A restitution hearing was held Wednesday in Juneau Superior Court for the victims of the March 12, 2006 fire that destroyed the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, McPhetres Hall, and the Shelby Edwards home. Robert Huber, now serving time in prison for arson, could end up paying the Edwards family and the church’s insurance carrier as much as $3.6 million. Meanwhile, some of the victims of the fire are already moving on with their lives.
- Chris Orman worked for the City & Borough of Juneau from May 2013 to January 2016 before becoming the assistant DA in Sitka.
- Juneau District Court Judge Keith Levy is retiring October 31 after over 11 years on the bench.
- Video surveillance showed a car ramming the garage door, which was damaged.
- Instead of lyrics about immigrant stereotypes, drugs and violence, these fourth graders are recruiting for a community cleanup.