In this newscast: State lawmakers may have a path to compromise on oil and gas taxes, Juneau’s new seawalk section briefly opens, the Juneau Community Charter School hires its first professional principal, and a Juneau man gets knocked out by a charging bison in a North Dakota national park.
Dogs and their two-legged friends won’t be able to compete in the annual Super Dog Frisbee contest in Douglas this year on the Fourth of July. The tradition has special meaning for a black lab named Butch and his handlers, who placed in the last two.
In this newscast: U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski becomes the target of a TV ad urging her to vote against the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, a $3 million pioneer road on the west side of Douglas Island nears completion, and Wrangell Borough and municipal workers prepare for a strike over labor contract negotiations.
In this newscast: The Juneau Assembly bucks the city manager’s advice and preps a subcommittee to review — and possibly relax — the city’s mining ordinance, a man who is at large robs the Liquor Barrel with pepper spray, commercial salmon trolling in Southeast is set to reopen June 15, the ferry Taku still won’t sell, and the Coast Guard offers public tours of its new cutter.