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French finally wins SD J

An important Senate seat in Anchorage will remain with the Democrats.

The recount for Senate District J shows Sen. Hollis French 59 votes ahead of  … more

CBJ Assembly asks for resolution backing power to the end of Glacier Highway

CBJ Assembly asks for resolution backing power to the end of Glacier HighwayThe Juneau Assembly has asked the city’s Law Department to draft a resolution calling for an extension of electrical power to the end of Glacier Highway.

Juneau Afternoon 11/30/12

Juneau Afternoon 11/30/12Pat Moore hosts: We’ll find about end-of-year giving, this weekend’s performances by the Juneau Bach Society, Saturday’s World AIDS Day, Historical Conquest, a new game invented by Zack Edwards, That, Writers’ Almanac, music and more

Crosscurrents Salutes the Weather 12/3

Crosscurrents Salutes the Weather 12/3

Cleveland Abbe was America’s first professional meteorologist regarded as the “father of the Weather Bureau” and was born on this date in 1838. Gavin takes … more

SEARHC hires general counsel

Michael E. Douglas, SEARHC general counsel. Photo courtesy South East Alaska Regional Health Consortium.

SEARHC  interim general counsel Michael E. Douglas has been hired permanently … more

Researchers count just 57 Denali wolves

Researchers count just 57 Denali wolvesThe survey of the national park's nine wolf packs was conducted in October. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner says this year's number is down from 72 wolves in eight packs last year.

Whaling commission’s former director sentenced

The former director of the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission has been sentenced to more than three years in jail and ordered to pay back more than $393,000.

Ice-breaking ferry may be headed to the Marianas

The Mat-Su Borough's ice-breaking ferry may be headed to the tropics.

Thursday Newscast 11/29/12


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EPA suspends BP from future government contracts

EPA suspends BP from future government contractsJust weeks after BP accepted blame for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico; the federal government is announcing more punishment for the company.