An Arkansas judge has delayed a decision on whether to transfer the Kevin Thornton murder case to juvenile court until it’s clear whether previous juvenile records can be admitted as evidence.
The City and Borough of Juneau will seek input from the U.S. Attorney’s office on whether the practice of having cruise ship crewmembers tie up tender boats to CBJ docks exposes the city to potential lawsuits.
The first year of the Juneau School District’s “Learn to Swim” program was a “huge success,” according to the co-chair of the city’s Aquatic Facilities Advisory Board.
An Arkansas court will hear motions Tuesday on whether to transfer the Kevin Thornton murder case to juvenile court.
Hecla Mining Company wants to expand the tailings disposal facility at its Greens Creek Mine near Juneau in order to extend the life of the mine an additional 30 to 50 years.
The Alaska House of Representatives adjourned sine die just before 5:30 p.m. today (Monday). In a news conference, House majority leaders blamed the Senate for not dealing with legislation that would formalize a plan for construction of a gas pipeline from the North Slope to Southcentral Alaska.
Juneau residents got rid of five boxes and 182 pounds of old, expired pills Saturday as part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
Greens Creek Mine officials will discuss the facility’s latest expansion plans at tonight’s Juneau Assembly Committee of the Whole Meeting.
A new book from the Sealaska Heritage Institute and the University of Washington Press presents about 3,000 Southeast Alaska Native place names. Many came close to being lost, replaced by Western labels.
Juneau Police arrested a 26-year-old man for assault early this morning (Friday), after finding another man with facial injuries downtown just after 4 a.m.