The 25th edition of Juneau Jazz and Classics wraps up this weekend. The silver anniversary festival has grown to three weeks with paid and free concerts held all over town, including the popular State Office Building lunch-time concerts.
Rosemarie Alexander takes a look at one that brought a lot of youngsters to their feet.
- House Bill 159 would cut the number of days’ supply of opioid pills in a single prescription.
- The Juneau Assembly has appointed a three-member task force to focus on the community's growing homeless problem.
- Witnesses report an explosion and then a frantic effort by concertgoers to flee. Ariana Grande had just finished her show.
- More than 100 people, many clad in rain jackets, braved a cool, overcast Saturday morning and gathered in midtown Anchorage’s Cuddy Midtown Park, urging lawmakers to support public education funding.