Options under consideration include various taxes and using some portion of Permanent Fund investment earnings to fund state government.
Nearly 200 people have signed a letter asking for the removal of the Mississippi flag downtown because it features an image of the Confederate flag.
Juneau Police have a new tool to sniff out a steady flow of heroin and other narcotics entering the city. It’s been about 25 years since the department had a K-9 on staff.
From the outside, the burnt out Gastineau Apartments is a crumbling eye sore. Inside, it’s actually worse.
Rich Carlson, a retired educator living in Juneau, served as superintendent in Klawock for a dozen years and worked in education for about 40 years after retiring in 2014.
Juneau police identified her as Macaria Wallace, age 51, of Kake.
Foodland IGA plans to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Wednesday morning. Signage and a new pharmacy are still on the to-do list.
The governor’s administration is allowing DOT to spend up to $900,000 of general fund money and associated federal funds to finish the supplemental environmental impact statement.
CCFR called out for truck roll over and a young man pinned by a large boulder.
The Juneau Police Department is looking for 32-year-old Derick Nathaniel Skultka, who has three warrants out for his arrest.