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Man set to be extradited in decades-old Fairbanks cold case

Man set to be extradited in decades-old Fairbanks cold case

Steven Downs is charged with murdering woman at university in 1993.

Man set to be extradited in decades-old Fairbanks cold case
Police calls for Thursday, April 18, 2019

Police calls for Thursday, April 18, 2019

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Police calls for Thursday, April 18, 2019
Opinion: Alaska can join other states in passing reasonable gun laws
Opinion: Alaska can join other states in passing reasonable gun laws
Opinion: Creative solutions to Gov. Dunleavy’s bold vision for Alaska

Opinion: Creative solutions to Gov. Dunleavy’s bold vision for Alaska

Get on the bandwagon before it’s too late.

Opinion: Creative solutions to Gov. Dunleavy’s bold vision for Alaska
Capitol Live: Legislators debate, vote on governor’s appointees
Capitol Live: Legislators debate, vote on governor’s appointees
Tick, tick, tick: Alaska braces for invading parasites

Tick, tick, tick: Alaska braces for invading parasites

State’s warming climate helping ticks gain foothold.

Tick, tick, tick: Alaska braces for invading parasites
Watch: Juneau church bells toll for Notre Dame
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Watch: Juneau church bells toll for Notre Dame

Catholic Diocese of Juneau comes together in prayer, solidarity for France.

Watch: Juneau church bells toll for Notre Dame
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Prosecutors say no sign of criminal act in fire

Prosecutors say no sign of criminal act in fire

The latest on the fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

Prosecutors say no sign of criminal act in fire
Veteran officer earns promotion

Veteran officer earns promotion

He was named Officer of the Year in 2012.

Veteran officer earns promotion
Juneau Jewish Film Festival thanks community

Juneau Jewish Film Festival thanks community

Thank You letters for April 14, 2019.

Juneau Jewish Film Festival thanks community
Police calls for Wednesday, April 16, 2019

Police calls for Wednesday, April 16, 2019

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Police calls for Wednesday, April 16, 2019
Opinion: Alaska welcomes EPA’s action plan on contaminated drinking water

Opinion: Alaska welcomes EPA’s action plan on contaminated drinking water

State departments will be proactive, continue to sample water in communities.

Opinion: Alaska welcomes EPA’s action plan on contaminated drinking water
Capitol Live: Commissioner designee speaks amid criticism
Capitol Live: Commissioner designee speaks amid criticism
Another official with state human rights commission leaving

Another official with state human rights commission leaving

Sarah Monkton on Tuesday confirmed her plans to resign.

Another official with state human rights commission leaving
Opinion: Should we trust the Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft?
Opinion: Should we trust the Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft?
‘Devastatingly delicious’: Cheesebread recipe swaps out spinach for Southeast’s nettles
‘Devastatingly delicious’: Cheesebread recipe swaps out spinach for Southeast’s nettles
Two Juneau women selected to Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame

Two Juneau women selected to Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame

Virginia Blanchard, Margaret Pugh are among women selected to 2019 class.

Two Juneau women selected to Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame
Photos: Alaska Folk Fest at the Bars

Photos: Alaska Folk Fest at the Bars

Live music, dancing and spirits.

Photos: Alaska Folk Fest at the Bars
Company protests state plans to award contract for ferry study
Company protests state plans to award contract for ferry study
Opinion: New JACC building should be put to a vote

Opinion: New JACC building should be put to a vote

The people, not the Assembly, should vote.

Opinion: New JACC building should be put to a vote