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A man claiming to have an explosive device robbed the Northrim Bank near the Nugget Mall this morning, Juneau police say.
The district wants voters to approve a bond measure for school renovations before a law stopping state reimbursements for school construction takes effect.
“There will always be hard feelings for what she’s done to me,” said Debbie Greene, mother of a slain Hoonah police officer.
The event is another strategy from the administration to get lawmakers to bring the issue to a vote in the Legislature.
KTOO’s resident Master Gardener explains what to do during early spring planting.
Southeast Alaska’s Tlingit-Haida Central Council is increasing its opposition to mines just across the border in British Columbia.
The Kensington mine, located northwest of Juneau, recently announced the discovery of high-grade gold.
Last weekend, EagleCrest Ski Area received 20 inches of precipitation at its highest elevation, and about six inches at the base. Senior Hydrologist Aaron Jacobs says overall, our winter has been mild and wet.
The board being proposed now wouldn’t be able to hire and fire its own CEO.
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The Juneau Skating Club helped Treadwell Arena bring a close to another season last weekend with a two-performance evening.
Police say a 64-year-old man’s loaded pistol was confiscated after it was found in his carry-on bag at Juneau International Airport.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has denied an emergency motion for an injunction that would have delayed the Big Thorne Timber Sale pending an appeal of a lower-court ruling.
A failed season has left Juneau’s Eaglecrest Ski Area struggling with the fallout of lost revenue.
With Julie Kitka, the president of the Alaska Federation of Natives by his side, Walker announced at a press conference that the state would make it easier for Alaska Native children to remain with extended family or with tribal members in adoption cases.
That gives Alaskans something to cheer about, but the head of the U.S. Energy Information Administration told a Senate panel Thursday two political events on the horizon would likely bring the global price down.
The Legislature has advanced a contentious education bill that would allow parents to opt out of standardized tests and certain school curricula.
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At least five people have been killed, immigrant-owned businesses have been attacked and thousands have sought refuge at temporary shelters. The government has condemned the violence.
Sony reacted angrily to the news that the leaked emails and private documents are now available in a searchable archive. WikiLeaks says they belong in the public domain.
Research shows the mutual gazing between pooches and people spurs release of a “trust hormone” in both. The results suggest dogs really may love us back.
Large projects funded by the bank have left millions of poor people worse off, an investigation found. The bank says the vast majority of its projects don’t fall into this category.