The Juneau Assembly approved a budget that cuts 12 full-time employees, reduces services and doesn’t fund the school district at the highest level.
The program purchases insurance for a select number of income eligible, qualified Alaska Natives, and pays all the monthly bills.
The currently closed Miners Postal will reopen this summer as a post office and community gathering space.
"It helps to prevent fraud and protect people’s identities," says DMV director Amy Erickson.
The founder of Girls on the Run, an after-school running program that empowers girls to be healthy, happy and confident, visited Juneau.
North America’s largest shorebird, rarely seen in this part of the country, may become No. 502 on the Checklist of Alaska Birds.
The ceremony will recount the lives of three enforcement officers who were killed on duty in 2013.
The Juneau Community Charter School is getting a 56 percent increase to its budget through an upcoming change in state law.
Sandra Gelber, 61, died Sunday. Her body is being sent to the State Medical Examiner Office in Anchorage for an autopsy.
Six hundred and eighty-five students received awards including bachelor’s and graduate degrees, occupational endorsements, and certificates.