Alaska Electric Light and Power’s parent company has announced $100,000 in donations to six Juneau organizations.
The backers of an ambitious project to build a fiber optic cable between England and Japan beneath Arctic waters say undertaking has seen delays that will push the arrival of service back until at least 2016.
Economist Gregg Erickson says the number will likely drop by 78 from this year’s enrollment of 4,734.
The rules about what you can and can’t put in recycling can be confusing, but they have a reason.
Juneau is one of the 20 most travel-worthy state capitals, according to an ongoing online voting contest by USA Today.
A controversial mine near Southeast Alaska’s border won approval from Canada’s federal government on Friday. That worries critics, who say the development could pollute salmon-bearing rivers.
A package of sales tax recommendations that could take a big bite out of the city's anticipated budget deficit is headed for public hearing.
Tribal leaders and stakeholders gathered in Fairbanks to discuss cultural, environmental and social impacts of a proposed 220-mile industrial road. The meeting is happening at time when the state is facing difficult budget decisions that could hamper the project.
In March, a divided three-judge panel sided with the state of Alaska and found the U.S. Department of Agriculture had legitimate grounds in 2003 to temporarily exempt the Tongass from the Roadless Rule.