After several weeks of work and discussion, the City and Borough of Juneau Assembly unanimously approved the Fiscal Year 2019 budget at Monday night’s meeting.
JPD receives funding for two more officers, recruitment; Eaglecrest gets money for snowmaking equipmentTue, 06/05/2018 - 12:13
One People Canoe Society members gather from Southeast Alaska for festival celebrating Alaska Native culture.
Juneau residents will see a few thousand more cruise line passengers that normal as a new “mega-ship” arrives today.
Police say a man allegedly trying to start fights in the downtown area was stabbed by another man on Sunday afternoon.
The 56-acre fire at the Berners Bay area is no longer a threat, according to the U.S. Forest Service
Starting Wednesday, songs, art and regalia from Alaska Native people from Southeast Alaska and beyond will fill the streets of Juneau as the biennial festival celebrating Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian cultures, Celebration, begins.
Max Goldrich is finding out pretty quickly what it takes to run a food truck.
Alaska’s petrogylphs & lessons that span an ocean: Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians learn from each other on environmental topicsWed, 06/06/2018 - 10:19
Just a few steps into the woods, everything changes.
Rick Smith, Blain Hatch, Kelly Magee served combined 75 years with department.
Patrick “Biscuit” Kane Jr., was identified as a person of interest in the May 23 robbery, during which he allegedly pulled a knife on store employees.