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Juneau will become the third city in Alaska to offer permanent supportive housing to the high-risk, chronically homeless.
A few bears are hit by motorists each year in Juneau. State wildlife biologist Stephanie Sell says this is the second that she knows of this season.
Eddy says she knew the program was on the right track by the end of the first year
Wright has signed a lease with Chatham Properties, which owns and manages the building Canton House is located in. He’s paid a deposit of about $30,000 and his lease will start on July 1.
The Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct cites six incidents — brought to their attention through anonymous complaints
Imported currant worms, slugs, aphids, and root maggots have been spotted in Juneau gardens this season.
Obama said focusing on the security of Alaska’s thousand miles of Arctic coastline is a priority.
Many of Alaska’s seniors are in danger of losing their only means of paying for disability services. Caregivers say the problem is individuals who met the state’s criteria for years are now being let go from the system.
The federal Energy Department announced Thursday that it will license liquefied natural gas exports from Nikiski, even to countries that don’t have a free trade agreement with the U.S.
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The freeze, instituted pending a budget deal, took effect days before notices could be sent to state employees warning of possible layoffs if a budget deal isn’t reached by July 1.
The plant is using oil during a two-month test phase. It should be operational with coal this summer.
Police are trying to identify a man who appears with the primary suspect in store surveillance footage around the time of the killing.
The pipeline is designed to move 2 million barrels of oil daily. Today production is about 525,000 barrels daily.
The announcement comes in stark contrast to the organization’s Yukon board meeting held last week, where members announced a $50,000 debt.
The boats will patrol waters off the coast of Dutch Harbor as oil giant Royal Dutch Shell moves forward with plans to explore for oil in the Arctic Ocean.
Attorneys for the Pebble Limited Partnership allege the EPA violated a federal law by establishing and working with groups of mine critics that essentially acted as advisory committees but failed to comply with open meeting.
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Drug overdoses now kill more Americans than traffic accidents and New Hampshire, the first in the nation primary state, is suffering from a heroin epidemic. The candidates are hearing about it.
Chinese writers and publishers are being celebrated this week at BookExpo America — the industry’s largest trade event in North America. Free speech advocates are supporting silenced Chinese writers.
The chief disease agency in the U.S. is looking into why the spores shipped to laboratories in nine states and a military base in South Korea hadn’t been properly neutralized. So far no one is sick.
About a quarter of U.S. adults have at least one tattoo. Yet doctors say we still don’t understand the full extent of the skin’s reaction to tattoos. For some people, problems linger for months.