When it comes to Juneau's Parks and Recreation dollar, two truths are constantly at odds: everyone has an interest in recreation and nobody wants to show up to a 12:45 p.m. public meeting when it's nice outside.
As the Juneau Assembly considers a city ordinance that would protect the rights of all, including those in the LGBTQ community, a religious group that thinks homosexuality is "sinful" is holding a prayer rally in the capital city Friday.
Wielding his veto pen like a set of spurs, Gov. Bill Walker cut into the state's budget Wednesday to the tune of about $1.3 billion — an effort, he said, to force the Alaska Legislature to fill the state’s $4 billion budget hole during its...
On June 30, 1986, a U.S. Bureau of Mines employee died after falling down near Middle Peak, southeast of Juneau, while he and three other employees were searching for evidence of past mining activity in the area.
The Juneau School District is one of 11 education organizations that voluntarily reached an agreement with the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights to ensure website accessibility for people with disabilities.
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