Beginning today, April 6, community members will be able to ask questions during the weekly event
You can stream it live here at 4p.m.
President Biden is giving the first prime-time address of his presidency to mark one year of the coronavirus pandemic.
So far, 1309 Juneau residents and people in Juneau have tested positive for the virus, including two new cases announced Tuesday. The vast majority have recovered, but five people have died.
Live coverage from NPR of President Biden’s address honoring victims of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States.
In Juneau, the pandemic risk level is being downgraded to its lowest level — or minimal risk.
Without a permit, using fireworks — even sparklers — would be banned 361 days of the year in most populated areas of Juneau under a proposed local law. the controversial measure would also restore a past ban on the sale of fireworks in Juneau. There’s just one retailer in town the sales ban would affect.
A chairlift providing access to the upper portion of the city-owned Eaglecrest Ski Area has been repaired after last week’s high winds. And, it’s back in operation.
Native Americans are bucking a trend of populations who harbor doubts about the coronavirus vaccines.
Members of the city’s emergency operations center will provide information about the local COVID-19 response and answer questions.
Many of the emergency powers the state was using to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic expired along with the governor’s disaster declaration early Monday morning.
Former President Donald Trump is on trial for a second time in the Senate. Watch the proceedings live.
Deputy City Manager Mila Cosgrove says about a dozen City and Borough of Juneau employees are working from home