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Two guns, two schools, one week

Two guns, two schools, one weekJuneau police responded to two incidents of guns in schools last week, which is unusual in the capital city.

Mess at JDHS quickly cleaned up; won’t hinder graduation

Vandalism at Juneau-Douglas High School Thursday morning left a nasty mess in the entryway of the school and required the commons be closed for a … more

Update: Police arrest 17-year-old with a handgun near TMHS

Update: Police arrest 17-year-old with a handgun near TMHSThunder Mountain High School and Riverbend Elementary were placed in lockdown this morning

JPD to beef up patrols for Memorial Day, graduation weekend

JPD to beef up patrols for Memorial Day, graduation weekendJPD will have 13 additional officers working over the weekend, with patrols throughout the Juneau road system.

Juneau police seize BB gun brought to school

Juneau police seize BB gun brought to schoolLt. David Campbell says the realistic looking BB gun was seized along with another found at the suspect's house.

Assembly ignores budget comments on school funding and ice arena

Assembly ignores budget comments on school funding and ice arenaThe Juneau Assembly approved a budget that cuts 12 full-time employees, reduces services and doesn’t fund the school district at the highest level.

Gelbrich is finalist for Kelso, Wash. job

Gelbrich is finalist for Kelso, Wash. jobGelbrich has said his reason for seeking a new job is a desire to live closer to family in Oregon. Kelso is about 48 miles north of Portland.

Auke Bay children celebrate their new school

Auke Bay children celebrate their new schoolAuke Bay Elementary School was totally renovated -- from the ground up -- mostly while school was in session.

‘I am a girl on the run’

‘I am a girl on the run’The founder of Girls on the Run, an after-school running program that empowers girls to be healthy, happy and confident, visited Juneau.

Murkowski introduces legislation to continue funding Native language programs

Murkowski introduces legislation to continue funding Native language programsAlaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski and South Dakota Sen. Tim Johnson introduce the 2014 Native American Languages Reauthorization Act