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The cat made the last leg of the trip to Haines Tuesday after a solo expedition.
“The question we’re dealing with is, why would someone burn senior citizen’s property or automobiles.”
Clean up and investigation into the sinking are underway.
Local class attracts international, virtual crowd of people with the disease.
Firefighters, the raptor center and airport personnel worked together to help the bird.
While the immediate risk is lessened, Juneau isn’t out of the deep end yet.
Yelling, throw snowing caught on video by organizers.
Juneau teams play packed week of games as regular season winds down.
An investigation into an incident at Lemon Creek Correctional Center exposed shortcomings in the Department of Corrections’ Dental Services Program, according to a report from… Continue reading
The alleged offenses occurred between 2012 and 2018.
A month of weird weather has created a uniquely loaded set of dice.
For some, law enforcment agencies and data systems are active parts of the problem.
Contray to rumors, no one fell in the river.
It’s bringing scientists sounds from out of this world.
At last, the beaked beast’s been bound.
The snowpack got its bell rung.
JDHS boys continue their undefeated streak, now 12-0
An inspection is the airline’s standard procedure after a strike.
The Level 1 distinction offers some subtle but important maneuvering room.
Indictment follows months of alleged domestic violence, according to the Department of Justice.