Major changes in the U.S. Postal Service could mean mail bound for the capital city would be sorted in Anchorage. The Postal Service is making changes around the country to reverse a budge deficit of billions of dollars. The post office is reorganizing how it oversees the rural bypass mail program in Alaska, and considering a big change for Juneau.
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- High schoolers tackled a serious topic at this year's annual student government conference: gun violence at school. They listened to a presentation from an organization called Sandy Hook Promise learned about their peers efforts to prevent gun violence on campus.
- Visitors to military bases who don’t have compliant IDs will have to be accompanied by military personnel, which the leaders say will be impractical.
- Southeast Alaska’s independent ferry system is working its way out of a ridership slump. Numbers are up on the Hollis-to-Ketchikan route.
- For most of the state, the entire month of March has been clear and cold.