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Governor proposes cutting almost half of university’s total operating budget
It would be the largest budget cut in the university’s 100-year history.
Once more with feeling: Juneau poetry contest winner gets second shot at state
It was a very happy birthday for high schooler Morgan Blackgoat.
Thunder Mountain students swap art with New York City artist
They’ve got mail.
Video: How to get out after falling through the ice
CCFR provides a demonstration.
Coast Guard suspends search for overdue flight
Three Juneau residents were aboard medevac plane traveling from Anchorage to Kake.
Dream come true: 8-year-old wins trip to Super Bowl
‘Super Kid’ is Super Bowl bound.
Meet the good Samaritan behind the dramatic Mendenhall Lake rescue
Right place, right time, right equipment.
Juneau schools get first snow day since 2011
Decision comes after a foot of snowfall.
It’s time for snow
Snow falls in downtown Juneau on Jan. 10, 2019. Read more about the winter storm here. Video by Michael Penn | Juneau Empire… Continue reading
Man safe after breaking through Mendenhall Lake
‘Good citizen’ provides rescue.
LeBon tops Dodge by one vote after House race recount
LeBon picked up two votes during the recount.
Watch Live: Princess Cruises Capital City Classic basketball tournament
Tune in to see the games here.
After 30 years, DIPAC aquarium keeper calls it a career
He’s got a fishy story.
Cabaret singers take on holiday classics
Gateway to cabaret will be open.
Salsa 101: How to dance with two left feet
Leave the XtraTufs at home.
Video: This senior hula group is spreading Christmas cheer
It’s a hula dancing Christmas.
Walker laments how fiscal crisis dominated tenure
Tattoo parlor offers discounts, raise money for suicide prevention
In the coming weeks, you might see a lot more tattoos like the semicolon behind Amy Ridle’s right ear or the fresh one on her… Continue reading
A guitar and a few pedals make Avery Stewart a one-man band
Meet Juneau’s one-man band.
Lecture questions Western names for Native places
Names given by Alaska Natives to people and places are far from arbitrary.