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Eaglecrest tops list of deepest snow

Eaglecrest tops list of deepest snow

38″ at the base, 148″ at the top

JPD offers reward for illegal drug import tips

JPD offers reward for illegal drug import tips

The Juneau Police Department is offering a reward for reliable tips on illegal drug imports to the capital city.

Juneau drugs by the numbers

Juneau drugs by the numbers

Police say the number of people charged with drug crimes is trending upward

Rain causes urban snow slides; danger is subsiding

Rain causes urban snow slides; danger is subsiding

The rain is creating drainage channels in the snowpack

Strong winds snap spruce tree

Strong winds snap spruce tree

A large Sitka spruce tree toppled over in Juneau’s Evergreen Cemetery during a storm that blew through Southeast Alaska Tuesday.

“Field of Fireweed” to stay a field for now

“Field of Fireweed” to stay a field for now

The Juneau Planning Commission opted not to put a rezone request for the 82-acre property back on the table.

Juneau school board pushes for increased state funding for education

Juneau school board pushes for increased state funding for education

The Juneau Board of Education on Tuesday approved its legislative priorities for the next year.

Capital Transit could expand to Riverside Drive but not Costco

Capital Transit could expand to Riverside Drive but not Costco

“Service into Riverside brings service to a lot of people who aren’t served now,” says Geoff Slater with Nelson/Nygaard

Project Labor Agreement review process passes muster with Assembly committee

Project Labor Agreement review process passes muster with Assembly committee

The Assembly Public Works and Facilities Committee on Monday voted unanimously to send a resolution establishing the procedure to the full Assembly with a “do pass” recommendation.

Deal in the works to avert Juneau’s “fecal cliff”

Deal in the works to avert Juneau’s “fecal cliff”

The proposal calls for landfill operator Waste Management to continue shipping the city’s processed sewage sludge to the Lower 48 for the next five years.