A Juneau judge on Thursday rejected a proposed plea deal for the reality TV stars on Discovery Channels’ “Alaskan Bush People” who are accused of Permanent Fund Dividend fraud, saying the deal was too lenient and needed to include jail time to “carry some teeth.”
Juneau Superior Court Judg...
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Sealaska Heritage Institute said Wednesday that it has acquired a sacred Chilkat robe from an eBay seller who willingly took a loss on the transaction so the piece could be repatriated to the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian peoples.
The weather wizards were right.
On Wednesday morning, Juneauites woke up to find that the National Weather Service winter storm warning had held true: Snow covered the capital city, and more continued falling throughout the day.
Batman has the bat signal. Spider-man has his spider sense. And snow-fighters — the name adopted by Juneau’s snow removal operators — have weather alerts from the National Weather Service. All three work to keep the community safe, but it’s the snow-fighters who are already at work when dang...