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The National Weather Service is changing the way it forecasts the water level in Juneau’s Mendenhall River.
The Juneau-based Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska wants a larger forum to address its concerns.
The paralytic shellfish poisoning case originated with clams harvested on a private beach near Ketchikan.
Scientists suspect mass of warm water in Pacific may have influenced weather and attracted unusual marine species.
Sitka and Juneau will lose a week of fast ferry sailings this month. The Chenega will return to Southeast service May 14, a week later than scheduled.
CBC News is reporting that an Alaska Airlines plane en route to Seattle from Juneau was diverted to Vancouver today due to an electrical issue.
A group in Kodiak recently completed an Alutiiq boat last seen in the mid-1800s. Alutiiq people used the angyaq to travel long distances in rough seas.
With a growing season that lasts 90 to 120 days, Juneau gardeners have a little flexibility in starting their potato crop.
Advocates for sexual assault and domestic violence programs say the prevention programs were working in Alaska, but state lawmakers slashed funding.
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Juneau police are investigating a threatening phone call that sent a local elementary school into lockdown mode.
Federal staff will again manage king salmon on the lower Kuskokwim River after requests from tribes.
Special Olympics athletes from across the state will compete for the Fifth Annual Bethel Unified Invitational.
The Petersburg Medical Center may be small but there are a lot of services in its lab and imaging departments that many small hospitals don’t have.
Voters in the Fairbanks North Star Borough will be able to cast ballots from home if a proposal by two assembly members is approved next month.
This year Petersburg High School sent 24 juniors and seniors to Washington, DC for an indepth look at what goes on there. The program is called, “Close Up.”
Anchorage police say they’ve located a man they were looking for in connection with a death at an east-side residence.
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Western countries complained that Nepal’s bureaucracy was keeping goods at warehouses. The Marines come with Osprey tilt-rotor aircraft, which should make reaching remote areas easier.
For the first time since 2001, an all-women team is competing in the Volvo Ocean Race, an around-the-world slog through some of the most unforgiving water on the planet.
Under narrow definitions of corruption, candidates courting billionaires to fuel their White House bids doesn’t qualify. But some activists, on the left and the right, argue that it should.
Fiorina joins a crowded field of Republicans already seeking the nomination. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson announced his campaign on Sunday.