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Second boy reaches deal in illegal Brevig Mission muskox killings

Second boy reaches deal in illegal Brevig Mission muskox killingsBoth boys charged with chasing down a herd of muskox before killing several of the animals just outside of Brevig Mission have now reached a deal.

Mallott to decide Walker’s future involvement in Point Thomson settlement

Mallott to decide Walker’s future involvement in Point Thomson settlementGov. Bill Walker has delegated his authority on the Point Thomson lawsuit to his lieutenant governor, while still leaving open the possibility of his involvement.

Walker continues to fill out cabinet with administration, education commissioners

Walker continues to fill out cabinet with administration, education commissionersGov. Bill Walker has made his final decision on his administration and education commissioner.

Ferry fares going up in summer of 2015

Ferry fares going up in summer of 2015It will cost passengers more to ride the state ferry starting in the summer. That’s when fares for most Alaska Marine Highway trips will increase by 4.5%.

Video: Two rescued in skiff grounding at Kanga Bay

Video: Two rescued in skiff grounding at Kanga BayThe Coast Guard rescued a man and woman after their 17-foot skiff ran aground in Kanga Bay near Sitka on Saturday.

$41,000 raised for victims of Christmas day crash

$41,000 raised for victims of Christmas day crashAn Anchor Point girl is in stable condition after losing both of her legs in a traffic accident on Christmas Day.

One dead, one injured in Koyuk house fire

One dead, one injured in Koyuk house fireA Sunday house fire in Koyuk has claimed the life of one woman and seriously injured one other person.

Avalanche survivor returns to Rainbow Ridge, recovers bodies of companions

Avalanche survivor returns to Rainbow Ridge, recovers bodies of companionsThe survivor of the Dec. 6 avalanche at Rainbow Ridge returned to the site in the Eastern Alaska Range last week to recover the bodies of his friend and dog.

Legislators urge Governor Walker to rein in budget

Legislators urge Governor Walker to rein in budgetAlaska lawmakers sent a letter to Governor Bill Walker last week urging measures to rein in budget items.

Slideshow: Juneau girls take to the ice for hockey clinic

Slideshow: Juneau girls take to the ice for hockey clinicJuneau Douglas Ice Association Coach Mark Kaelke conducted an all-girls clinic for JDIA players Tuesday at Treadwell Ice Arena.