The task of preparing for a complex murder trial has proven difficult for the defense attorney in the case, as she said Thursday that she’s still missing thousands of pages of discovery in the case.
Drivers out the road might encounter a somewhat new sight on Thursdays this month: A small armada of commercial seine boats, fishing in close proximity, yards away from the Juneau road system.
A kitchen fire sent smoke and residents streaming out of the Mendenhall Tower Apartments on Thursday morning, Capital City Fire/Rescue officials said on the scene.
A former Empire reporter recently won an Emmy Award for her production company’s work on an Alaska historical documentary.
More floats registered for this year’s Juneau parade, committee director Jean Sztuk said, that organizers had to turn a few entrants away. The Douglas parade was also a success, organizers say.
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated Santiago Hoff came in third place in the 9- and 10-year-old division. Elias Lowell placed third in the race. This article has been updated to reflect the change.
Sunny weather and unblemished skies drew thousands to downtown Juneau and Douglas on Wednesday for Fourth of July festivities.
About 100 feet from where Firefighter Emily Lockie stood prior to the start of Wednesday’s annual Make & Break hose race, a memento of the race’s past hung on the wall of the Douglas Fire Hall.
For 9-year-old Aaron Hull, racing in the Soapbox Challenge is by-and-large a good time.
Returning to Juneau for the ninth time, boylesque troupe Mod Carousel is bringing two new shows to Juneau this Saturday titled “Pop!”