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Juneau police arrest drunk revelers on New Year’s

One man is arrested for assaulting a bartender and later biting a police officer. Another man is charged with trying to break into the State Office Building.

Drinking tonight? Get a safe ride home from CHARR

Drinking tonight? Get a safe ride home from CHARRThis is the ninth year the Juneau/Lynn Canal chapter of the Alaska Cabaret, Hotel, Restaurant, and Retailers Association will offer free cab rides home for New Year's.

Fireworks often cause of New Year’s Eve noise complaints

Fireworks often cause of New Year’s Eve noise complaints"Fireworks are not illegal right now; disturbing the peace is," says Erann Kalwara, spokesperson for Juneau Police Department

Cop event aims to strengthen relationship with youth

Cop event aims to strengthen relationship with youth"We want this to be part of kids’ whole impression of these group of adults, that we care about them, we want the best for them. It’s okay to come up to a uniformed police officer and just talk to them," says Lt. Kris Sell.

Juneau man, stolen car reunited just before Christmas

Juneau man, stolen car reunited just before ChristmasThe red Toyota 4-door was stolen December 17th while parked, with the engine running, in the Nugget Mall parking lot.

Mixed messages about Juneau parking persist

Mixed messages about Juneau parking persistCity Manager Kim Keifer said parking laws and penalties are “for the most part” being enforced.

Car accident on Egan sends one car into the water

Car accident on Egan sends one car into the waterOne car wound up in the wetlands near Vanderbilt Hill Road this morning, with water up to its tires, but the driver was able to get out.

Two people cited for recent dog attacks

Two people cited for recent dog attacksTwo recent dog attacks resulted in the death of one dog and injuries to another dog and its owner.

Update: Winter weather leads to power outages, snow days

Update: Winter weather leads to power outages, snow daysAlaska Electric Light and Power crews worked nonstop from about 5 a.m. Wednesday until just after 4 o’ clock in the afternoon.

A timeline of Friday’s shooting and unlikely kidnapping

A timeline of Friday’s shooting and unlikely kidnappingFriday's shooting, turned possible kidnapping, turned likely fabrication left a lot unclear. This interactive map and timeline documents some pieces of what happened.