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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.

Kids have access to pot without legalization

Kids have access to pot without legalizationTeenage use of marijuana is not a rarity in our state, and kids know where to purchase it whether Prop 2 passes or not.

SE candidates stake out ballot measure positions

SE candidates stake out ballot measure positionsMost Southeast legislative candidates oppose the marijuana and Bristol Bay ballot initiatives. But they support the minimum wage measure.

Pro-marijuana campaign has trouble finding public support in Juneau

Pro-marijuana campaign has trouble finding public support in Juneau"Unfortunately, people that I’ve talked to that I know consume, that I know partake in this substance are afraid to come out," Ben Wilcox says.

Kalibo, Philippines is Juneau’s new sister city

Kalibo, Philippines is Juneau’s new sister cityJuneau gained another sister city Saturday afternoon. Representatives from Kalibo in the Phillipines signed documents to make it the fifth city to strike up such a partnership with Juneau.

Forrest Dunbar interview

Forrest Dunbar interviewForrest Dunbar stopped by KTOO recently to talk about his campaign, policy and why he thinks he should replace Don Young.

B.C. mines concern some–not all–candidates

B.C. mines concern some–not all–candidatesBritish Columbia mines are slated to be built close to transboundary rivers. That worries some candidates for the Alaska Legislature.

State correspondence details a ‘deteriorated’ Nat’l Guard

State correspondence details a ‘deteriorated’ Nat’l GuardThere are numerous redactions in the released documents, and some of the requested documents are not included; many are still under review and are subject to release in the coming days.

McGuan gives Muñoz first election challenge in six years

McGuan gives Muñoz first election challenge in six yearsDemocrat George McGuan is a union electrician, who portrays himself as more working man than politician

Juneau’s Get Out the Native Vote to hold rally on Saturday

Juneau’s Get Out the Native Vote to hold rally on Saturday"I'm telling people, 'Grab five friends or relatives and get them to vote,' or call them and urge them to vote," Nancy Barnes says.