A bill setting up a missing persons alert system for seniors with Alzheimer’s, veterans with post traumatic stress disorder, and other vulnerable adults passed the Alaska State Senate on Wednesday, after already getting approval in the House.
Right now, the state of Alaska is obligated to provide Medicaid funding for all “medically necessary” abortions. Yesterday the Senate passed a bill that would narrow that definition.
The team selected to rate candidates for a new Juneau Police Chief reads like a “who’s who” in criminal justice and public safety in the capital city.
Juneau School District Superintendent Glen Gelbrich wants an independent investigation into the alleged assault of a student by a football coach.
Following Saturday’s Final Four match-ups in Atlanta, the stage is set for Monday’s NCAA men’s basketball championship where overall No. 1-seeded Louisville will face off against Michigan to take home the coveted NCAA title.
Three finalists for Juneau Police Chief will come to the capital city next week to compete in person for the job.
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A settlement proposal that could have stopped litigation against the Juneau Planning Commission was never acknowledged by the city.
A federal judge in Brooklyn, N.Y., has ruled that the morning-after pill for emergency contraception must be made available over the counter to girls 16 and under.
Film critic Roger Ebert died Thursday after struggling for years with cancer. He was 70 years old.
Only two weekends of skiing and snowboarding left at Eaglecrest. The city-owned ski area will end the season on April 14.