The Gastineau Apartments were supposed to have been shuttered after a fire caused by an unattended candle ripped through the building two years ago.
Twenty-four of 35 the University of Alaska Southeast year-to-year faculty members have been given notice that their contracts might not be renewed next year in light of anticipated cuts to the school's budget.
...will partially be up to those of you who plan to celebrate today, tomorrow and each day after.There's still a lot up in the air about how marijuana will be regulated and by whom, what is considered public - and that's not considering the whole...
After hearing from the state's Public Defender Agency, the House and Senate judiciary committees will most likely scrap a version of a new bill that would provide a defense for using and possessing marijuana, rather than simply making it legal.
Repairs to city facilities are taking top priority in next year's capital improvement projects fund.
...first Warriors player elected to consecutive starts since Chris Mullin in 1991-92.His partner in the backcourt is up in the air after the Lakers revealed Bryant's injury earlier Thursday. Though the severity of the injury is unknown, many rotator...
Why do we do this to ourselves? Why must we annually compile top 10 lists when there are clearly more than 10 worthy books published every year? More books than we can get to even if we are avid readers? Because we're human, and we love lists.
SITKA - Just a few decades ago, researchers were repurposing kitchen timers to test how deep marine mammals can dive. Now they can track the same animals in real time.
What happens when Juneau's emergency homeless shelter faces an emergency? After a pipe burst and extensive flooding Sunday just before midnight, 21 patrons of the Glory Hole found out. Shelter Manager Jamie Raymond was on duty when the disaster struck.
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