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The state Alcohol Control Board has killed plans for a bar at Eaglecrest Ski Area this winter. In a Monday afternoon vote, the five-person board… Continue reading
No humans were harmed.
Pretrial officials are still trying to clear up misconceptions about the program.
Their options don’t peter out in the cold months.
St. Vincent De Paul of Juneau lost its leader this summer, but the charitable organization continues to move forward in his absence.
He was arrested in the area of Village Street.
He’s awaiting trial for attempting to smuggle drugs into prison.
It’s mid-morning at an oxbow on the Mendenhall River, and signs of change are all around. A handful of spruce trees, felled by river erosion,… Continue reading
Six days after Taylor Cope outran police, he was found and arrested.
The police officer was hit in the head from behind.
The ‘eyesore’ likely isn’t moving anytime soon.
Federal investigators have closed their investigation into an Admiralty Island plane crash discovered last year, nine years after its pilot and his younger son went… Continue reading
The sole survivor of a fatal helicopter crash has given federal investigators their first insight into the event that killed three people Sept. 28. In… Continue reading
Late-night grub shack closes, but another will soon take its place.
Group will examine city’s role in child care and gauge public opinion.
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 were rescued Monday morning on William Henry Mountain.
The Assembly took on a new look Monday.
The long, highly publicized case could be coming to an end.
Police are looking for a Juneau man wanted on multiple warrants.