Last night (Tuesday) the Juneau Planning Commission approved changes to a 2004 permit issued to Coeur, which set conditions for the mine within the city and borough. The modifications allow the company to build more permanent housing at Kensington, which officials say will make it easier for workers to live nearby. Casey Kelly has more.
- Lawmakers found they had less space and not enough desks or phones to go around Monday. That's because they're sharing space in Juneau's Bill Ray Center while the Capitol is being renovated.
- The man was described as 5-feet 10-inches and was wearing faded blue jeans, a gray and blue hooded sweatshirt, a green camouflage baseball hat and tan shoes.
- Could you live in 200 square feet if it meant being debt-free?
- While 15 percent of the state’s population is Alaska Native, fewer than 5 percent of its teachers are.