Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer is expected to detail her proposed budget cuts to the Assembly Finance Committee on Wednesday, as the city faces a $12 million shortfall for the next two fiscal years.
Visitor center director John Neary wants to start creating a master plan for the Mendenhall Glacier and its visitor center.
A bill symbolically making 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages is heading to the House floor for a vote.
Victim’s friend, Robert Kowalski’s ex-wife remember various statements that suggest either intent or accident
Two teenage boys were rescued Sunday night after getting lost on Mt. Juneau as the temperature dropped.
Senate Bill 30 would let local and state government workers choose between a traditional pension and a 401(k)-style retirement savings account.
The cold case investigator says the defendant was not positioned consistently with an accidental shooting claim
House Bill 233, requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, gets bipartisan support.
Last month, Juneau musician George Kuhar performed his new album with his band Playboy Spaceman the Rockwell ballroom.
The Obama administration wants to make sure that if you try to enroll for health care by March 31, you will get it, even if you haven’t quite finished the application process.
By participating in the march, Lt. Kris Sell hopes to show victims that police officers support them and want to stop the violence.
An environmental activist from Oregon is the Southeast Alaska Conservation Council’s new executive director. Malena Marvin takes over as SEACC does more collaboration and fewer lawsuits.
Two bills dealing with Alaska Native issues got different receptions from members of the Legislature on Thursday.
Contrary to what community members may have thought, Lisa Worl said Gelbrich made an effort to become part of the community.