The Juneau School District expects a million-dollar hit to this year’s budget, due to lower enrollment than projected.
Barbara Thurston and Lisa Worl were sworn into office Tuesday night as members of the Juneau School District Board of Education.
Assembly members want the city’s Docks & Harbors Department to reconsider a recent decision to bid a project without a PLA.
Byron Mallott filed as a candidate for governor today, making him the first Democratic candidate to officially jump into the race.
Assembly members Mary Becker and Karen Crane were also sworn in to their second terms on the CBJ Assembly before Monday’s meeting.
The anonymity of the travel ban’s community supporters is breeding skeptics of the official explanation.
A hazmat team secured the package and handed it over to officials from the FBI, which determined the substance was packaging material.
Sealaska president Chris McNeil Jr. says he is leaving the regional Alaska Native corporation in a financially strong position.
Juneau police say a bear was struck by two vehicles on Glacier Highway near Jensine Street Thursday afternoon.
The Juneau Douglas High School tennis team is sending eight players to Anchorage for the tournament.
K3’s Scott Burton attended the October 9th performance of Mudrooms and produced this piece. Tune into KTOO on October 28 at 7pm for a full broadcast.
Haley Tokuoka alleges negligent training and supervision led to the deaths of Matthew Tokuoka and Tony Wallace
The U.S. Forest Service employs about 400 people in Southeast Alaska’s Tongass National Forest and most of them are on furlough, awaiting a call from the federal government that they’ll soon be back to work.
While it’s not taking a major toll on municipal operations just yet, officials worry there could be bigger impacts if the shutdown continues for an extended period of time.