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Tour group files lawsuit over observer program

A tour group company has filed a lawsuit over changes to the federal fisheries observer program.

Autism bill, other measure take effect Tuesday

Starting Tuesday, health insurance policies in Alaska will be required to cover treatment of autism spectrum disorders.

Arctic explorer makes third Denali attempt

An Arctic explorer wants to be the first solo mountaineer to reach Mt. McKinley's summit in January.

Senate passes disaster relief bill

The Senate passed a disaster relief bill on Friday. Included is money for fishery disasters across the country.

Taking a look at some of the big stories this year in Juneau

Taking a look at some of the big stories this year in JuneauIn Juneau, 2012 was marked by changes in leadership at City Hall, a lengthy double murder trial, and the tragic deaths of several young people.

Murkowski, Wyden looking at campaign finance

Two U.S. senators are proposing a bipartisan plan aimed at creating greater transparency around the funding of political campaigns.

Trappers shoot grizzly near Central

Trappers have shot and killed a big grizzly bear that was coming out of its den near their trapline.

Photos from the news in 2012

Photos from the news in 2012

2012 saw a variety of stories and events in Juneau. Here are some of the photos from this year covering major events, breaking news and … more

Felon sentenced for possessing firearms

A 53-year-old Eagle man has been sentenced to nearly two years in federal prison for being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Fairbanks man pleads guilty to killing girlfriend

A Fairbanks man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter after authorities said he fatally punched his girlfriend at a homeless camp.
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