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Juneau schools to replace controversial texts with local history

Juneau schools to replace controversial texts with local historySuperintendent Mark Miller urges community to come together "to document and tell your truth."

Capital Transit meeting at UAS draws criticism, concern for disabled

Capital Transit meeting at UAS draws criticism, concern for disabledOf the 80 people who showed up at the public meeting, only one person spoke favorably about proposed changes to the bus plan.

Southeast Native community welcomes Walker and Mallott

Southeast Native community welcomes Walker and Mallott"It feels like we finally have Alaskans fighting for Alaskans. Gunalchéesh," said Richard Peterson, president of Tlingit and Haida Central Council.

University of Alaska delays survey on sexual assault on campus

University of Alaska delays survey on sexual assault on campusUA didn’t want the potentially emotional survey to bump against the holidays and final exams.

Juneau School District holds public forum on budget tonight

Juneau School District holds public forum on budget tonightThe Juneau School District expects next year’s deficit to be $2.5 million.

Slideshow: Juneau welcomes Walker and Mallott at community reception

Slideshow: Juneau welcomes Walker and Mallott at community receptionJohn Patrick Buller leads in the Mount St. Elias Dancers of Yakutat at the Juneau Community Welcome reception.

Juneau Police investigate knife incident leading to local man’s death

Christopher Kenny, 50, was pronounced dead at Bartlett Regional Hospital on Saturday.

Juneau Four A’s to hold World AIDS Day vigil tonight

Juneau Four A’s to hold World AIDS Day vigil tonightIt's an opportunity for people to honor those who’ve died to the AIDS epidemic since it began in the early 1980s.

Public meetings on Juneau’s proposed Capital Transit plan start Monday

Public meetings on Juneau’s proposed Capital Transit plan start Monday"It’s really about, do we implement these plans or do we keep the system that we’ve got?" says Kirk Duncan.

Superintendent responds to book controversy

Superintendent responds to book controversyMark Miller said curriculum materials don’t meet the needs of students in Alaska.