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Two were injured, but not severely, JPD spokeperson said.
KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) — A landslide in a city near the southern tip of the Alaska Panhandle demolished the back side of a grocery store.… Continue reading
First meeting was brief.
Burglars broke into the office and the safe, police say.
Food and sundries.
Capital Outdoor Week, held March 2-6 in Juneau, will focus on Alaska’s $3.2 billion outdoor recreation sector. The five-day event features a calendar full of… Continue reading
Locals and scientists say it’s losing water.
Cruise ship companies dumped millions of pounds of trash at a private landfill in Alaska’s capital during the 2019 tourism season, officials said. The City… Continue reading
News briefs for the week of Feb. 27, 2020.
Strong opinions on both sides.
After disruption, bill sailed through.
Crises are times of both danger and opportunity.
The new harbormaster will be familiar to residents.
Vitamin Happiness for the winter blues.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska law enforcement officers seized 82 illegally possessed firearms in a coordinated effort to reduce gun violence in Anchorage and nearby communities,… Continue reading
Auctions, banquets, and competitions: Discovery Southeast celebrates in style.
Juneau’s spirit of helping out doesn’t stop here.
Different bills, same goal.
It’s about balance.
It went swimmingly.