The ceremony will recount the lives of three enforcement officers who were killed on duty in 2013.
The Juneau Community Charter School is getting a 56 percent increase to its budget through an upcoming change in state law.
Sandra Gelber, 61, died Sunday. Her body is being sent to the State Medical Examiner Office in Anchorage for an autopsy.
Six hundred and eighty-five students received awards including bachelor’s and graduate degrees, occupational endorsements, and certificates.
Jacobsen/Daniels Associates started operations at the Airport on Thursday after a short-term contract with Marlintini’s Lounge owner Ethan Billings ended.
Heritage Coffee Roasting Company plans to close its two current downtown locations to open a larger café on the corner of Front and Seward. The space, owned by Goldstein Improvement Company, was most recently occupied by Peer Amid Beads.
It’s been 30 years since Golden Wheel Amusements brought a carnival to Juneau.
Community members want "someone that can built trust in the community," says Steve Rasmussen.
Erin's Law, a bill requiring school districts to implement sexual abuse education, seemed poised to become law
"You cannot claim to be a Christian or a person of any religion and support violence or war. Period," John Dear says.