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JPD: Man shot was unarmed 

updated 12:01am

A 38-year-old Juneau man is in serious but stable condition in a Seattle hospital after being shot by a Juneau Police Department officer Saturday morning.

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Defying odds, 19-year-old gunshot victim recovers

12/01/16

When 19-year-old Geneva Anowlic-Okitkon was shot in the head in mid-October, the prognosis wasn't good.

JDHS hockey falls to Dimond JV

12/03/16

Despite earning a first-period lead, a furious second period from Dimond High School's junior varsity squad lifted the visiting Lynx past the Crimson Bears' varsity team in Friday's hockey match at Treadwell Ice Arena.

Alaska Marine Highway System prepares to sell ferry Taku

12/03/16

KETCHIKAN - The Alaska Marine Highway System is working to get rid of the state ferry Taku.


Photos: Four-car accident blocks Egan Drive

12/03/16

A multi-vehicle accident at the Fred Meyer intersection blocks Egan Drive in both directions just as rush hour started on Friday. According to the Juneau Police Department, four vehicles were involved and six people were taken to the hospital.

Young doesn't see GOP as Trump's rubber stamp

12/03/16

JUNEAU - U.S. Rep. Don Young said there are similarities between the election of Donald Trump and the 1980 election of Ronald Reagan, which he said came during a period of "malaise" when people lacked hope and wanted change.

Vacant Mental Health Trust land to house district heating plant

12/03/16

A key piece of waterfront land in downtown Juneau is about to change hands, and its soon-to-be owners have plans that they think will help bring about the city's "renaissance."
Keith Comstock, president and CEO of Juneau Hydropower Inc.

Alaska drops most jobs since 1980s recession

12/03/16

New statistics reveal the state of Alaska's job market is in the worst shape since the recession of the late 1980s.

Women charged with DWI after reportedly hitting man

12/03/16

Police on Wednesday arrested two women on charges of driving while intoxicated after they allegedly hit a pedestrian on Foster Avenue and tried to switch seats during a traffic stop.

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Opinion

Empire Editorial: Get in the holiday spirit by giving back

The sun is setting at 3 p.m., coffee shops are selling peppermint mochas, Eaglecrest Ski Area is open, and Santa Claus is already making guest appearances around town. All the signs are here: the holidays are upon us.

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Neighbors

Bookmark Contest winners announced

The Juneau Public Libraries celebrated the Bookmark Contest in November, a favorite with Juneau kids. This is sponsored each year by the Friends of the Juneau Public Libraries.

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