An 18-year-old Seattle-area man has been charged with first degree murder in connection with the January 3rd shooting death of Ashton Reyes, of Juneau.
About 40 percent of Juneau residents say the city and borough should cut services before raising taxes and fees. But 30 percent say they’d be willing to pay higher taxes or user fees.
Four student ambassadors from Muslim countries will be speaking at University of Alaska Southeast tonight about their stay in the U.S.
Gov. Sean Parnell says an education funding bill that recently passed the Senate is the “ultimate giveaway,” because it doesn’t require results.
The Juneau Homeless Coalition has joined the national 100,000 Homes campaign to help connect Juneau’s homeless to permanent homes.
The city will continue to back millions of dollars in bonds for Wildflower Court, a non-profit nursing home adjacent to Bartlett Regional Hospital.
The city will hire an expert to provide technical assistance in its dispute with the Federal Emergency Management Agency on Juneau flood plain maps.
A Steller’s Sea Eagle has been seen in downtown Juneau – far afield from its habitat of eastern Russia. Research wildlife biologist Dave Douglas saw the rare eagle Friday morning.
Alaska Shield 2012′s bad weather, extreme cold scenario was like the real fall and winter of 2011 / 2012.
The wish list for Juneau’s 1 percent temporary sales tax has grown to more than $81 million.