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Single vehicle crash closes Egan Drive

Single vehicle crash closes Egan DriveA medical issue led to a single vehicle crash that closed Egan Drive in both directions Wednesday afternoon.

All Nations Children’s Dance Group fosters cultural identity

All Nations Children’s Dance Group fosters cultural identityThe All Nations Children’s Dance Group of Juneau will dance in the Grand Entrance to Celebration tonight.

Centennial Hall roof work to stop during Celebration

Centennial Hall roof work to stop during CelebrationNorth Pacific Erectors began mobilizing for the $1.4 million project about three weeks ago

Coast Guard Sector Juneau gets new leadership

Coast Guard Sector Juneau gets new leadershipCapt. Shannan Greene took over for Capt. Scott Bornemann at a ceremony Friday at Centennial Hall

Southeast loses 10 school superintendents

Southeast loses 10 school superintendentsMore than half of Southeast Alaska’s school districts have hired new superintendents this year.

Update: Earthquake shakes Southeast Alaska

Update: Earthquake shakes Southeast AlaskaA 5.8 earthquake hit the northern Lynn Canal area this morning just before 4 a.m.

Juneau Rollergirls have double victory in double header

Juneau Rollergirls have double victory in double headerThe Juneau Rollergirls won both bouts during Saturday’s Capital Riot Double Header, the last match of the season.

Writers’ Showcase: Endurance

Writers’ Showcase: EnduranceBe part of a television studio audience for Arts@360’s Writers’ Showcase. Hear work from Alaskan writers Joe Karson, Martha Amore, Kirsa Skandijs, and James Sweeney.

Bike to work month reaches its conclusion

Bike to work month reaches its conclusionJuneau has had perfect weather for May's National Bike Month.

Celebrating the life of Ron Dippold

Celebrating the life of Ron DippoldA celebration of life will be held at Eaglecrest Ski Area this weekend for Ron Dippold