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Is Juneau ready for a cruise ship security threat?

Is Juneau ready for a cruise ship security threat?

Emergency officials in Juneau are testing their response to a cruise ship security threat today.

Proposed budget cuts would close Augustus Brown Swimming Pool

Proposed budget cuts would close Augustus Brown Swimming Pool

Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer is expected to detail her proposed budget cuts to the Assembly Finance Committee on Wednesday, as the city faces a $12 million shortfall for the next two fiscal years.

Forest Service wants your input on the Mendenhall Glacier

Forest Service wants your input on the Mendenhall Glacier

Visitor center director John Neary wants to start creating a master plan for the Mendenhall Glacier and its visitor center.

Alaska Native languages bill clears final House committee

Alaska Native languages bill clears final House committee

A bill symbolically making 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages is heading to the House floor for a vote.

Divergent views of Yakutat homicide recalled by witnesses

Divergent views of Yakutat homicide recalled by witnesses

Victim’s friend, Robert Kowalski’s ex-wife remember various statements that suggest either intent or accident

Lost teens rescued off Mt. Juneau

Lost teens rescued off Mt. Juneau

Two teenage boys were rescued Sunday night after getting lost on Mt. Juneau as the temperature dropped.

Bartlett Regional Hospital board to begin CEO deliberations

Bartlett Regional Hospital board to begin CEO deliberations

Five candidates interviewed last week for the position of Bartlett Regional Hospital CEO.

Public testimony scheduled for Egan’s retirement choice bill

Public testimony scheduled for Egan’s retirement choice bill

Senate Bill 30 would let local and state government workers choose between a traditional pension and a 401(k)-style retirement savings account.

Firearms, crime scene analysts testify in Yakutat homicide trial

Firearms, crime scene analysts testify in Yakutat homicide trial

The cold case investigator says the defendant was not positioned consistently with an accidental shooting claim

Alaska legislature forwards Erin’s Law

Alaska legislature forwards Erin’s Law

House Bill 233, requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, gets bipartisan support.