Juneau officials are keeping an eye on legislation making its way through Congress that would allow states to collect sales tax on online purchases.
Paula Casperson’s hiring approved by the School Board on Tuesday
An ordinance changing how the City and Borough of Juneau handles civil fines, such as parking tickets, is on its way to the full Juneau Assembly for action.
Transportation Security Administration officials at Juneau International Airport found a flare in the carry-on bag of an Alaska Airlines passenger bound for Sitka Monday afternoon.
The Juneau Assembly on Monday decided for the time being not to consider new restrictions on the use of motorized watercraft on Auke Lake.
Alaska Territorial Guard members never received formal discharge papers from the United States government, including some well-known Alaskans.
Pilot and two passengers reported on board the wheeled M-5 Maule
The Juneau Assembly tonight (Monday) will hear details of the Auke Lake Management Plan, long after the ice has gone out and spring boating season is about to begin.
A subcommittee of the Juneau Assembly will recommend a month-long search process for a new City Attorney when the full Assembly meets as Committee of the Whole on Monday.
Alaska’s high court rules that an initiative stating that the right to life starts at conception would violate Roe v. Wade and the state constitution.