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Group asks Federal Court to order a deadline for listing of ringed, bearded seals

Group asks Federal Court to order a deadline for listing of ringed, bearded sealsThe National Marine Fisheries Service has not followed through on its findings that two species of seals should be listed under the Endangered Species Act.

Gas spill from fuel barge leaves sheen

A gasoline spill from a fuel barge being transported near the southeast Alaska community of Hoonah has caused a sheen in the water.

Update: UAS issues security alert for man allegedly making threats

Update: UAS issues security alert for man allegedly making threatsUAS officials emailed a security alert to students yesterday evening warning students to be on the look out for William Warden.

Wildlife troopers issue Juneau snagging citations

Alaska Wildlife Troopers have been cracking down on illegal angling at a popular Juneau fishing spot.

Jet blows its tires during Anchorage landing

A jumbo cargo jet blew out most of its tires while making an emergency landing in Anchorage

Continuing resolution protects Eielson F-16s for now

Congress is preparing a six-month stop gap funding bill. It should keep the government afloat until the end of March, and avoid any potential for a government shutdown before the election.

Ice prompts Shell to halt Arctic drilling

Shell has paused its drilling operation in the Arctic just a day after starting.

GoDaddy Web outage takes out small-business sites

Thousands and possibly millions of web sites hosted by GoDaddy.com are down. A hacker is claiming responsibility, but the real reason for the outage is unclear.

Whale surveys spot killer whales in Alaska Arctic

A marine mammal survey crew flying over the Beaufort Sea last month spotted surprise visitors - 13 killer whales.

Princess Cruises says video disproves guilt

The owners of the Star Princess cruise ship say that they have new video evidence that proves they are not responsible for ignoring a stranded fishing vessel 100 miles off the coast of South America in March.