If there's one thing Alaska's lawmakers agree on, it's this: No single trick or approach will solve the state's annual deficit, now approaching $4 billion. Most of the 60 legislators working in the Capitol agree on something else.
In mid August, City Manager Kim Kiefer announced that she planned to retire, sending city officials into an urgent search to find her replacement. Almost six months and 56 applicants later, it's down to two candidates.
Steve Davis, center, volunteers with Bing Carrillo, left, and Joe Carlson on Thursday at the Juneau Arts & Culture Center to build creative lighting for the Wearable Art Extravaganza to be held Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 13-14.
Two people early Thursday morning near Telephone Hill Park heard a loud argument and then found a man on top of a woman, striking her and refusing to let her go, according to a report by the Juneau Police Department.