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Tsunami test across coastal Alaska Wednesday morning

Tsunami test across coastal Alaska Wednesday morningWednesday morning, shortly after 10 o'clock, the state will be testing the tsunami warning system around coastal Alaska.

Senators question need for water, sewer construction dollars

Wasilla Sen. Mike Dunleavy, a Republican, asked Village Safe Water facilities program manager Bill Griffith what would happen if the state didn’t come up with the match.

Sullivan: Alaska one family, Obama not its friend

Sullivan: Alaska one family, Obama not its friendU.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan returned to Juneau and Monday gave his first speech as a senator to a joint session of the Alaska Legislature.

Arctic ice melt sees early start

Arctic ice melt sees early startThe National Snow and Ice Data Center reported Friday that Arctic sea ice reached its maximum extent on Feb. 25.

Human remains found on Kenai trail may link to missing family

Human remains found on Kenai trail may link to missing familyAccording to a release on Sunday, Kenai police were notified by a motorist Saturday evening of human remains and clothing found on a local trail.

Mount Polley disaster prompts new requirements for B.C. tailings dams

Mount Polley disaster prompts new requirements for B.C. tailings damsThe British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office announced Thursday it’s adding information requirements for mines undergoing environmental review to ensure the safety of new tailings facilities.

Army confirms investigation of racism in Stryker Brigade

Army confirms investigation of racism in Stryker BrigadeArmy investigators have confirmed they’ve launched a formal investigation into a Stryker Brigade soldier’s allegations of racist behavior by some members of his unit.

Update: Gastineau Apartments fire intentionally set

Update: Gastineau Apartments fire intentionally setAn investigation by the CCF/R fire marshal's office has determined Saturday's fire at the Gastineau Apartments was intentionally set.

Gastineau Apartments catch fire, again

Gastineau Apartments catch fire, againThe condemned Gastineau Apartments building in downtown Juneau caught fire again Saturday.

Big Thorne Timber Sale lawsuit dismissed

Big Thorne Timber Sale lawsuit dismissedAlaska U.S. District Court Judge Ralph Beistline granted summary judgment on Friday in favor of the defendants, and rejected every argument brought forward by the plaintiffs.