Sailors will be simulating the search and disposal of underwater explosives, or mines.
Toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner, baby wipes and diapers, and feminine products are in short supply without a ferry to deliver freight to Angoon, Hoonah, Kake, Pelican, and Tenakee Springs.
Five new vans are in the City and Borough of Juneau’s paratransit service, now called CAPITAL AKcess.
Attorneys for Peter Metcalfe argue that barring him from paying back his retirement refund and denying him employment as a state employee with Tier I retirement benefits violates the Alaska Constitution.
Kenneth Manzanares pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for the July 2017 death of Kristy Manzanares.
“It’s like robbing a church,” says Juneau resident Donna Hurley. “These guys are veterans. They fought for us. I mean, we lived the life we live because of them.”
Juneau area snowpack includes a weak layer that could fail under certain conditions.
The Coast Guard is working with the harbormaster to track down the vessel’s owner.
Only 500 feet from the shoreline, the ice thinned to just an inch and a half. Anything less than 4 inches is considered dangerous.
Temperatures in Juneau have been well below the 24-degree average low for January. That makes it tough for the more than 200 homeless people in Juneau.