About 500 people took to the capitol building steps in Juneau Thursday for one of several rallies statewide against Governor Sean Parnell’s plan to cut state oil taxes.
Southeast communities won and lost when the Senate Finance Committee released its capital budget this week.
34 amendments considered by lamwmakers in marathon meeting that lasted into wee hours of the morning
Juneau City Manager Kim Kiefer has officially been on the job for a year, meaning it’s time for her annual evaluation by the CBJ Assembly.
Nine days after the Juneau Empire rolled out a new look and an online paywall, publisher Mark Bryan has resigned.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has given the City and Borough of Juneau an August 19th deadline to adopt new flood zone maps.
In a somber and sometimes emotional press conference Monday in Anchorage, Public Safety Commissioner Joe Masters said that Helo 1′s pilot, Mel Nading, 55, Trooper Tage Toll, 40, of the Talkeetna post, and a body believed to be that of snowmachiner Carl Ober were aboard the downed craft.
Construction of a gun store and indoor shooting range remains on hold as the Juneau Assembly determines whether the Planning Commission properly issued a conditional use permit for the facility. Juneau Veterans for Peace Monday argued the Planning Commission did not consider public health and safety, or the CBJ comprehensive plan, before approving the Juneau…
Michael Patterson, who has Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, is featured prominently in the CDC’s “Tips from Former Smokers” campaign.
The Sealaska regional corporation has a new board member. Richard Rinehart is a real-estate investor and was Sealaska’s chief financial officer and corporate controller.
Scientists know sea otters have a profound impact on their ecosystem, but in Southeast Alaska the details of those interactions are hazy.
Combined with his oil tax plan, the proposal could mean a combination of belt-tightening measures and big withdrawals from Alaska’s savings accounts.
Sealaska’s approximately 21,000 shareholders will get their spring dividends around April 12th. Its Board of Directors approved the distribution at a meeting today.
Forty-one years ago, a Kodiak-bound fishing boat out of Mobile, Alabama, disappeared without a trace, taking all hands with it. Now the Coast Guard says the fishing vessel Katmai has been found.
More than two hundred people gathered for the annual Choose Respect Rally today on the capitol steps.
Congressman Don Young says he’s not worried about an investigation into whether he violated ethics rules.