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.
Finding early childhood care is challenging in Juneau, and it’s about to get tougher.
A little before 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Kalean Rielly smelled smoke as she was alone at her mother’s house on Ross Way.
Two of three Juneau lawmakers in the Alaska Legislature may not run for re-election this year.
Youthful entrepreneurs talk hurdles, opportunities facing future of food security in Juneau.
The Coast Guard says it rescued a woman who jumped into Gastineau Channel Tuesday evening from a downtown Juneau pier.
Gov. Bill Walker is giving his annual State of State Address Thursday night and you can watch it live on juneauempire.com.
The Canvas Community Art Studio & Gallery is holding its annual fundraising dinner on Saturday, Jan. 27.
One year after almost 1,000 people gathered in front of the Alaska State Capitol for a demonstration of women’s rights, organizers are planning a sequel event.