Southeast tribal officials are welcoming a decision by a state judge that’s based on their inherent right of self-governance.
Downtown Douglas will keep a state office building and a new office complex will NOT be built in Juneau any time soon.
The Parnell administration has decided against building a new state office complex in Juneau.
About 5,500 Permanent Fund Dividends are being recalled.
The PFDs were sent out in error.
The Alaska Marine Highway System says the engines being used in their two fast ferries are defective and builders of the ships knew it when they delivered the ships only six years ago. But the ferries’ builders say it’s not their fault.
Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho is one of three local elected officials from around the state spearheading an effort to resuscitate the Alaska Coastal Management Program.
Alaska’s U.S. Senators are part of a congressional effort to stop the Postal Service from closing branches in rural areas.
Alaska’s Director of State and Federal Relations in Washington, D.C. is resigning.
Juneau will file a petition with the Local Boundary Commission to annex lands proposed for a Petersburg borough. The Assembly voted last night (Monday) to challenge Peterburg’s plan to incorporate an area previously identified for annexation to the City and Borough of Juneau. It includes all the territory from the southern CBJ boundary and east…
Juneau lawmakers are looking for members to serve on a new Taku River Task Force. The river is the most abundant salmon-producer in Southeast Alaska. It’s also one of the most studied in terms of biology, but with the renewal of mining at the headwaters, many other questions remain. “We’re just trying to find out…