The time has come to stop talking and start acting when it comes to changes in the Arctic. That was the message of a talk to the Juneau World Affairs Council this week by Alaska Dispatch owner and publisher Alice Rogoff.
Former Mayor Bill Overstreet is being remembered as a persuasive and successful spokesman for Juneau during the capital move fights of the 1970s and 80s.
Southeast Alaskans critiqued the Marine Highway System’s 2013-2014 fall, winter and spring schedule Tuesday.
Right now, the state of Alaska is obligated to provide Medicaid funding for all “medically necessary” abortions. Yesterday the Senate passed a bill that would narrow that definition.
The team selected to rate candidates for a new Juneau Police Chief reads like a “who’s who” in criminal justice and public safety in the capital city.
The Legislative Council has awarded a $1.7 million contract to Alaska Commercial Contractors for the first phase of a two-part project to spruce up the Alaska State Capitol.
Some legislators hope to find ways to get around federal prohibitions on establishing sea-otter bounties.
The public gets a chance to testify Tuesday on the latest oil tax reduction proposal before the Alaska Legislature.
The Alaska Legislature on Monday voted by the narrowest of margins to reject Governor Sean Parnell’s reappointment of Vince Webster to the state Board of Fisheries.
Protestors with the anti-abortion Center for Bioethical Reform held up large signs across from the state capitol building in Juneau this week, depicting graphic images of aborted fetuses.
Three finalists for Juneau Police Chief will come to the capital city next week to compete in person for the job. They hope to replace Juneau Police Chief Greg Browning, who is retiring at the end of May. Nineteen men, including two from Juneau, applied for the job. That list was whittled to six candidates,…
A settlement proposal that could have stopped litigation against the Juneau Planning Commission was never acknowledged by the city.
Only two weekends of skiing and snowboarding left at Eaglecrest. The city-owned ski area will end the season on April 14.
With less than two weeks of the session to go, the Alaska State Legislature is concentrating on the state’s budget and major pieces of legislation that would affect tax policy and energy projects. APRN’s Alexandra Gutierrez sat down with Gov. Sean Parnell to talk about his expectations for the final days.