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For 9-year-old Aaron Hull, racing in the Soapbox Challenge is by-and-large a good time. “It’s a little bit scary,” Hull said of starting down a… Continue reading
Returning to Juneau for the ninth time, boylesque troupe Mod Carousel is bringing two new shows to Juneau this Saturday titled “Pop!” Mod Carousel has… Continue reading
A young Great Dane died of heat stroke after being left in a car Tuesday afternoon, Gastineau Humane Society Animal Control Officer and Director of… Continue reading
Zach Bursell and Beth Gollin finished their Fourth of July $100 richer. The duo set new race records in the Glenn Frick Memorial Mile, which… Continue reading
A 13-year-old girl briefly went missing on Kruzof Island near Sitka on Tuesday afternoon, according to a Coast Guard release, as she paddled in the… Continue reading
Odette Edgar has a good reason to always enjoy the annual July 3 “Barn Dance.” She met her husband, Doug, there 15 years ago. “He… Continue reading
A paper route and a flashlight. That was how Jerry Scott, co-creator of “Zits” and Baby Blues” comic strips, found his passion for newspapers at… Continue reading
After two walk-off losses, the Gastineau Channel Little League all-stars find themselves on the brink of elimination in the Alaska District 2 Junior Softball Tournament.… Continue reading
This report contains public information available to the Empire from law enforcement and public safety agencies. This report includes arrest and citation information, not conviction… Continue reading
Annie Caulfield saw tears in the old man’s eyes. The man had lost his home to the flowing lava that came from the Kilauea volcano… Continue reading
Juneau was well-represented in the Chilkat Challenge Triathlon on Sunday in Haines. Juneau fielded five teams (two and three-person) and four solo competitors for the… Continue reading
Alaska Electric Light and Power customers will see their electric rates drop. The Regulatory Commission of Alaska approved AEL&P’s request to pass income tax savings… Continue reading
A Coast Guard helicopter and a good Samaritan fishing vessel helped rescue three people on a sinking vessel in Sitka Sound on Monday night, according… Continue reading
It’s become a Fourth of July tradition for the Juneau Police Department to have an increased number of officers working, and this year is no… Continue reading
When pilings keeping wooden docks properly floating are no longer straight, it can become a problem. Fortunately, the City and Borough of Juneau Docks &… Continue reading
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue will visit Southeast Alaska on Thursday as part of a “Back to Our Roots” tour of Washington, Oregon, Idaho… Continue reading
Three dozen cyclists competed in the Eagle Beach Bike Relay Race on Saturday.
Other indictments include domestic violence, downtown assault.
Soon, your PFD may ultimately need another kind of PFD, a Personal Flotation Device.
Like most Alaskans, I’m a salmon fiend.