With sunny picnic and open house, company celebrates 125th anniversary.
Alaska’s unemployment rate improved slightly in June, but detailed statistics show job losses continuing.
A late budget will now bring consequences for Alaska’s lawmakers.
Nineteen months after Gov. Bill Walker killed the Juneau Access Project, the federal government has signed the death certificate.
The ethics subcommittee of the Alaska House of Representatives ruled Thursday that Rep. David Eastman, R-Wasilla, violated state law by leaking the existence of a confidential ethics complaint to the press.
A legislative audit committee has suggested the executive director of the Alaska Mental Health Trust could be charged with a crime for giving an under-development audit to a public radio reporter.
Effective Oct. 1, ban mirrors similar regulations approved by Bethel, Juneau, Anchorage.
Volunteers visit prisons in Juneau, Fairbanks.
Juneau’s cost of living has risen in the past year, according to new figures from the Council for Community and Economic Research.
This year’s fish fight is already half as expensive as the 2014 ballot battle over Alaska’s oil and gas tax system.