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A woman stabbed her 51-year-old boyfriend in the chest with a butcher knife early Friday morning, police say, sending the man to the hospital with… Continue reading
Update: The hours have changed for early voting at the Mendenhall Mall Annex for the statewide election on Nov. 6. Starting Oct. 22, early voting… Continue reading
They’re called sea lace, moss animals and Bugula neritina to scientists — and they’re not supposed to be here. But they are here, scientists say.… Continue reading
Measure would not kill controversial mine, rep says.
The 2016 Juneau Invitational Volleyball Extravaganza (JIVE) remains a sweet memory for the Thunder Mountain High School volleyball team. “Being a new school and everything,… Continue reading
Welcome to the Tig leagues. Before Tig Notaro takes the stage at Centennial Hall, Juneau’s own Allison Holtkamp will have her chance to get the… Continue reading
It urges the State Department to protect Alaska’s watersheds.
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
Two weeks after the Alaska Department of Law declined to criminally charge the Fairbanks Police Department in the shooting death of 20-year-old Cody Eyre, the… Continue reading
Most say they are in favor of state abortion rights if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Juneau Road and Trail Runners President John Kern is looking to move on from his post. The volunteer position calls for putting together the annual… Continue reading
Three new members of the City and Borough of Juneau Board of Education took their seats at a Tuesday meeting at Thunder Mountain High School… Continue reading
Sister Marie Lucek OP has worked for the parish of the Cathedral of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in downtown Juneau for 12… Continue reading
“Crush” is about treading the boards and saving the world. The upcoming production from Persevearance Theatre’s Young Company concerns a high school production of “Our… Continue reading
Looking back at the worst shipwreck on the West Coast, 100 years ago this month.
The candidates spoke in particular about Alaska’s youngest and oldest residents.
Monday’s Indigenous Peoples Day celebration put an emphasis on Alaska Native languages.
It’s official. Beth Weldon is Juneau’s new mayor.
The Juneau man was wanted on three warrants, and police are asking the public for help in finding him.
Alaska Native organizations are divided in their stances on this fall’s Stand for Salmon ballot measure.