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Bus drivers say new Capital Transit plan is flawed

Bus drivers say new Capital Transit plan is flawed"We’re very concerned with trying to add more service and cutting lots of other needed service," said Kirt Stage-Harvey.

House of Wickersham project derailed by governor’s veto

House of Wickersham project derailed by governor’s vetoJuneau’s legislative delegation has long sought to turn the House of Wickersham into the lieutenant governor’s residence

Filing deadline for municipal candidacy is Monday

Filing deadline for municipal candidacy is MondayNo one has filed for the district two Assembly seat yet

Sealaska planning significant investments in Southeast

Sealaska planning significant investments in SoutheastNew Sealaska CEO Anthony Mallott says investing locally is part of the regional Native corporation’s strategy for reversing recent losses.

Missing Juneau 2-year-old recovered in California, mother arrested

Missing Juneau 2-year-old recovered in California, mother arrestedThe mother was forbidden from taking the child out of town through past civil proceedings with the father and lawful custodian.

Rain and wind put a damper on derby catches

Rain and wind put a damper on derby catchesParticipants of last weekend’s derby caught about 15,000 pounds of fish, half of what was caught last year.

School board begins self-assessment behind closed doors

School board begins self-assessment behind closed doorsThe board will discuss the other nine categories of the self-assessment during a public board retreat Sept. 13.

Alaska Marine Highway officers’ union rejects tentative contract agreement

Alaska Marine Highway officers’ union rejects tentative contract agreementMasters, Mates and Pilots represents about 100 licensed captains and officers who navigate Alaska marine highway vessels.

School district brings in outside attorney to investigate alleged hazing

School district brings in outside attorney to investigate alleged hazing"There’s an allegation that some older students either kidnapped or in some way took some younger students out to a remote area and there was paddling or hitting involved," Miller says.

Engine 21 pushed into service at Douglas Fire Station

Engine 21 pushed into service at Douglas Fire StationIt's the Douglas Fire Station's first new fire engine in 28 years.