University officials say their policies prohibiting guns on system campuses are legal and constitutional. The primary backers of a bill to strike down the prohibition say it ain't so.
Lawmakers will increase school funding this year - but with the majority of the session in the books, no one is saying by how much.
After making it to the final round of interviews Monday, Juneau School District Superintendent Glenn Gelbrich was not chosen for superintendent of the Nampa, Idaho, school district.
The voice of Alaska's capital since 1912 just got a little louder - the first piece by the Empire Readers' Council, made of active community members, is fresh off the presses on today's Opinion page.
Police are asking local residents to be wary of anyone selling guns in a suspicious manner in light of a recent firearms theft.
The final score of Friday's 4A Boys Region V Championship game between the Thunder Mountain Falcons and Ketchikan Kings was a spread of 10 points, but the 71-61 end was much greater than that.
Seth Piper has sat in the snowcat, rumbling up Eaglecrest Ski Area's night slopes for five years now, leaving a stretch of perfect corduroy - groomed snow - behind him wherever he goes.
In a few days, Juneau will kick off its first-ever Bard-a-thon -- a continuous live reading of Shakespeare's plays and sonnets, back to back.
It's funny, Oystein Djuv-Stiansen said in perfect English, for a European to travel to America for family history - it's usually the other way around.
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