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He’s facing multiple felonies.
Police are still investigating the crash.
Juneau’s electric utility won’t end up having Canadian owners after all.
He passed the teller a note, demanding money.
“This was Alaska people making Alaska proud.”
He reiterated that public safety is his top priority.
Nobody was hurt.
It came in at No. 8.
They have a few aspects in common.
Convicted murderers say prison officials framed them in escape attempt.
Collaboration is key to the project.
It was a busy weekend for authorities.
She went from angry to inspirational.
There was nobody else in the car.
School’s security measure was precautionary, police say.
The Salvation Army of Juneau served more than 500 meals at its annual Thanksgiving dinner.
The fencing stretches all the way across the bridge.
It’s meant to connect ancestors with children.
The victim is in stable condition.