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Governor’s Swearing-In Ceremony – 12-1-14

Governor’s Swearing-In Ceremony – 12-1-14

KTOO-FM and 360-North will be providing coverage of the Swearing-In Ceremony of Governor-Elect Bill Walker on Monday, December 1st., beginning at 11:30 a.m., live from … more

Hundreds expected at Walker-Mallott inauguration Monday

Hundreds expected at Walker-Mallott inauguration MondayThe Walker-Mallott inauguration ceremony begins at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Centennial Hall.

Alaska Airlines adds inauguration day flight

Alaska Airlines adds inauguration day flightAlaska Airlines will be adding a flight to Juneau to accommodate the number of travelers who will be attending the upcoming gubernatorial inauguration.

2 injured in Alaska small plane crash

Alaska State Troopers say two people were injured in a small plane crash on the west side of Cook Inlet.

Gov.-elect Walker names attorney general, directors

Gov.-elect Walker names attorney general, directorsWalker also announced that he will retain Gary Folger as the public safety commissioner.

Nome proposes new taxes to deal with dwindling state, federal dollars

Nome proposes new taxes to deal with dwindling state, federal dollarsOther Alaska cities, large and small, face similar budget shortfalls, raising questions of just what jobs people expect their city to do.

Anti-Begich Ad in Voter Guide Prompts Bill to Ban Parties From Booklet

Anti-Begich Ad in Voter Guide Prompts Bill to Ban Parties From BookletRep. Les Gara, an Anchorage Democrat, wants to ban partisan ads in the guide, a booklet that’s mailed to every voting household.

Juneau Housing First project inches closer to reality

Juneau Housing First project inches closer to realityJuneau is getting closer to becoming the third community in Alaska with a Housing First project to provide the chronically homeless with housing.

Lobbyist: State budget shortfall will affect Juneau

Lobbyist: State budget shortfall will affect Juneau"If oil averages $85, the deficit for the state is about $3 billion," says Kevin Jardell, the City and Borough of Juneau's lobbyist for state issues.

Ferry Taku out of service for repairs Dec. 8-15

Ferry Taku out of service for repairs Dec. 8-15The Alaska Marine Highway ferry Taku will go into drydock for repairs the second week of December.