Juneau Fire Marshal Dan Jager says Saturday's Gastineau Apartments fire was intentionally started.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is holding another listening session in Juneau tonight.
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan returned to Juneau and Monday gave his first speech as a senator to a joint session of the Alaska Legislature.
General Manager Matt Lillard says it was fiscally responsible thing to do.
A 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.
A combination of new revenues and spending cuts have improved Juneau’s budget picture, but it’s not sustainable yet.
An investigation by the CCF/R fire marshal's office has determined Saturday's fire at the Gastineau Apartments was intentionally set.
The condemned Gastineau Apartments building in downtown Juneau caught fire again Saturday.
"The department believes that we could make this work without service degradation to commercial fishermen," says ADF&G's Kevin Brooks.
Juneau ended up being exactly what Ricci Adan needed. And Juneau’s artistic world needed Adan.