Republican Bert Stedman won his re-election bid Tuesday, and will return to the Legislature as the new District Q senator.
U.S. Rep. Don Young had no trouble defeating Democrat Sharon Cissna to win an unprecedented 21st full term in the House.
It’s still too close to call for Republican state Representative Bill Thomas and Democratic challenger Jonathan Kreiss-Tomkins in Southeast’s House District 34. With 100 percent of precincts reporting, Thomas trails Kreiss-Tomkins by 44 votes. That’s less than a full school bus of voters. Absentee, early and questioned ballots will have an impact in this race.…
Juneau Fire Chief Rich Etheridge says every available firefighter, both volunteer and career staff, responded to the scene of Monday’s fire at the Gastineau Apartments.
Capital City Fire and Rescue spent Monday night fighting a blaze at the Gastineau Apartments in downtown Juneau.
The icebreaker Healy stopped in Juneau last week after another season’s work, and the ship’s crew invited the public aboard.
The City and Borough of Juneau wants to buy five sealed shipping containers for transporting biosolids to the Lower 48 for disposal.
Rising fuel prices have long put builders on the lookout for a viable alternative to expensive boilers with low efficiency.
Juneau’s two state representatives face no opponents in Tuesday’s general election. But they still have campaign war chests. Here’s a look at some of the details from the candidates’ Alaska Public Offices Commission reports.
With no opponents this election cycle, Juneau Representative Cathy Munoz has spent much of the campaign season attending regional gatherings, such as Southeast Conference and the Alaska Native Brotherhood Grand Camp, or helping fellow Republicans with their campaigns. She’s also had time to think about her priorities for the upcoming 28th Alaska Legislature. Munoz has…
Juneau’s economic health still depends on government, according to the 2012 Economic Indicators report from the Juneau Economic Development Council.
Good teaching, academic challenges and school atmosphere are keys to staying in school for at-risk students, according to research by the Association of Alaska School Boards.
Juneau Democratic State Rep. Beth Kerttula has been getting to know the residents and issues in her new district this fall. House District 32 encompasses Juneau, Petersburg, Kupreanof, Gustavus, Tenakee and Skagway.
The Juneau Assembly this week decided not to request lower speed limits as part of an Alaska Department of Transportation project in the Auke Bay area. That means the section of Glacier Highway from Auke Lake to the intersection with Back Loop Road will continue to be designed for a 40 mile per hour speed…