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Assembly adopts ordinance to curb fencing of stolen goods

Assembly adopts ordinance to curb fencing of stolen goodsPolice Lt. David Campbell described property crimes as a “massive” problem in Juneau.

With Capitol renovations on schedule, contractors get more work

With Capitol renovations on schedule, contractors get more workThe Alaska Legislative Council approved an additional $650,000 to its $5.8 million Capitol building renovation contract on Thursday.

Why the FAA is paying for new Juneau hiking trails

Why the FAA is paying for new Juneau hiking trailsFAA grant money paid a safer airport runway, and in the process, land preservation likely to lead to new hiking trails in Juneau.

New Eagle and Raven totem poles to rise this month

New Eagle and Raven totem poles to rise this monthHaida carving brothers Joe and T.J. Young began carving the totem poles with axes and chainsaws last year. Friday, they were working with small hand tools.

Open container check in Marine Park turns into brawl with police

Open container check in Marine Park turns into brawl with policePolice say they arrested four people in Marine Park after they grabbed, headbutted and fought officers.

Juneau police seize pot, $42,000 cash from 21-year-old’s home

Juneau police seize pot, $42,000 cash from 21-year-old’s homePolice searched the suspect's home and arrested him Tuesday--the same day a judge signed paperwork setting aside his 2013 misdemeanor drug conviction.

As budget deficit looms, Juneau Assembly eyes tax breaks

As budget deficit looms, Juneau Assembly eyes tax breaksWith another year of multimillion dollar budget deficits on the horizon, the Juneau Assembly is reviewing the city's 37 sales and property tax exemptions.

How squeaky wheels are driving changes in Juneau’s tree cutting policy

How squeaky wheels are driving changes in Juneau’s tree cutting policyThis isn’t a story about a scandal, but about how a few vocal and connected residents became the proverbial squeaky wheel.

Empty Chair Project recognizes Juneau’s Japanese WWII internees

Empty Chair Project recognizes Juneau’s Japanese WWII interneesMore than 200 people attended the dedication ceremony for a bronze sculpture recognizing Southeast Alaska's internees

Mendenhall flood waters begin to recede

Mendenhall flood waters begin to recedeAfter setting a flooding record, waters have begun to recede on Mendenhall Lake and River.