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Search for stolen bike uncovers stash of parts 

A Juneau woman's search for her stolen bike uncovered a stash of bike parts on a trail in the Mendenhall Valley.

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Hurricanes rock Ketchikan

10/19/14

A Hurricane hit Ketchikan on Saturday, or rather, multiple Hurricanes blew past the visiting Ravens team at Adair Kennedy Field by a score of 45-6.

From fire hall to food truck

10/19/14

After years of practice in the Capital City Fire & Rescue test kitchen, newly retired firefighter Marc Ormsby is now working on making cooking his full-time passion.

Bikers brave bears, bogs at Dredge Lake

10/19/14

Kevin Sellers topped a field of 10 riders who braved the bear reports, rain and boggy one-lane paths during the 7.5-mile Dredge Lake Mountain Bike Race (or ride) behind the Forest Service District Ranger Offices on Mendenhall Lop Road on Saturday.

Supreme Court denies Alaska's request

10/19/14

ANCHORAGE - After a short hiatus, gay marriage once again became legal in the state of Alaska when the U.S. Supreme Court on Friday declined to intervene.


Access denied

10/19/14

Wheelchair-bound Juneau resident Ivan Nance is challenging the accessibility of public buildings and services for disabled individuals in Alaska's capital city.

Finding a way to thrive

10/19/14

Ten years ago this December, Marie-Jeanne Cadle was struggling to live through the darkest days of her life. A year after receiving treatment for cancer, she was still fighting an adverse reaction to chemotherapy and still on morphine.

Dunbar: 'I believe in local governance'

10/19/14

With only a few weeks left before the Nov. 4 election, 30-year-old Democrat Forrest Dunbar is still battling to unseat 41-year incumbent Don Young, the most senior Republican representative in Congress.

Senator plans to investigate Guard situation

10/19/14

ANCHORAGE - State Sen. Lesil McGuire says the Legislature will hold hearings into sexual assault and other allegations involving members of the Alaska National Guard, but she's getting push back from the Senate president.
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Sports

Bikers brave bears, bogs at Dredge Lake

Kevin Sellers topped a field of 10 riders who braved the bear reports, rain and boggy one-lane paths during the 7.5-mile Dredge Lake Mountain Bike Race (or ride) behind the Forest Service District Ranger Offices on Mendenhall Lop Road on Saturday.

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Outdoors

From field to freezer

Some of the 16 students in the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Field to Freezer meat processing class last Saturday had hunted caribou, moose, antelope, grouse, ptarmigan, or whitetail deer before.

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In regards to the Juneau Access Project, which option do you prefer?

A: East side of Lynn Canal to the. Katzehin River delta.
44% (23 votes)
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4% (2 votes)
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46% (24 votes)
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6% (3 votes)
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