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The trial for the 2017 offense concluded in June 2021.
The plane’s sole two occupants immediately swam to shore.
Mandatory registration of Airbnb and similar rentals favored by Assembly members.
Jurors deliberated till late Friday, delivering a verdict.
Juneau’s Assembly members OK drafting bond measure for fall ballot, but not yet sure of the amount.
Law enforcement personnel waited till the man picked up the package before arresting him.
The estimated value was more than $100,000.
Hospital board to reevalute current applicants, may consider new ones, as lengthy search gets longer
Ballot petition repealing required disclosure of price to city has enough signatures, proponents say
The organization brought back its in-person National Trails Day event.
Jurors were deliberating into the evening.
Rain is expected to provide relief over the weekend.
Members of Juneau’s Assembly reject proposal for fall ballot, but residents may see advisory vote.
Finalists withdraw a day before in-person interviews begin, BRH board considers next steps Saturday.
New highs set Tuesday and Wednesday — and Thursday may be hotter; cooler weather expected this weekend
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A different framework.
Hot, dry conditions are creating ideal conditions for grass fires elsewhere in Juneau