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No local flights cancelled yet due to grounding of fleet, next Max 9s scheduled Thursday and Friday.
Museum exhibit highlights how capital got state’s first phone system and Telephone Hill got its name.
Gwen Nizich scores 25 of Crimson Bears’ 45 points Saturday, including game-clinching free throws.
Both teams say focus was on future, with Crimson Bears giving several JV players lots of ice time.
State: 260 online forms in first 10 days take average of 20 minutes, compared to an hour for paper.
First local flights aboard Max 9 scheduled Tuesday; Alaska Air hopes fleet inspections done in days.
Lodge hit by complaints last year after Tlingit and Haida purchase; officials say that’s not a factor
Church in downtown Juneau, other buildings across state and U.S. also receive threats.
Leaders of local Alaska Native Regional Corporation looking ahead generations rather than years.
Three decades of capital city coverage.
Children’s book from 2011 about famous Juneau dog gets new publisher after being discontinued.
Report predicts 1.4% regional growth, with wide variances by industry, compared to 1.7% statewide.
Low-income housing in upper section expected by May, commercial space downstairs includes kitchen.
Crimson Bears boys lose double-OT thriller, girls come up short in final minutes.
Most incompetent gamers, second-most spoiled dogs and other ways PR research firms perceived us.
Fiscal and social education matters, tourism impacts, Suicide Basin and elections among top issues.
Man cited for reckless driving and insurance violation, released at scene, according to JPD.
Falcons open with OT victory, fall short in comeback against champs before win in consolation game.
Participants embrace cold waters of Auke Bay, prospects for 2024 with equal enthusiasm.
Free IDs for released prisoners, lifetime trapping licenses for disabled vets also start in 2024.