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The Assembly took on a new look Monday.
The long, highly publicized case could be coming to an end.
Police are looking for a Juneau man wanted on multiple warrants.
The candidates spoke in particular about Alaska’s youngest and oldest residents.
Monday’s Indigenous Peoples Day celebration put an emphasis on Alaska Native languages.
It’s official. Beth Weldon is Juneau’s new mayor.
The body of a 53-year-old Juneau man was found in the water near Coast Guard Station Juneau on Sunday afternoon.
A Southeast Alaska husband and wife were sentenced to a year in prison for not paying taxes.
Results are still unofficial, as election will be certified Tuesday.
Legislative hopefuls gathered at the Juneau Chamber of Commerce’s forum Thursday.
Don’t worry, the triangle in the carpeting isn’t going anywhere.
This weekend is the last chance for people to register to vote, and doing so in Juneau just became easier.
Officers who shot and killed former Juneau resident Cody Eyre will not face criminal charges.
The Lynn Canal precinct led the way with nearly 40 percent turnout.
Tuesday’s gubernatorial forum was almost more about who wasn’t there than it was about who was there.
The House District 34 candidate said it’s ‘great’ to have endorsement
If early voting numbers are any indication, turnout could be on the rise during this election season.
The house at 401 Harris Street was vacated after a judge ordered its residents to leave due to code and safety violations.
After a day and a half of searching, the U.S. Coast Guard suspended its search Sunday for three potential survivors of a helicopter crash near Lituya Bay.
Two public health nurses from Juneau are helping in the wake of Hurricane Florence.