Alaska lawmakers have passed a bill exempting political candidates who don’t have a computer or Internet access at home from the state’s electronic campaign disclosure requirement.
For the last four years, the Alaska Young Fishermen’s Summit has brought together some of the brightest young minds in the industry. The gathering took place in Juneau for the first time this year.
Legislation allowing geoduck farming to expand north and west is moving in the state Senate.
The measure would allow the large, valuable clams to be grown north of their natural realm. That ends around Juneau.
The Juneau Homeless Coalition has joined the national 100,000 Homes campaign to help connect Juneau’s homeless to permanent homes.
Governor Sean Parnell says he’s in favor of letting a citizen’s initiative to restore the Alaska Coastal Management Program go to voters.
Members of the Alaska Public Offices Commission today (Tuesday) blasted the legislature for a bill that would ease the state’s electronic campaign disclosure requirement.
The House Resources Committee has approved a scaled-back measure aimed at increasing sea otter harvests. It’s a significant change for the resolution authored by Wrangell Representative Peggy Wilson.
A Steller’s Sea Eagle has been seen in downtown Juneau – far afield from its habitat of eastern Russia. Research wildlife biologist Dave Douglas saw the rare eagle Friday morning.
House Bill 311 passed the Senate, but a change to the legislation was rejected by the House of Representatives. While the bill has garnered virtually no attention, it is opposed by staff of the Alaska Public Offices Commission – the agency that oversees disclosure of campaign financing.
Alaska Shield 2012′s bad weather, extreme cold scenario was like the real fall and winter of 2011 / 2012.