State labor officials say Alaska’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in June was 6.1 percent, compared to 7.6 percent nationally.
Alaska’s rate was up two-tenths of … more
The state’s Universal Space Standards policy is already under a microscope. An administrative law judge has said the state violated its own procurement code and, as we reported last week, the state’s biggest employee union recently filed a class action grievance over the new space standards.
Southeast Alaska’s new redistricting boundaries eliminate the possibility of at least one House election rematch. But they could lead to some other challenges.
The new director of the Missile Defense Agency Vice Admiral James Syring called the test an overall failure.
Alaska Electric Light and power will test the Salmon Creek emergency sirens Thursday morning at 9 o’clock.
The city and borough reports an increase in home construction since January.
Hundreds of business and political leaders from Canada, Oregon, Washington, Montana and Idaho have come up to Alaska to talk about what these places all have in common.
The position of Assistant Police Chief no longer exists in the Juneau Police Department.
The Juneau Assembly has adopted new flood maps for the city and borough.
The panel last night approved a resolution updating the compact signed in 1979 that allows CBJ and AJT to act as a single entity for future exploration and development.