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Officials, public criticize another Capital Transit bus plan

Officials, public criticize another Capital Transit bus planChanges include eliminating service into the downtown core and onto the University of Alaska Southeast campus.

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, Dunbar

Southeast votes for Begich, Walker, DunbarSen. Mark Begich would be headed back to Washington, D.C., had the rest of the state voted like Southeast. And Bill Walker would have solidly won the governor’s race.

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiatives

Analysis: Juneau voters break for Democrats, back initiativesJuneau voters went against the national and statewide Republican trend Tuesday

Sullivan leads Begich by 8,000 votes

Sullivan leads Begich by 8,000 votesAlaska appears to have followed the national trend and elected a Republican to the U.S. Senate.

Juneau lawmakers Egan, Muñoz and Kito re-elected to legislature

Juneau lawmakers Egan, Muñoz and Kito re-elected to legislatureAll three of the capital city’s state lawmakers handily won re-election Tuesday

Slideshow: political signs around Juneau

Slideshow: political signs around JuneauHere's just a small sample of election signs in the Juneau area.

Nearly 5,000 vote early or absentee in Juneau’s two districts so far

Nearly 5,000 vote early or absentee in Juneau’s two districts so farDivision of Elections Director Gail Fenumiai says those ballots could make a difference

New federal regulations to favor subsistence users, rural residents

New federal regulations to favor subsistence users, rural residentsThe changes should mean a more favorable process for villages and other rural communities that rely on hunting and fishing.

Top Parnell aide outlines National Guard response timeline

Nizich’s explanation for the delayed response to – and subsequent denial of – records requests into the National Guard is part logistical and part legal.

Begich, Sullivan rally voters, each his own way

Begich, Sullivan rally voters, each his own wayIn the final days before the U.S. Senate election, candidates Mark Begich and Dan Sullivan making their final pitches, aiming to rally their supporters to the polls.