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Police arrest man for vehicle theft a week after car chase
Six days after Taylor Cope outran police, he was found and arrested.
Woman arrested for hitting police officer
The police officer was hit in the head from behind.
Owner of Mendenhall Tower backs Begich
The owner of the Mendenhall Tower Apartments is backing Begich.
Hilary Lindh scholarship open
Eaglecrest Ski Area is now accepting applicants for the Hilary Lindh Scholarship. Four finalists will receive a complimentary season pass, and all applicants will receive… Continue reading
Player of the Week: Leilani Eshnaur
Leilani Eshnaur is the Juneau Empire’s player of the week. Eshnaur, a senior at Thunder Mountain High School, posted a team-high 16 digs in the… Continue reading
Planet Alaska: Welcome to Alaska, now please go home
Welcome to Alaska, now please go home. One of many Alaskans’ favorite times of year is finally upon us: the end of tourist season! We… Continue reading
Artful Teaching integrates creative concepts into old school subjects
Anyone who lived through the ’90s would recognize the sound Saturday coming from Dzantik’i Heeni Middle School’s library. While Los del Rio’s “Macarena” played, about… Continue reading
Douglas Public Library hosts monster-making event
Furry or scaly, fearsome or silly, happy or angry, crayon or glitter — Douglas Public Library had every sort of monster imaginable. The library held… Continue reading
Juneau piano series starts with performance from its organizer
Jon Hays isn’t just the first performer in the Juneau Piano Series, he’s also its founder and artistic director. Hays, who grew up in Juneau,… Continue reading
Visiting professor to talk education innovation at UAS lecture
Sean Anderson, Ph.D., thinks universities should be doing business differently. Undergraduate science students should be in the field collecting data for long-term research projects, not… Continue reading
Local guitarists show off the instrument’s versatility at Joy of Strings
The delicate melody of “Over the Raindbow” that filled the Goldtown Theater wasn’t coming from Judy Garland. Juneau musician Dan Hopson was playing the tune… Continue reading
Former Juneauite’s new film ‘Wildland’ to air on PBS
Wildland firefighters don’t do a lot of actual firefighting in Kahlil Hudson’s new film “Wildland.”
South African singer, guitarist starts concert series Season 45
The Voice is going to kickoff the concert series. South African artist Vusi “The Voice” Mahlasela will start Season 45 of the Performing Arts and… Continue reading
Alaska Day open house at State Library, Archives and Museum
Alaska Day means an open house at the State Archives, Library and Museum and an all-Alaskan literary gathering at its store. The Alaska State Archives… Continue reading
New mayor forms child care task force
Group will examine city’s role in child care and gauge public opinion.
Downtown trick-or-treating projects to be biggest ever
This year’s Halloween will be the biggest ever for downtown Juneau’s business district, as 71 businesses will be participating in trick-or-treating. Businesses plan to give… Continue reading
Three hunters rescued unharmed from mountain
Three hunters were rescued Monday morning on William Henry Mountain.
Alaska plans statewide earthquake drill for Thursday
The Alaska division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is urging Alaskans to participate in “The Great Alaska Shakeout,” a statewide earthquake drill, at 10:18… Continue reading
Eating Wild: Salmon quiche with sweet potato crust
I’m always looking for new ways to use salmon.
Weldon, three new Assembly members take their seats
The Assembly took on a new look Monday.