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State warns about bad PSP info

State warns about bad PSP infoState officials say a magazine article about shellfish incorrectly states when they can be gathered safely.

Juneau public contributes to One Million Bones Project

Roughly 300 visitors came to a recent UAS Art open house to make a difference with their artwork.

Juneau Afternoon 11/27/12

Juneau Afternoon 11/27/12Pat Moore hosts: We hear a preview of tonight’s Planetarium presentation on Astronomy for Children, details on this year’s oratorio, King Island Christmas, how the school district saves energy, That, Writers Almanac, Bird Note, music and more

CBJ Assembly November 26, 2012

November 26, 2012

Judge says phone books on the way out

A move is under way to stop the automatic distribution of residential phone books in Alaska, and an administrative law judge supports the idea.

Monday Newscast 11/26/12


Alaska high court rejects Alyeska appraisal claim

The Alaska Supreme Court has rejected claims by Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. that the state erred in its appraisal of right-of-way land leased for the trans-Alaska oil pipeline.

Parnell picks Allard for Appeals Court

Gov. Sean Parnell has picked Anchorage attorney Marjorie Allard to serve on the Alaska Court of Appeals.

DOT worker fatally struck on Seward Highway

Alaska State Troopers say a van fatally struck a 60-year-old state Department of Transportation employee who was putting out traffic cones at the scene of an earlier accident on the Seward Highway.

Parnell wants student performance part of teacher evals

Governor Sean Parnell wants the State Board of Education to make student performance an important part of teacher evaluations.