For the sixth time in seven years, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is projecting a directed commercial fishery for Taku River King salmon in 2012.
One of Southeast Alaska’s biggest stories of 2011 was reapportionment, or election district realignment.
Population shifts will cost the region two of its eight legislative seats in the 2012 elections. And some felt the way the districts were reconfigured divided close communities.
Arrow Refuse has filed a new plan to change the way garbage is collected in Juneau. But this one does not include barging solid waste south or curbside recycling.
2011 in the Capital City was marked by political bickering in the halls of state government, an unusual amount of turnover on the Juneau Assembly, and tragedy for two families who lost loved ones too soon. Casey Kelly has more.
After a three month delay, the task force – created in September by Juneau’s legislative delegation to gather facts about the river and possible impacts of Tulsequah Chief Mine redevelopment on the Canadian side of the Taku River watershed – will meet for the first time next week.
Chief Executive Officer Shawn Morrow and Chief Financial Officer Garth Hamblin will not continue in their positions when a new management contract takes effect February 1st.
Kids competing in Fifth Annual Lego League will compete in statewide finals.
The uncertainty over leadership at Bartlett Regional Hospital could be resolved Tuesday.
After three months on patrol in Alaska’s Bering Sea, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Sherman sailed into the home port of San Diego Thursday morning, delivering on the promise of being home for Christmas.
The Juneau Police Department is investigating the recent death of a Sitka man, who may have committed suicide.