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No school this year at Tenakee Springs

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The Chatham School District board has decided to close the Tenakee Springs School for the upcoming year.

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Record number of McKinley ascents for 2013 climbing season

Record number of McKinley ascents for 2013 climbing season

Mt. McKinley, “Denali” to Alaskans, seen from an Alaska Airlines flight between Fairbanks and Anchorage. Photo by Rosemarie Alexander / KTOO

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Second wolf confirmed rabid in interior Alaska

Second wolf confirmed rabid in interior AlaskaA second wolf killed in interior Alaska has tested positive for rabies.

First full cruise season under new rules start

First full cruise season under new rules startThis first cruise ship of the season arrived in Juneau this morning.

Coast Guard helps deploy seismic sensors

Coast Guard helps deploy seismic sensorsThe U.S. Coast Guard recently helped placed seismic sensors along a fault near Craig in southeast Alaska.

Bear shot on peninsula older than first thought

A bear that attacked a well-known biologist is much older than authorities thought.

Mountain Village boy shoots, kills sister

Mountain Village boy shoots, kills sisterAlaska State Troopers say a 5-year-old girl was shot and killed by her older brother in Western Alaska.

Alaska Supreme Court clarifies redistricting decision

Alaska Supreme Court clarifies redistricting decisionAlaska's highest court says the first step in the redistricting process is to draw political boundaries based on state constitutional requirements.

Walker plans to continue TV show during run for governor

Walker plans to continue TV show during run for governorBill Walker plans to continue his weekly TV show while running for governor.

EPA: Alaska mine project could hurt salmon streams

EPA: Alaska mine project could hurt salmon streamsA U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report says build-out of the large-scale Pebble mine near the headwaters of a world-class salmon fishery could wipe out as many as 90 miles of streams and alter stream flows.