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A legislative ethics committee has found probable cause that Rep. Geran Tarr violated ethics law by instructing staff to help organize and fundraise for a... [Read More]
Alaska state Rep. Justin Parish says he will not seek re-election this year. That means none of the three members of the Legislature representing Juneau... [Read More]
Jury selection is now set to begin Wednesday in the trial of a former Arizona lawmaker accused of killing a man in Alaska in 2016.... [Read More]
The Alaska Legislature has approved an update to its nearly 20-year-old policy on sexual harassment that explicitly allows for the use of outside investigators in... [Read More]
The penalty is going up for hanging out in a car and not actively loading passengers outside the Juneau International Airport terminal. Juneau radio station... [Read More]
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Jury selection has been delayed in the trial of a former Arizona legislator charged in the shooting death of a man in Alaska in 2016.... [Read More]
The trial for a former Arizona lawmaker accused of shooting a man to death on a hunting trip is set to open in Juneau. [Read More]
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A disgraced former Arizona legislator accused of killing a man during a hunting and fishing trip in Alaska is set to stand trial this week.... [Read More]
JUNEAU —The end may be in sight for the 2019 legislative session. Although legislators were still grappling Saturday on a key issue – providing a... [Read More]
Passage of a key education funding bill Wednesday brings the Legislature another big step closer to adjournment of its 2018 session. The state House voted... [Read More]
The Alaska Senate has narrowly approved a formal statement supporting a "free and open" internet that's equally accessible to all consumers. The so-called Sense of... [Read More]
The Department of Defense announced today the death of a soldier who was supporting Operation Freedom's Sentinel.Chief Warrant Officer Jacob M. Sims, 36, of Juneau,... [Read More]
A small ship cruise company is beginning the Alaska tourism season early as part of an effort to move the industry to set sail earlier.... [Read More]
The visiting Kenai Central boys soccer team won a battle of Division II powerhouses, taking down Juneau-Douglas 1-0 on Thursday to improve to 4-1. [Read More]
Alaska lawmakers seem confident that the session will end soon after they sailed past the voter imposed 90-day deadline over the weekend. [Read More]
On Thursday, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources re-established the Bristol Bay Advisory Group and separately issued a permit for Pebble Limited Partnership to conduct... [Read More]
Haines High School musicians received high marks at the 2018 Southeast Alaska Spring Music Festival in Juneau last week. Individuals and ensembles in... [Read More]
Today from the capital city, Special Correspondent James Brooks of the Juneau Empire offers us a state legislative update. [Read More]
The Alaska Legislature has passed a school funding bill. The measure covers two years. But the second year of funding, along with an additional $30... [Read More]
Alaska's attorney general is at odds with a legislative attorney over the constitutionality of Gov. Bill Walker's proposal to issue bonds to pay off remaining... [Read More]
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