In this newscast: Only 2 people charged with voter fraud related to Alaska’s 2020 election; a look back at Dunleavy’s first term as governor; Republicans hold 21 out of 40 seats in Alaska’s House of Representatives
Anthony Michael Migliaccio was arrested in Juneau on Thursday evening under a warrant for first degree murder, according to a police press release.
In this newscast: Unofficial election results after ranked choice tabulation; what’s at stake with judge retention; what 3 Alaska Native languages say about gratitude
In this newscast: A bear cub in Glacier Bay with bird flu is country’s first; Prince Rupert grows its cruise port; Homer’s library board deciding what to do with 50 LGBTQ children’s books
In this newscast: Alaska elects its first LGBTQ lawmakers; remembering Ethel Lund; the latest news on Skagway’s Ore Dock
Live coverage of the ranked choice vote count will begin at 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 23.
In this newscast: Federal relief is on its way for crab fisheries; Charlie Pierce’s running mate has dropped out of the governor’s race; Juneau’s Glory Hall gets a permit for affordable housing project; AFN arts market returns in-person
At least 40 people came to the meeting, most wearing shirts that said “Juneau Needs Affordable Housing.” More than two dozen people testified in favor.
The Planning Commission will take up the issue of the permit at its meeting Tuesday night. It can grant, deny or impose conditions on the permit.
“So all of my memories, there’s always food associated with them,” said Juneau chef Rachel Barril.