “columbinus” among others.
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A popular webcam showing large male Pacific walruses lying on the beach is once again streaming on the Internet.
Water levels vary along the 80-mile closure, but state transportation officials say about 2-feet of water is over the road at some parts.
A 27-year-old Kodiak man has pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide after running over a homeless man in 2008 and leaving him to die.
The first part of 2014 saw unemployment at 6.9 percent, cresting at 7 percent, before edging lower and ending the year at 6.4 percent.
The decision comes after a move in January to change the source of drinking water on base due to contamination from perfluorinated compounds, often known as PFCs.
FBI officials have detonated a batch of old dynamite discovered at a mining camp north of the Eureka Roadhouse along the Glenn Highway.
The letter was signed by Reps. Bryce Edgmon, Louise Stutes, Neal Foster, Gabrielle LeDoux, Jim Colver and Paul Seaton.
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An NPR analysis of equipment given to police agencies by the Pentagon since 2006 — 84,258 assault rifles, 951 armored vehicles, for example — found a vast majority of it would fall outside the ban.
Answering the call of nature in the open is all too common when families don’t have other options. But now the country has its first zone that’s free of open defecation.
A new poll shows that people want politicians to compromise…but only those of the other party.
In many places, police, judges and elected officials increasingly are pointing out that a high proportion of people in jail are mentally ill, and that in many cases they shouldn’t be there.