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Officer credited for saving life of airport traveler

Officer credited for saving life of airport travelerA police officer was able to resuscitate a collapsed, 81-year-old man at the Juneau International Airport on Monday. A traveling companion indicated the man had heart surgery recently.

Employee complaints, tests flag air quality in state-leased office building

Employee complaints, tests flag air quality in state-leased office buildingUp to 160 employees work in the Bill Ray Center, where air quality tests show higher than normal levels of carbon dioxide associated with “headaches, sleepiness and stagnant, stale, stuffy air.”

Juneau charities seek to avoid last-minute turkey rush

Juneau charities seek to avoid last-minute turkey rushEvery year, turkey donations arrive at the last minute. This year, food drive organizers hope Juneau residents will step up just a little bit earlier.

Ferry system delays youth travel restrictions

Ferry system delays youth travel restrictionsThe Alaska Marine Highway System won’t ban solo travel by children and teen-agers, at least for now.

Juneau School District, support staff reach new contract agreement

Juneau School District, support staff reach new contract agreementThe Juneau School District and Juneau Education Support Staff have a tentative agreement on a new two-year contract.

Parnell concedes gubernatorial race to Walker

Parnell concedes gubernatorial race to WalkerGov. Sean Parnell has conceded the race to Gov.-elect Bill Walker. In a post on his campaign Facebook page, Parnell said he met with Walker Saturday morning to “pledge an orderly transition.”

Family, friends celebrate first annual Walter Soboleff Day

Family, friends celebrate first annual Walter Soboleff DaySoboleff would’ve been 106 years old on Friday. He died in 2011 at the age of 102.

Sealaska dividends range from $80 to $980

Sealaska dividends range from $80 to $980Sealaska’s winter shareholders’ dividends will again include no operational profits. That reflects last year’s multi-million-dollar deficit.

Enroll Alaska to suspend enrollments until Healthcare.gov glitch is fixed

Enroll Alaska to suspend enrollments until Healthcare.gov glitch is fixedThe federal website is calculating subsidies incorrectly for Alaskans on the eve of open enrollment.

Mine critics target investors, government officials

Mine critics target investors, government officialsTransboundary mine critics are trying a new tactic in their opposition to the KSM mine. They’re telling investors it's a bad place to put their money.