Democrats in the Alaska Legislature say the state’s redistricting process is flawed and needs to be made more nonpartisan.
The listing perhaps bolsters the Storis’ chances of becoming a museum on Juneau’s downtown waterfront.
While almost a third of their colleagues in the Alaska House are new faces, Juneau Representatives Beth Kerttula and Cathy Munoz return for their 15th and 5th sessions respectively.
The announcement that Anchorage Rep. Lindsey Holmes had switched parties from Democrat to Republican came after a two-hour House Majority caucus meeting.
Bill Brown of Juneau has resigned from the Alaska Board of Fisheries with nearly a year and a half remaining in his term.
The Juneau Assembly has adopted a Municipal Drinking Water Supply Plan that grew out of discussions about reopening the AJ Mine near downtown.
The weekend earthquake that shook Southeast Alaska is likely responsible for some sewer and water breaks throughout Juneau.
In Juneau, 2012 was marked by changes in leadership at City Hall, a lengthy double murder trial, and the tragic deaths of several young people.
2012 saw a variety of stories and events in Juneau. Here are some of the photos from this year covering major events, breaking news and … more
Alaska’s long lost moon rocks are back in Juneau and on display at the State Museum through at least the end of the month.
The … more