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.
The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities has announced plans for road work in the heart of Douglas.
After almost three months of investigation, the cause of a fatal fire in September is still undetermined.
The Juneau Community Foundation granted more than $30,000 worth of grant money to three elementary school projects. The money comes from the foundation’s newly formed Youth Fund and its Education Fund.
After bad weather grounded the holiday tradition last year, the annual Christmas Lights Flights event is taking Juneauites to the skies this Friday night in festive fashion.
With unseasonably warm weather hitting Juneau this month, perhaps it’s fitting that a band from a warmer climate is headlining a show this coming Saturday.
Starting next month, Juneau’s domestic violence shelter is going to offer its full services to people of all gender identities.
The concept that got particularly positive feedback from the attendees was the one to extend Glacier Highway to the McNugget intersection.
If you live in Lemon Creek and you hear gunshots this month and next, it might be the Juneau Police Department.
Update: The full AEL&P response has now been published.