No one was hurt, but an item close to the home was struck. It has left the family shaken up, and wondering if it may be a form of intimidation.
“We believe our employees that are healthier, happier, will be here at work more frequently, provide the better kind of service into our community and at the end, (it) saves money,” says SEARHC’s Peggy Kadlec.
A local firefighter’s stolen gear – including his red fire helmet — is the subject of this week’s Juneau Crime Line.
Christine Quick and CJ Umbs returned from the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles with five medals.
RSVP cruise, which caters exclusively to gay and lesbian patrons, made it’s first stop in Juneau, during it’s week-long Alaska tour.
Two seasonal workers have admitted to Juneau police that they stole the U.S and Alaska flags. Police have yet to name or arrest them.
The Coast Guard is hosting Buoy Tender Roundup for the first time in Juneau since 2012. The week is filled with training and intense competition, like Tuesday’s “heat and beat” challenge.
“There’s never enough training,” says Assistant Chief Ed Quinto. “Especially when your life and other people’s lives depend on it.”
New owners want to update lighting and flooring, and expand the deli and produce sections. But they know better than to tinker with the meat department.
Not all employees in Alaska speak English proficiently, but the State Department of Labor and Workforce Development wants to make sure that all of them understand their rights.