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Winter may be cold and dry

Winter may be cold and dryJuneau’s winter could be dry and cold – but not much snow, according to the National Weather Service

Basin Road Bridge reopens Dec. 6

Basin Road Bridge reopens Dec. 6The Basin Road Bridge will remain closed until Dec. 6th.

Shell’s oil spill containment gear ‘crushed like a beer can’ in testing

Shell’s oil spill containment gear ‘crushed like a beer can’ in testingIn September, a key test of underwater oil-spill equipment was a spectacular failure.

Juneau Afternoon 12/3/12

Juneau Afternoon 12/3/12Katie Bausler hosts: We hear about this year’s Holiday Pops concert, Friday at Art Matters, Wednesday’s Saints & Sinners concert, the upcoming Back Country Film Festival, That, Writer’s Almanac, Bird Note, music and more

Mannheimer appointed as chief appeals court judge

Also, Ketchikan Superior Court Judge Trevor Stephens named presiding judge for Southeast.

Friday Newscast 11/30/12


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High winds cancel flights

Some flights into and out of Juneau were cancelled Thursday, due to gusting winds.

Man, daughter, pulled from southwest Alaska lake

Man, daughter, pulled from southwest Alaska lakeA man and his daughter plunged through thin ice on a southwest Alaska lake and were rescued with the aid of a village public safety officer.

Accident ties up traffic on Egan

Accident ties up traffic on EganAn accident on Egan Drive inbound tied up traffic Thursday about 6:30 p.m. near Norway Point.

Juneau Assembly Housing Committee gets to work

Juneau Assembly Housing Committee gets to workCalling all land owners, developers, lenders and realtors. The Juneau Assembly wants to hear from you.
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