The federal government says about 16,000 Alaskans have signed up for health insurance on healthcare.gov.
The state's looming budget crisis because of the decline in oil prices could mean layoffs at the state's flagship university.
The Juneau Assembly has officially committed $1.5 million to a Housing First project aimed at helping the chronically homeless.
A public meeting rekindled sore feelings about the Juneau School District’s travel ban on middle school athletics.
Party-goers could be seen in fashion items ranging from mink coats to consignment shop dresses, from Tlingit regalia octopus bags to purple Converse sneakers.
Researchers are developing new strategies to counter shootings at schools and other public places, and they’re not what you might expect.
Patricia Roppel, who wrote 13 books and more than 100 articles, many about the history of Southeast Alaska, has died.
Festivities start at 8 p.m. with a no-host bar and live music at Centennial Hall and the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.
With recent grant funding, SEAGLA hopes to increase visibility and awareness in the capital city and beyond.
Tonight, the 2015 poems and their authors will be presented at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center.