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Heritage Coffee Roasting Co. opens new location 

updated 9:50am

Grady Saunders has been caffeinating Juneau since 1974 and roasting beans locally since 1982. Over the years, Heritage Coffee Roasting Co. has expanded, and on Monday it opened the Front Street doors of its newest, most expansive café.

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Cuts meet cuts as city, schools talk budget

Today, 6:57am

The city and its school district came together for the first time Monday night at a Committee of the Whole meeting to discuss school budget planning for fiscal year 2016 and potential cuts due to funding uncertainty.

Woman guilty of drug conspiracy

Today, 6:55am

A 39-year-old woman accused of supplying methamphetamine to a Ketchikan-based drug ring pleaded guilty Monday to a federal drug conspiracy charge. The case was one of several heard in U.S.

Daylight saving change could mean multiple Alaska time zones

Today, 6:52am

An amendment to the existing bill to exempt Alaska from daylight saving time would compel the governor to reopen the door to multiple timezones for the state. Sen.

Teams ready to storm region courts

Today, 6:34am

It is good to be the King. Or in this case, the Kings. But as any ruler knows, a kingdom is only as good as its court.

The Road's new price tag: $4 million

Today, 11:56am

There are many ways the state could fund Juneau's long-debated highway north, but the simplest method could cost the state as little as $3.

Fisherman found dead aboard Kodiak boat

Today, 9:26am
KODIAK — Alaska State Troopers say they have found nothing suspicious in the circumstances surrounding a fishing vessel crew member who was found dead in his bunk. Troopers were notified late ...

Police seek second man linked to burglaries

Today, 8:12am

The Juneau Police Department is seeking the public's help in finding a second person of interest linked to a burglary ring that has struck Juneau businesses for the past three months.
Charles Smith Caroll, 26, has been connected by police to Berton A.

City public works committee advocates electric cars

Today, 9:37am

Some of Juneau's policymakers are throwing their support behind the electric vehicle momement.


Building a legacy of remembrance

If Dick and Candy Behrends could choose their legacy, they'd want it to be that the world remember their son, McKinnon Behrends.
They've established multiple scholarships in his name.

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Arts & Culture

Opera to Go opens 'Cunning Little Vixen'

Leoš Janáček’s opera “The Cunning Little Vixen” (“Příhody lišky Bystroušky”) is somewhat difficult to describe, said Opera to Go's artistic director William Todd Hunt. Based on a serialized comic ... Read More


The unexpected winter

As Alaskans, preparing for winter can be exciting whether we're buying our Eaglecrest season passes, prepping our snowmachines, or bundling up for an adventure deep in the Alaskan snow.

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