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Walker leads Choose Respect rally as senators cut funding

Walker leads Choose Respect rally as senators cut fundingGov. Bill Walker on Thursday led a Choose Respect rally to end domestic violence and sexual assault in Alaska. Hours later a Senate subcommittee zeroed out the state funding that supports the program.

Local teen video on healthy relationships gets statewide attention

Local teen video on healthy relationships gets statewide attentionDeanna Hobbs and Analicia Castaneda-Felipe are heading to Anchorage this weekend to accept a Spirit of Youth Award.

Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith

Discovery Southeast honors teacher Allie Smith"I think it’s really important for kids to get comfortable with being outside," says Allie Smith.

Juneau School Board approves $86 million budget

Juneau School Board approves $86 million budgetThe district isn’t putting any operating fund money toward high school activities travel or coaches.

City manager talks budget, whale sculpture, West Douglas road

City manager talks budget, whale sculpture, West Douglas roadCity Manager Kim Kiefer talked to KTOO’s Casey Kelly this week about a variety of issues facing the city and borough.

Investigators follow up on Gastineau Apartments fire leads

Investigators follow up on Gastineau Apartments fire leadsJuneau Fire Marshal Dan Jager says Saturday's Gastineau Apartments fire was intentionally started.

Town hall offers veterans a chance to connect with VA officials

Town hall offers veterans a chance to connect with VA officialsThe U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is holding another listening session in Juneau tonight.

Sullivan: Alaska one family, Obama not its friend

Sullivan: Alaska one family, Obama not its friendU.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan returned to Juneau and Monday gave his first speech as a senator to a joint session of the Alaska Legislature.

Eaglecrest shuts down for season

Eaglecrest shuts down for seasonGeneral Manager Matt Lillard says it was fiscally responsible thing to do.

USFS celebrates Big Thorne decision as environmental groups weigh options

USFS celebrates Big Thorne decision as environmental groups weigh optionsA court decision allowing the Big Thorne timber sale will help speed changes in Tongass logging. But opponents say it will damage other Southeast Alaska industries.