Wrangell Republican Rep. Peggy Wilson got some of what she wanted this session, including the oil tax cut and a good number of capital projects.
Juneau residents sent the CBJ Assembly a clear message Monday night: Do not roll back property taxes if it would mean cuts to city services.
City Attorney John Hartle is stepping down after 20 years with the City and Borough of Juneau’s Law Department.
If you watched the season premiere of “Deadliest Catch” last week, you might have noticed a line in the credits acknowledging the Alaska Film Office’s contribution to the show.
With no additional school operating funds on the horizon, Juneau school district budget meetings scheduled for Monday and Tuesday have been canceled.
Instead, school officials … more
The Juneau Assembly will take public comments tonight on the proposed city and school district budgets for next fiscal year.
At its annual convention last October, Alaska Federation of Natives delegates adopted a proclamation that Alaska Natives would use every political and legal means to … more
The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday released some details about the effect of the national sequestration budget cuts in Alaska.
A new non-partisan group seeking repeal of an oil tax cut has filed an application with the Division of Elections to begin a petition drive.