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Feds to help fund Juneau’s drug enforcement efforts
Help is on the way.
Looking back at the year in crime
Public safety was a hot topic all year.
Conspirators sentenced in Juneau, Ketchikan drug cases
A meth-filled teddy bear was involved in one case.
Police ID Thanksgiving shooting suspect
The victim is in stable condition.
Troopers look for man on the run
He’s awaiting trial for attempting to smuggle drugs into prison.
Commercial fishing couple sentenced to year in prison for tax evasion
A Southeast Alaska husband and wife were sentenced to a year in prison for not paying taxes.
Syringe exchange in danger of going under
More than 100 people regularly use the syringe exchange, but the program could fold at the end of the year.
A bridge away from stigma
A few dozen gathered on Saturday on the Douglas Bridge, holding hands in an outstretched line at the bridge’s apex. Together, they recited a verse.… Continue reading
Feds sentence Southeast drug conspirators
Co-conspirators in multiple drug cases were sentenced in federal court this week.
Man indicted after Customs intercepts drug shipments
A Juneau man was indicted earlier this month for shipping drugs into Juneau from China, according to the indictment.
Valley resident facing meth distribution charges
A Juneau man is facing felony charges after he admitted to intending to distribute methamphetamine in Juneau.
Meth use surging throughout state, in Juneau
The amount of methamphetamine use in Alaska has been surging.
Local organizations prepare to celebrate recovery, combat stigma
For those who are in recovery from a substance use disorder, a little bit of positivity can go a long way. This month, in celebration… Continue reading