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Local lawmakers express disappointment.
It’s familiar territory for David Eastman.
Per diem could double the price tag.
Marriage can still be used as defense in some assault cases.
A couple votes in particular were heated.
They dive into the process next week.
One bill is meant to be a “conversation starter.”
Only one amendment passed Tuesday.
The team was supposed to last until 2020.
The cost of an epidemic.
It’s the country’s leading opioid producer.
Tourism is the main bright spot for Southeast.
He also admitted to making inaccurate statements in a confirmation hearing.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents met last Friday, with the main goal of discussing how to be more efficient with its spending. The… Continue reading
He’ll submit a budget this week.
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
When a magnitude 7.9 earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska forced weather authorities to declare a tsunami warning for many communities in coastal Alaska, Juneau… Continue reading
Richard Peterson walked to the microphone at Monday night’s Indigenous Peoples Day celebration at Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall, clearly emotional. Peterson, the president of Central Council… Continue reading