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State workers rally for fair contracts as Republican legislators call for no wage or benefit increases

State workers rally for fair contracts as Republican legislators call for no wage or benefit increases

About a hundred state workers held a rally outside the State Office Building in Juneau Thursday to show solidarity with union leaders negotiating new contracts.

Update: Lawmakers, MTAB critique shuttle-ferry design

Update: Lawmakers, MTAB critique shuttle-ferry design

Some lawmakers are questioning plans for a pair of shuttle ferries that will provide service in northern Southeast Alaska.

Juneau Afternoon 3/1/13

Juneau Afternoon 3/1/13

Friday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Cheryl Snyder hosts.

We’ll talk with Kathy Kolkhurst-Ruddy about her selection as one of AWARE’s Women of Distinction;… more

Mark Rainery Shreds Montana

Mark Rainery Shreds Montana

Check out some clips of Juneau’s Mark Rainery – friend of KXLL – completely ripping Montana to shreds. Vote for this video and get Mark … more

Mastermind Of Great Train Robbery Dies

Mastermind Of Great Train Robbery Dies

Leonard “Nipper” Read, the Scotland Yard detective who tracked down some of the robbers called Reynold’s death “the end of an era.”

U.S. To Give Syrian Opposition $60 Million More In Non-Lethal Aid, Kerry Says

U.S. To Give Syrian Opposition $60 Million More In Non-Lethal Aid, Kerry Says

The Obama administration will ask Congress for an additional $60 million in aid to help the Syrian opposition council provide basic goods and services in areas under rebel control, Secretary of State John Kerry announced Thursday in Rome.

Bradley Manning Says He Leaked Classified Info To ‘Spark A Domestic Debate’

Bradley Manning Says He Leaked Classified Info To ‘Spark A Domestic Debate’

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning revealed today that he leaked classified information to WikiLeaks because he wanted to “spark a domestic debate on the role of our military and foreign policy in general.”

States Take Sides As Court Revisits Voting Rights Act

States Take Sides As Court Revisits Voting Rights Act

Alaska, South Carolina and Texas are urging the Supreme Court to strike down the preclearance provision.

Look at what these Juneau fifth graders can do

Look at what these Juneau fifth graders can do

Sixty historical world figures recently visited Auke Bay Elementary School to tell their stories.

Update: Alaska villagers see Salazar over refuge road

Update: Alaska villagers see Salazar over refuge road

Residents of a small Alaska community are scheduled to meet with Interior Secretary Ken Salazar today in their quest for a road through a national wildlife refuge.

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