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Southeast sees record tanner crab harvest

Southeast sees record tanner crab harvestSoutheast Alaska commercial crab boats caught around 1.25 million pounds of Tanner crab last month, the biggest catch in over a decade.

While FDA Mulls Genetically Modified Salmon, Supermarkets Back Away

While FDA Mulls Genetically Modified Salmon, Supermarkets Back AwayThe head of the FDA told a U.S. Senate committee today her agency is still working on its review of an application to produce a genetically modified salmon.

Five nations tentatively agree to arctic fishing ban

Five nations tentatively agree to arctic fishing banThe United States and four other Arctic nations have tentatively agreed to prevent commercial fishing in the high Arctic.

Crystal Lake hatchery building, eggs destroyed in fire

Crystal Lake hatchery building, eggs destroyed in fireFire destroyed a salmon incubation building and over a million eggs at Crystal Lake Hatchery on Mitkof Island south of Petersburg early Tuesday morning.

Judge rules for Petersburg in boundary dispute

Judge rules for Petersburg in boundary disputeLocal Boundary Commission already considered Juneau issues during review of Petersburg Borough's petition

Industry says U.S. fish law works well in Alaska

Industry says U.S. fish law works well in AlaskaThe Magnuson-Stevens Act, the 1976 law that governs fishing in the Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska and other federal waters, is up for reauthorization in Congress.

Alaska gets $21 million in federal disaster funds

Poor king salmon returns in three regions are pulling in $21 million in disaster-relief funds for the state.

Assembly hopes to attract more federal research jobs to Juneau

Assembly hopes to attract more federal research jobs to JuneauA city task force will study the issue and report to the assembly in six months.

U.S. pushes international ban on arctic fishing

U.S. pushes international ban on arctic fishingThe United States is gathering support for an international moratorium on commercial fishing in the Arctic Ocean.

Political solution sought for China geoduck ban

Political solution sought for China geoduck banThe ban has been in place since mid-December, when Chinese officials claimed they found high toxin and arsenic levels in geoducks from Washington State and from dive areas around Ketchikan.