After years of waiting, youths take trip to Australia.
How much it will cost and who will do it remain up in the air.
Community-based work is their focus and their calling.
Here’s what they said.
The Supreme Court has ended constitutional protections for abortion.
Excess deaths were also way up from predicted numbers.
Heatwave goodbye to the clouds.
Investigation of floor sealant being served at summer youth program being reviewed by prosecutors
Legislation to create a truth and healing commission had its first congressional hearing last month.
What says love like a Forest Service cabin?
It’s not the only Southeast structure to earn the status.
Locals celebrate the new pavilion at the Riverside Rotary Park.
Local food banks say donations needed now more than ever.
Thousands flock to Stonehenge to mark summer solstice.
CDC clearance for the new age group went out Tuesday.
Special election will feature only three candidates
Assembly and school board members offer wise words as toolkit and workshop for local races arrive
Sold out sets and heavy-hitting headliners.
The reason for the uproar is assessments for all commercial property were increased 50% for 2021.
The event was a celebration and a fundraiser for their college scholarship fund.
The man had suffered head trauma and crew were unable to control the bleeding.
School board OKs wearing of Native items, and those from other cultures, at public events
Good weather and good turnouts welcomed the first day of the event.
Impact extends well beyond Juneau.
Roughly 18 million kids will be eligible.
This summer Palin, Begich, Gross and Peltola are coming to a ballot near you.
Bad fuel rendered the engine nonfunctional 80 nautical miles west of Yakutat.
The first creek we crossed on this trip filled my Xtratufs with clear water.
Food company admits missteps; school board seeks 3rd-party investigator.
Weekend mining and logging event at Savikko Field celebrates 30th year after missing past two years
Company that served chemical sealant to children to face Juneau’s school board at special meeting
More to come.
24,000 rapid antigen tests available at City Hall, libraries, police station and city health center
The rainbow crosswalk bursts into full vibrancy again as Juneau celebrates Pride Month.
“That’s when the beginning of this mismatch began,” she said.
Renaming elementary school approved by Juneau Board of Education after a long debate.
Gungurstein shares policy vision, vague details of past.
Juneau’s leaders approve $439.6M budget with no debate, but city hall funding remains controversial
Investigation is underway.
The conference also covered planning for other missions, such as search and rescue.
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