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BP plans Alaska layoffs

BP plans Alaska layoffsBP plans to cut its Alaska workforce by 17 percent by early next year.

State files to participate in Big Thorne lawsuits

State files to participate in Big Thorne lawsuitsThe filings claim that Alaska’s interests might not be adequately represented by federal defense attorneys.

Cheaper turboprops lower some AK jet fares

Cheaper turboprops lower some AK jet faresCost-cutting on an Alaska Airlines Railbelt route is lowering fares in Southeast.

California pair charged for drugs

A California couple faces multiple felony drug charges after allegedly attempting to smuggle more than 55 grams of methamphetamine into Ketchikan.

Wasilla police involved in fatal shooting

Wasilla police say they are investigating an officer-involved shooting that left a 23-year-old man dead.

BP Alaska plans layoffs following Hilcorp sale

BP Alaska plans layoffs following Hilcorp saleBP Alaska, a major player in the state's oil industry, is planning to lay off 275 employees and contractors early next year.

Young announces plans for 3 House debates, forums

Young announces plans for 3 House debates, forumsU.S. Rep. Don Young has agreed to participate in three debates and forums in the lead-up to the November general election.

Rollover collision in Mendenhall Valley totals 3 cars

Juneau Police reported a four-vehicle collision at Mendenhall Loop Road and Egan Drive Saturday evening. The accident blocked traffic for about an hour.

Pedestrian sideswiped by vehicle on North Douglas

A pedestrian was injured after being hit by an alleged drunk driver Sunday morning.

Crime Line highlights Mendenhall Valley tool theft

This week, the Juneau Crime Line is highlighting an Aug. 26th theft of high value tools in the Mendenhall Valley.