Home » 2014 (Page 2)

Federal agency expresses concern with dam studies

Federal agency expresses concern with dam studiesA federal fisheries agency has raised concerns about the accuracy of some studies being conducted for a massive proposed dam in south-central Alaska.

Juneau Afternoon – 10-1-14

Wednesday at 3 on A Juneau Afternoon, Joan Pardes hosts.

We’ll get a preview of this week’s Wildlife Wednesday presentation about Killer Whale dialects, with … more

Juneau Assembly passes cell tower ordinance

Juneau Assembly passes cell tower ordinanceIt focuses largely on making cell towers visually unobtrusive by concealing its features and having them blend into their surroundings.

Gajaa Hit totem raising draws close to 500 spectators

Gajaa Hit totem raising draws close to 500 spectatorsClose to 500 community members gathered Monday to celebrate the raising of new Eagle and Raven totem poles at Gajaa Hit.

California Enacts ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law, Defining Sexual Consent

California Enacts ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law, Defining Sexual ConsentGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill into law that makes California the first in the nation to have a clear definition of when people agree to sex.

Afghanistan’s New President: ‘Hold Me Accountable’

Afghanistan’s New President: ‘Hold Me Accountable’"Hold me accountable" is the message from Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani, who took the oath of office today, succeeding Hamid Karzai, a leader many accused of lacking accountability.

After long delay, governor denies record request into National Guard response

After long delay, governor denies record request into National Guard responseAPRN filed a records request to learn how the Office of the Governor handled complaints about the Guard. Four months later, that request has been denied.

Plaintiff says won’t appeal ballot lawsuit ruling

The plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the merged campaigns of two Alaska gubernatorial candidates says he won't appeal a judge's ruling that an emergency order allowing the ticket was valid.

What’s At Stake For Hong Kong?

What’s At Stake For Hong Kong?Masses of pro-democracy protesters continue to pack the streets in Hong Kong, defying police who have responded with tear gas.

Another Begich Ad alleges Alaska’s U.S. Senators cooperate

Another Begich Ad alleges Alaska’s U.S. Senators cooperateSen. Lisa Murkowski keeps trying to shake him off, but Sen. Mark Begich continues to insist they have a good working relationship.