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Man arrested for child sexual abuse, pornography

Man arrested for child sexual abuse, pornographyJonathon Hayward is being held on $200,000 bond for abusing a child over a two-year period

Alaska ferry workers authorize strike if negotiations fail

Alaska ferry workers authorize strike if negotiations failThe state and union plan to meet June 10 for another round of negotiations

Man faces child sex abuse charges after investigations by Juneau, Sitka police

Man faces child sex abuse charges after investigations by Juneau, Sitka policeJuneau police say their investigation into Regal Robert Hudson began in March. Sitka police say theirs started in January 2013

Kito: Will there be enough return on Juneau Access to justify investment?

Kito: Will there be enough return on Juneau Access to justify investment?The draft supplemental environmental impact statement for a road out of Juneau is now under review by the Federal Highway Administration.

Salmon Creek turbidity affects drinking water, not power generation

Salmon Creek turbidity affects drinking water, not power generationTurbidity only affects drinking water. It has nothing to do with power generation.

Remembering Harvey B. Marvin

Remembering Harvey B. MarvinTlingit elder Harvey B. Marvin, of Juneau, has died at the age of 81

Musicians get lucky during Jazz and Classics festival

Musicians get lucky during Jazz and Classics festivalTuesday night the festival transformed a South Franklin pub into a full on jazz club during an evening jam hosted by the Anton Schwartz Quartet.

Update: Forest Service concerns fade as waterfalls disappear

Update: Forest Service concerns fade as waterfalls disappearHikers and kayakers should still be cautious

It’s salmon derby time in Southeast Alaska

It’s salmon derby time in Southeast AlaskaSalmon Derby organizers are always optimistic -- but this year, they’ve got evidence.

Update: Juneau-area burn ban cancelled

Update: Juneau-area burn ban cancelledCapital City Fire and Rescue put out a news release saying conditions are not as extreme as they were over the weekend