Gov. Bill Walker on Thursday led a Choose Respect rally to end domestic violence and sexual assault in Alaska. Hours later a Senate subcommittee zeroed out the state funding that supports the program.
The nonprofit group leading the effort to build an arts complex in the Willoughby District has received a $51,000 grant from the Juneau Community Foundation for a feasibility study and business plan.
City Manager Kim Kiefer talked to KTOO’s Casey Kelly this week about a variety of issues facing the city and borough.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is holding another listening session in Juneau tonight.
A combination of new revenues and spending cuts have improved Juneau’s budget picture, but it’s not sustainable yet.
Southeast Alaska’s largest tribal organization is getting $500,000 from the federal government to make energy efficiency upgrades to its Juneau headquarters.
A proposal from the Juneau Affordable Housing Commission intended to spur development of low-cost rental units failed at the Assembly this week.
The Juneau Police Department says “hawking” — an aggressive form of commercial sidewalk solicitation — is on the rise.
Alaska Housing Finance Corp. offers a variety of loan and rebate programs aimed at upgrading the state’s aging housing stock.
Juneau Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a semi-automatic rifle stolen from a Mendenhall Valley residence on March 7.