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With no primary election races, Juneau House candidates look to November

With no primary election races, Juneau House candidates look to NovemberNone of the candidates to represent Juneau in the state House of Representatives next year have challengers in this month’s primary election.

CBJ Regular Meeting 7/21/2014

Audio of CBJ Regular Meeting for July 21, 2014.

Kooch’eit’aa: Teaching the Tlingit language through basketball

Kooch’eit’aa: Teaching the Tlingit language through basketballEarlier this year, Alaska became the second state after Hawaii to recognize indigenous languages as official state languages

Sarah Palin endorses oil tax repeal

Sarah Palin endorses oil tax repealThe former governor uses her new online news channel to promote the repeal of Alaska’s current oil tax system

Janice Sheufelt: “There isn’t a harder or longer race”

Janice Sheufelt: “There isn’t a harder or longer race”Juneau's Janice Sheufelt is back in the capital city with her second consecutive Race Across America title in hand

Gov. Parnell signs $3 billion PERS/TRS infusion bill

Gov. Parnell signs $3 billion PERS/TRS infusion billGov. Sean Parnell on Monday signed House Bill 385, which transfers $3 billion in state savings to Alaska's pension systems

Update: City issues flood watch for Mendenhall Lake and River

Update: City issues flood watch for Mendenhall Lake and RiverResidents living along the Mendenhall River and campers, sightseers and paddlers near the Mendenhall Glacier should prepare for possible flooding.

SHI raises Soboleff Center funds during Celebration

SHI raises Soboleff Center funds during CelebrationSealaska Heritage Institute raised more than $75,000 during Celebration for the Walter Soboleff Center in downtown Juneau

A Roof

A RoofA Roof is a yearlong project from 360 North and KTOO Public Media examining homelessness and affordable housing in Alaska.

Arctic Alaska is a different kind of place

Arctic Alaska is a different kind of placeSlicing through the top quarter of the Alaska map, the Arctic Circle marks the boundary of perpetual light. North of the line, the sun won't set on summer solstice.