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Municipal league supports pension infusion plan

Municipal league supports pension infusion plan

Alaska’s mayors and other local officials are worried their governments may be asked to pay more for public employees’ retirement

Supporters cheer Alaska Native languages bill

Supporters cheer Alaska Native languages bill

Dozens of people testified in favor of HB 216, which unanimously cleared the House Community and Regional Affairs Committee.

Save our Schools rallying cry heard on Capitol steps

Save our Schools rallying cry heard on Capitol steps

About 200 people, including parents, students, teachers and community members, packed the Alaska Capitol steps for a “Save our Schools” rally Monday afternoon.

PERS, education funding top Alaska Municipal League agenda

PERS, education funding top Alaska Municipal League agenda

Local elected officials from across the state will be in Juneau this week for the Alaska Municipal League’s annual legislative conference.

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Mallott gives keynote speech at Elizabeth Peratrovich Day event

Mallott gives keynote speech at Elizabeth Peratrovich Day event

Democratic candidate for governor, Byron Mallott, headlined a ceremony honoring the Alaska Native civil rights hero on Sunday.

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Preschoolers send valentines to Juneau Assembly

Juneau childcare workers are getting paid more and staying in their jobs longer than they were just a few years ago.

New proposal surfaces to develop Juneau subport property

New proposal surfaces to develop Juneau subport property

Imagine a high-end condominium tower on Juneau’s downtown waterfront, with space for retail and offices on the lower levels.

Why is Alaska losing market share in the global cruise industry?

Why is Alaska losing market share in the global cruise industry?

While the number of passengers to visit the state went up last year, other cruise destinations continue to attract more ships.

Services honor Brandon Mahle, popular Juneau youth sports coach

Mahle was just 31 years old when he passed away unexpectedly on January 30th. He had a wife and two young daughters.

Juneau police seize SUV allegedly involved in hit and run

Officers continue to investigate the crash, reported on Saturday February 1st, in the 3700 block of Amalga Street.