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BRH to repay nearly $1-million in Medicare and Medicaid billing errors

BRH to repay nearly $1-million in Medicare and Medicaid billing errors

Bartlett Regional Hospital. File photo.

Bartlett Regional Hospital must repay the state and federal governments close to a million dollars for six years of Medicare … more

Juneau Afternoon 11/28/12

Juneau Afternoon 11/28/12Andy Kline hosts: We’ll find out about next month’s Juneau Fest 2012, information about next week’s Naturalization session, this weekend’s Governor’s Summit on Strategic & Critical minerals, Saturday’s roller derby, an update on Eaglecrest

Governor considers state ownership of LNG plant

A state official says Gov. Sean Parnell is considering state ownership of a gas liquefaction plant on the North Slope.

Study predicts fewer icebergs from Alaska glacier

Study predicts fewer icebergs from Alaska glacierA new study says Alaska's Columbia Glacier should break off far fewer icebergs in about eight years.

43-year-old Bethel woman found dead in home

A 43-year-old woman was found unresponsive in Bethel, the second to die within a week.

Alaska search for missing Wisconsin man suspended

Authorities have suspended a search for a missing 31-year-old survivalist from Wisconsin who set out alone in the Alaska wilderness in late September.

Lawyer files motion for consolidated fishing trial

A lawyer is asking a judge to consolidate the trials of 22 Alaska Native fishermen charged with illegal fishing during a poor salmon run.

Juneau Assembly reaches decision on appeal of cruise ship dock permit

Juneau Assembly reaches decision on appeal of cruise ship dock permit


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The Juneau Assembly has decided if a city Docks and Harbors project to build two floating cruise ship berths on the downtown waterfront can

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Journey to Attu

Journey to AttuThe fog enshrouded island doesn’t get many visitors, but earlier this month, the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Sherman and some of her crew called, each with their own unique tie to Attu.

Tenakee response key to search and rescue

Both the U.S. Coast Guard and Troopers were involved, but the response by the community of Tenakee was key, says Petty Officer David Mosley.