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Tuesday’s gubernatorial forum was almost more about who wasn’t there than it was about who was there.
BY BEN HOHENSTATT Capital City Weekly • Contact arts and culture reporter Ben Hohenstatt at 523-2243 or email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter at @capweekly.… Continue reading
This is the first in an occasional series in which we invite Juneau School District graduates to explain how they are incorporating their interest in… Continue reading
Feather boas and David Bowie came together Thursday, The Nude & Rude Revue, a Skagway-based burlesque troupe, brought glitzy routines and glam rock covers to… Continue reading
Seven contestants compete in Juneau Lyric Opera’s “Who’s Your Diva?” at Centennial Hall on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018. Contact Staff Photographer Michael Penn at 523-2262… Continue reading
The House District 34 candidate said it’s ‘great’ to have endorsement
If early voting numbers are any indication, turnout could be on the rise during this election season.
The house at 401 Harris Street was vacated after a judge ordered its residents to leave due to code and safety violations.
A boy has been rescued, but the U.S. Coast Guard is still searching for two adults and a child.
After a day and a half of searching, the U.S. Coast Guard suspended its search Sunday for three potential survivors of a helicopter crash near Lituya Bay.
The Juneau-Douglas High School girls cross country team completed the leap of a lifetime on Saturday afternoon at Bartlett High School. A year after finishing… Continue reading
Two public health nurses from Juneau are helping in the wake of Hurricane Florence.
Juneau United’s season drew to a close on Saturday night with a 65-12 loss to Bartlett High School in Anchorage. The unified football team finishes… Continue reading
More than a year after it burned down, a Project Playground reopened Saturday.
Katy Giorgio spoke Friday at University of Alaska Southeast for the Evening at Egan lecture series about the “Princess Sophia” opera.
Correction: Brett Kavanaugh is nominated to replace retired Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy, not deceased justice Antonin Scalia. This article has been updated to reflect… Continue reading
Students at Sayéik Gastineau Community School rummaged through trash at a school assembly on Friday. A shark, a dolphin, a salmon and a warrior looked… Continue reading
City officials hope the road will serve as the foundation of development on the backside of Douglas.
The non-binding plan calls for carbon tax, reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.
The U.S. Coast Guard and Capital City Fire/Rescue had to work together Thursday to get a cruise passenger off his ship and to the hospital