Testimony by invitation-only during joint meeting of House and Senate Judiciary Committees.
A portrait of the late Senator Ted Stevens – unveiled Friday evening — will hang on the second floor of the Alaska State Capitol between the House and Senate chambers.
Ronald W. Hohman is facing six misdemeanor counts of maintaining a nuisance property, failure to close a building, and not using a public sewer.
Alaska’s House and Senate have passed bills aimed at easing veterans’ chances of getting jobs. The measures direct the state to consider military training and experience when granting professional licenses. Alaska licenses about 40 professions, from barbers to contractors to nurses.
A portrait of the late Sen. Ted Stevens to hang in the Alaska State Capitol will be unveiled today (Friday).
You’ve probably heard that cruise-ship bookings took a dive after the Costa Concordia hit a reef and partially sunk. But are travelers avoiding cruising or just delaying ticket purchases? And what does it mean for Alaska tourism?
A memorial service is planned for February 12th for former Hoonah Mayor Alf ‘Windy’ Skaflestad, who passed away last Saturday at the age of 75 after a long battle with prostate cancer.
Thane Road blocked due to an early morning avalanche that slid across the road all the way to Gastineau Channel. It could be 6 p.m. before they clear the road.
Michael Patrick Duby ordered to serve nine months in jail, pay fines and restitution.
Should the City and Borough of Juneau be regulating development near eagle nests, and if so, to what extent? The CBJ Planning Commission will take a look at those questions over the next several months and make a recommendation to the Juneau Assembly.