Ryan Bradshaw, 28, was arrested Sunday on felony charges including assault and vehicle theft, as well as warrants for his arrest relating to previous charges.
The defense motion on behalf of Kenneth Manzanares was filed Thursday in Juneau Federal Court. His attorney filed a motion in the murder case to limit access to the defendant’s visitation records. The motion also restricts access to any calls and correspondence with him at Lemon Creek Correctional Center.
Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg sentenced Mack Parker, 52, to serve 24 months and pay $300 in court fees and fines.
Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg sentenced Christopher Strawn on Wednesday morning to 88 years for murder and two years for assault.
Police are investigating the report of gunfire this weekend near a problem property on Harris Street. Police say the 42-year-old man complained about loud noise. During a verbal altercation, the man and one of the visitors fired guns.
Watch Alaska Native veterans, dancers and participants parade through downtown Juneau on the final day of Celebration 2018.
A collection of photographs from KTOO Public Media staff members during Celebration 2018.
Zach Boxley and Donna Cole talk about their artwork at the Native Artist Market as part of Celebration 2018 in Juneau.
British Columbia-based artist Andy Everson likes to use dark imagery from “Star Wars” and add traditional Native designs as a way to uplift Native people. “As a child of the 1970s, I grew up around ‘Star Wars’ and collected all the toys and everything,” Everson said. “Fast forward many years later, I kind of combined…
A weaving presentation displayed blankets, aprons and other items made by practicing artisans from Southeast Alaska and British Columbia. About 50 people attended the presentation Wednesday by weavers and weaving historians in the Shuka Hit clan house in the Walter Soboleff Building.