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High heat and human habituating are contributing factors.
“When you have a Mila Cosgrove…”
The focus is initially going to be on a single service route.
Rent relief is flowing, but it’s too soon to tell if evictions will spike
The volunteer was motivated by another recent search and rescue case.
Over $4,300 was raised in June.
Police say she is safe.
What a difference a year makes.
Former Empire reporter returns to Juneau after many years covering news in Longyearbyen.
It marks the first time a Tlingit design has been featured on a stamp, according to SHI.
Session to begin Aug. 16, after lawmakers request delay.
Masks are now mandatory for everyone, regardless of vaccine status, for all indoor public settings.
The break-in resulted in thousands of dollars of damage.
Plans set to expire Oct. 31, fine dropped
Hospitalizations remain low locally, but there’s concern about a surge.
Accusations remain unconfirmed.
A special meeting is set for Wednesday evening
Record earnings, lengthy debate.
Glacial retreat and natural tide fluctuations offer protection