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A widow’s journey through grief, anger and art

A widow’s journey through grief, anger and artJuneau performer Ricci Adan reflects on her husband's 1981 killing.

Premera cyberattack exposes thousands of Alaskans’ data

Premera cyberattack exposes thousands of Alaskans’ dataAbout 650,000 current and former Alaskans are among the 11 million people potentially affected by a cyberattack of Premera.

Tlingit Raven stories get due attention at UAS symposium

Tlingit Raven stories get due attention at UAS symposium"Some of our people got scared of the daylight, ran into the forest. Some of our people hid behind the trees."

Potter to lead Glacier Valley Elementary permanently

Potter to lead Glacier Valley Elementary permanentlyLucy Potter has been the interim principal since the start of the school year.

Gold Medal Basketball Tournament tips off Sunday

Gold Medal Basketball Tournament tips off SundayThe tournament brings people from communities all over Southeast to the capital city.

Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories project

Juneau Library to launch Alaska Native stories projectThe library's StoryCorps project will focus on Alaska Native educational experiences.

District’s budget proposes maintaining class sizes, cuts to activities

District’s budget proposes maintaining class sizes, cuts to activitiesOf the $2 million worth of budget cuts, the largest is almost $700,000 for high school activities.

Re-entry program gives inmates hope to succeed inside and out

Re-entry program gives inmates hope to succeed inside and outThe Success Inside and Out event offers soon-to-be-released inmates resources for when they’re released.

Transgender support group starts in Juneau

Transgender support group starts in Juneau"I want to reach people who feel alone in their differentness," says one of the groups organizers Zeif Parish.

With class sizes on the rise, Juneau School Board asks Assembly for full funding

With class sizes on the rise, Juneau School Board asks Assembly for full funding"What we’re asking is to fund to the cap and see if we can get some of those activities funds back. I know that’s a hard ask. We’re all hurting," said Superintendent Mark Miller.