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New report quantifies demand for assisted living in Juneau

New report quantifies demand for assisted living in JuneauAn aging population means demand is increasing for assisted living in Juneau

Haven House gets permit to operate on Malissa Drive

Haven House gets permit to operate on Malissa DriveThe permit for the transitional housing facility for former female inmates may be appealed to Juneau Assembly and Superior Court.

Sullivan raises more than Begich in latest quarter

Sullivan raises more than Begich in latest quarterRepublican U.S. Senate candidate Dan Sullivan raised more money than Democratic Sen. Mark Begich during the latest fundraising quarter.

Gov. Parnell appoints 3 Southeast residents to state boards

Gov. Parnell appoints 3 Southeast residents to state boardsLarry Gaffaney of Juneau, Wayne Nicolls of Juneau and Bill Moran Jr. of Ketchikan were on the list of appointees to state boards.

Anchorage Press: Leaked investigations detail “rampant sexual misconduct” in National Guard

Anchorage Press: Leaked investigations detail “rampant sexual misconduct” in National GuardThe investigations tell of four sexual assaults and many incidences of sexual harassment against "fellow soldiers, new recruits, and civilian women, including high school JROTC cadets."

Appeals court halts same-sex marriages in Alaska

Appeals court halts same-sex marriages in AlaskaThe Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a temporary halt to gay marriages in Alaska.

Cost, avalanche danger high on Juneau Access opponents’ concerns

Cost, avalanche danger high on Juneau Access opponents’ concernsAt a public hearing, locals spoke out nearly 4-to-1 against transportation officials’ effort to extend the capital city’s main road 48 miles farther north.

Walker campaign releases Spanish-language commercial

Walker campaign releases Spanish-language commercialThe ad will be featured on Telemundo through election day.

Effort underway to get out the Native vote

Nearly one in five potential voters in the state is Alaska Native, and a big push is underway to get them to the polls.

Judge allows same-sex marriages to continue in Alaska

Judge allows same-sex marriages to continue in AlaskaU.S. District Court Judge Timothy Burgess denied the state's request for a stay