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One injury reported in downtown boat yard fire

One injury reported in downtown boat yard fireAssistant Fire Chief Ed Quinto says multiple boats, multiple shipping containers and one structure were on fire in the boat yard.

Juneau jury to hear lawsuit filed by Hoonah officer’s widow

Juneau jury to hear lawsuit filed by Hoonah officer’s widowHaley Tokuoka filed the wrongful death lawsuit two years after death of Officer Matthew Tokuoka and Sgt. Tony Wallace.

Update: Bullet found inside airport security triggers sweep

Update: Bullet found inside airport security triggers sweepAn Alaska Airlines pilot found a .22 caliber bullet on a jetway. About 105 passengers on two flights were affected by the security sweep that followed.

Senate passes pot bill, without concentrates ban

Senate passes pot bill, without concentrates banSen. Pete Kelly likened the making of marijuana concentrates like butane hash oil to the manufacture of meth, and said that children would die if his amendment did not pass.

Juneau residents speak out on operating budget proposal

Juneau residents speak out on operating budget proposalJuneau residents who testified on the latest version of the state operating budget Monday urged lawmakers to reverse proposed cuts to early childhood education, the state ferry system and public broadcasting.

Seward statue project moving ahead

Seward statue project moving aheadOrganizers hope to erect a bronze sculpture of William Henry Seward by the 150th anniversary of the Alaska purchase.

Former Sen. Kookesh takes subsistence violation to state’s high court

Former Sen. Kookesh takes subsistence violation to state’s high courtFormer state Sen. Albert Kookesh and three friends are contesting the Alaska Department of Fish & Game’s authority to unilaterally set subsistence bag limits.

How a Juneau kid turned his passion into a profession

How a Juneau kid turned his passion into a professionIn "The Unrideables: Alaska Range," Jon Devore literally flies off snowy cliffs.

Juneau Symphony to perform “Russian Portraits” with final conductor candidate

Juneau Symphony to perform “Russian Portraits” with final conductor candidateJeremy Briggs Roberts is the musical director and conductor of the Washington Idaho Symphony.

Bill to eliminate Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission clears first hurdle

Bill to eliminate Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission clears first hurdleAnchorage Rep. Charisse Millett says she's not out to destroy the agency.
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