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Man charged with child sex abuse 

updated 12:47pm

A 39-year-old Juneau man was arrested Saturday after a grand jury indicted him on charges of sexual abuse of a minor, indecent photography and possession of child pornography, according to court documents.

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Revenue officials explain tax credit issue flagged by Walker

Today, 12:17am

JUNEAU - State Revenue department officials told lawmakers Monday that the tax credits that were a source of contention in an opinion piece by Gov.

Snow today in Juneau, gone tomorrow

Today, 7:03am

Colder temperatures are expected to bring the second significant snowfall of the year to Juneau today, though the snow is expected to be short-lived.

After federal announcement, governor talks secession

Today, 9:35am

Gov. Bill Walker said he will “consider all options” when asked if he will consider Alaska’s secession from the United States after President Barack Obama said he will ask Congress to designate the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as wilderness and limit offshore drilling in the Arctic.

City officials weigh fines, regulations for marijuana

Today, 12:18am

Although the state has banned marijuana use in public, Juneau officials are taking their own steps to clarify regulations covering recreational pot in the capital city.

Gun shop owner accused of hiding evidence

Today, 2:39pm
The attorney for a family bringing a wrongful death lawsuit against Juneau gun shop owner Ray Coxe is accusing him of hiding “crucial evidence,” such as prior audits and firearm sale violations, ...

FASD: Talk about it or 'pay for it'

Today, 2:40pm

Alaska has the highest rate of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder among states that track data, the Department of Health and Social Services reported in 2010.

District considers deficit atop deficit

Today, 3:03pm

The Juneau School District is expected to take another blow, as reports from the Alaska Legislature and Gov. Bill Walker's draft budget suggest it will receive much less money than previously expected. With the school district already facing a $2.

Photo: Scouting the route

Today, 12:16am

From left to right, Jeff Machakos, Matt Callahan, Geoff Roes and John Nagel look for a route down into the Perseverance Trail basin on Tuesday morning.


Empire Editorial: Climate change - it's 'a thing'

Climate change and whether or not it's real comes down to wording, apparently.
Last week, U.S. senators voted on an amendment during a debate on the Keystone Pipeline and, in doing so, found themselves agreeing climate change is "a thing.

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Wolverine: the Mad Max of the wilderness

Wolverines have been mythologized and misportrayed so much so that when most people think of the species they envision actor Hugh Jackman's chiseled abs, pulsating pecks and ridiculously tight pants. This is a nasty example of reverse anthropomorphism.

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Arts & Culture

Remembering Pat Roppel

Patricia Ann Roppel arrived in Ketchikan as a newlywed home economics teacher in 1959, the same year Alaska became a state — and she was quickly captivated by its history. Canneries, fishing, old ... Read More


Photos: Puppet project

Kindergarten students at Mendenhall River Community School sketch their favorite animals for a life-size puppet.  Read More

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