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Northrim Bank robbed, suspect claiming to have explosives at large

Northrim Bank robbed, suspect claiming to have explosives at largeA man claiming to have an explosive device robbed the Northrim Bank near the Nugget Mall this morning, Juneau police say.

Battle over Medicaid spills onto Capitol steps

Battle over Medicaid spills onto Capitol stepsThe event is another strategy from the administration to get lawmakers to bring the issue to a vote in the Legislature.

Gardentalk – Cheating Mother Nature & Early Planting

Gardentalk – Cheating Mother Nature & Early PlantingKTOO's resident Master Gardener explains what to do during early spring planting.

Juneau School District hopes special election will make $14 million difference

Juneau School District hopes special election will make $14 million differenceThe district wants voters to approve a bond measure for school renovations before a law stopping state reimbursements for school construction takes effect.

SE Tribal council boosts anti-mine campaign

SE Tribal council boosts anti-mine campaignSoutheast Alaska’s Tlingit-Haida Central Council is increasing its opposition to mines just across the border in British Columbia.

United in tragedy, divided in court

United in tragedy, divided in court"There will always be hard feelings for what she’s done to me," said Debbie Greene, mother of a slain Hoonah police officer.

High-grade gold found near Kensington Mine

High-grade gold found near Kensington MineThe Kensington mine, located northwest of Juneau, recently announced the discovery of high-grade gold.

Record low snowpack in Southeast, warm summer ahead

Record low snowpack in Southeast, warm summer aheadLast weekend, EagleCrest Ski Area received 20 inches of precipitation at its highest elevation, and about six inches at the base. Senior Hydrologist Aaron Jacobs says overall, our winter has been mild and wet.

Proposed aquatics board gets stripped of some power

Proposed aquatics board gets stripped of some powerThe board being proposed now wouldn’t be able to hire and fire its own CEO.

Public media cuts could end local programming

Public media cuts could end local programmingSome Alaska public broadcasters would have to give up local programming if the state Senate’s budget cuts go through.
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