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Capital Transit could expand to Riverside Drive but not Costco

Capital Transit could expand to Riverside Drive but not Costco

“Service into Riverside brings service to a lot of people who aren’t served now,” says Geoff Slater with Nelson/Nygaard

Project Labor Agreement review process passes muster with Assembly committee

Project Labor Agreement review process passes muster with Assembly committee

The Assembly Public Works and Facilities Committee on Monday voted unanimously to send a resolution establishing the procedure to the full Assembly with a “do pass” recommendation.

Deal in the works to avert Juneau’s “fecal cliff”

Deal in the works to avert Juneau’s “fecal cliff”

The proposal calls for landfill operator Waste Management to continue shipping the city’s processed sewage sludge to the Lower 48 for the next five years.

Juneau Afternoon 1/14/14

Juneau Afternoon 1/14/14

Tuesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Scott Burton hosts.

He’ll talk with Kelli Manning and Chris Taylor about the upcoming fund-raising dinner for the … more

$1.35 Billion In Losses Reported By Nevada’s Major Casinos

$1.35 Billion In Losses Reported By Nevada’s Major Casinos

Nevada’s big casinos are on a losing streak. For the fifth straight year, the state’s largest casinos are reporting net losses – in this case, a total of $1.35 billion in the most recent fiscal year.

Shred Tunes

Shred Tunes

This series will focus on locals and the tunes they listen to while shredding at Eaglecrest.

Iran, World Powers Will Begin Implementing Interim Nuclear Agreement

Iran, World Powers Will Begin Implementing Interim Nuclear Agreement

Iran and six world powers will begin implementing an interim agreement designed to pause parts of Iran’s nuclear program.

Permit To Hunt And Kill One Black Rhino Sold For $350,000

Permit To Hunt And Kill One Black Rhino Sold For $350,000

The Dallas Safari Club’s controversial auction of a permit to hunt one black rhino in Namibia raised $350,000 over the weekend, the club confirms on its Facebook page.

Gates Says He Wept Each Evening Over Troops’ Deaths

Gates Says He Wept Each Evening Over Troops’ Deaths

The news from former Defense Secretary Robert Gates’ interviews with NPR and other news outlets — notably, how he uses a new book to criticize many in the White House — has now been widely reported.

Chemical In West Va. Water More Diluted, But Still Unsafe

Chemical In West Va. Water More Diluted, But Still Unsafe

The amount of a dangerous chemical in West Virginian’s tap water is more diluted, but it is still unsafe for drinking, washing or bathing.

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