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Police responded to calls of a woman being strangled in a car outside of the Mendenhall Valley Safeway.
The 800 mile trip took 55 days.
It’s almost that time again.
James Helfinstine is retiring after decades of telling people how to build bridges.
Hospital adminstrator Chuck Bill has been here since 2014.
Ferry worker strike has left visitors to the region trapped.
More than 60 students could find themselves without access to Pre-K services.
Residents stand up against Docks and Harbors plan.
Representatives accompanied the Commandant to see the Coast Guard in Alaska as the focus shifts towards the Arctic.
The forum focused on what could be done to deal with deep state budget concerns.
“We need this investment.”
An off-duty Juneau police officer was taken into custody after a traffic crash on the North Douglas Highway.
Ferry workers strike, and the state strikes back
Students fear potential brain drain as Alaska students may have to leave for school.
The update will make roads safer for Alaska drivers.
He was one of the U.S. Navy’s very first SEALs.
Adversity breeds brotherhood.