It’s been more than a year since a man walked into the Travelodge Hotel in the Mendenhall Valley, brandished what appeared to be a gun at a terrified hotel guest and attacked the front desk clerk to steal an estimated $250-$400 from the till.
This coming Saturday, some Juneauites will get away from the sound of sleigh bells and Christmas carols and dance to some old-time string music.
The Juneau Police Department is still looking for the suspect or suspects who burglarized a business on South Franklin Street in October.
A study into the intersection of Egan Drive and Yandukin Drive near Fred Meyer is exploring future options for the dangerous intersection, and the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities is looking for input from members of the public.
A man who allegedly broke into a Mendenhall Valley residence and beat a man with a metal baton was indicted Thursday on one count of third-degree assault and a count of first-degree burglary.
The Yanyeidi Wolf pole is going up at Savikko Park to memorialize when the City of Douglas burned down the Douglas Indian Village in 1962 to build Douglas Harbor.
Two of five Young Fishing Fellows in inaugural class hail from Juneau and will help steward projects aimed at increasing youth access to the fishing industry.
A heat wave unprecedented in the past 73 years has toppled weather records across Alaska, particularly in Southeast Alaska.
One of the world’s foremost chimney experts will briefly join forces with Juneau’s fire department this weekend and next.
Construction on Cultural Immersion Park may start next summer.