Susan Kendig

Susan Kendig

Fighting for funding: How proposed budget would affect the University of Alaska

“Education is a job creator.”

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Song and dance filled a library conference room.

Firefighter injured during brush fire response

The suspected cause is fireworks.

Sgt. Cesar Rodriquez, left, and Sgt. Kenneth Byrd, of the U.S. Army’s 74th Engineer Dive Detachment check their gauges one last time before submerging on a project at the Don D. Statter Boat Harbor in Auke Bay on Friday, Aug. 16, 2019. Members of the U.S. Army’s 74th Engineer Dive Detachment and U.S. Coast Guard Regional Dive Locker West worked together to inspect and replace the bolts holding the harbor’s breakwater together. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)
Army-Coast Guard team-up is going down

Dive teams stage joint exercise in Alaska.

Police calls for Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019

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In this Aug. 6 photo, Steven Downs is led into a courtroom for arraignment in Anchorage. Downs has pleaded not guilty after being charged in the sexual assault and murder of a woman in Alaska in a case that remained unsolved for years. Downs entered his plea Wednesday in a courtroom in Fairbanks. He is charged in the death of Sophie Sergie, who was found stabbed and shot in a bathtub at a University of Alaska Fairbanks dormitory. (AP Photo | Mark Thiessen)
Man charged in Alaska cold case killing pleads not guilty

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Conservationists promote the Tongass as bulwark against climate change

Conservationist Dominick DellaSala asks can the Tongass save Alaska?

‘Molly of Denali’ drums up fun, cultural pride

Cartoon tells Native stories with Native voices.

The Crown Princess, owned and operated by Princess Cruises, steams by the ruins of the Treadwell Mine’s salt water Pump House and toward Juneau’s downtown harbor in this September 2015 photo. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire File)
Cruise ship complaint numbers for this year may surprise you

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