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Accessory apartment proposal fails at Juneau Assembly

Accessory apartment proposal fails at Juneau AssemblyA proposal from the Juneau Affordable Housing Commission intended to spur development of low-cost rental units failed at the Assembly this week.

Premera cyberattack exposes thousands of Alaskans’ data

Premera cyberattack exposes thousands of Alaskans’ dataAbout 650,000 current and former Alaskans are among the 11 million people potentially affected by a cyberattack of Premera.

Juneau Capitals win three games in Bantam tournament

Juneau Capitals win three games in Bantam tournamentThe Juneau Douglas Ice Association hosted a state championship Bantam level (14 and under) tournament over the weekend at Treadwell Ice Arena.

Tlingit Raven stories get due attention at UAS symposium

Tlingit Raven stories get due attention at UAS symposium"Some of our people got scared of the daylight, ran into the forest. Some of our people hid behind the trees."

Marshmallow maker needs kitchen to call his own

Marshmallow maker needs kitchen to call his ownJuneau resident Jason Puckett seeks community support to turn his hobby of making marshmallows into a small business before the tourist season begins.

Juneau cracks down on aggressive “hawking”

Juneau cracks down on aggressive “hawking”The Juneau Police Department says "hawking" — an aggressive form of commercial sidewalk solicitation — is on the rise.

That ’70s Home: How AHFC is trying to update Alaska’s aging housing supply

That ’70s Home: How AHFC is trying to update Alaska’s aging housing supplyAlaska Housing Finance Corp. offers a variety of loan and rebate programs aimed at upgrading the state's aging housing stock.

Legislator says mandating GMO-labels empowers shoppers

Legislator says mandating GMO-labels empowers shoppersAnchorage Rep. Geran Tarr concedes there is no clear consensus about whether eating genetically-modified foods is harmful, but she’s not taking any chances. House Bill 92 aims to help GMO-cautious consumers identify which foods in Alaska have been genetically engineered.

Gold Medal Basketball Tournament tips off Sunday

Gold Medal Basketball Tournament tips off SundayThe tournament brings people from communities all over Southeast to the capital city.

Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories project

Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories projectThe library's StoryCorps project will focus on Alaska Native educational experiences.