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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.

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.

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.

Unusually cold in Lower 48; Juneau stuck with warm rain

Unusually cold in Lower 48; Juneau stuck with warm rain

Tired of dreary clouds and rain? It’s expected to continue for a while

Mallott opens campaign headquarters in Juneau

Mallott opens campaign headquarters in Juneau

Mallott says his campaign is about Alaskans being engaged in crucial decisions that affect their lives..

It’s a boy! Juneau’s first baby of 2014 born Thursday

It’s a boy! Juneau’s first baby of 2014 born Thursday

Jeshua Raymond Moreno was delivered by C-section at Bartlett Regional Hospital. He’s the third child of Elizabeth and John Moreno.

Update: Power restored out the road

Update: Power restored out the road

Alaska Electric Light & Power tweeted Wednesday afternoon that all power had been restored out the road.

Drinking tonight? Get a safe ride home from CHARR

Drinking tonight? Get a safe ride home from CHARR

This 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.

Alaska military dependence is focus of new study

Alaska military dependence is focus of new study

Most of the federal dollars spent in Alaska are related to the military.