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Tongass transition back on the table

Tongass transition back on the tableA citizens’ panel continues wrestling with the future of Southeast Alaska’s national forest. The 15-member Tongass Advisory Committee resumes meeting Tuesday in Juneau.

Liquor license gives European-vibe to local coffee shop

Liquor license gives European-vibe to local coffee shopCustomers of Paradise Café in the Mendenhall Valley can now enjoy a cocktail with their coffee and scone, as the eatery begins serving alcohol to customers.

Four rescued after grounding near Kodiak

Four rescued after grounding near KodiakThe crew of the 80 foot fishing vessel Savannah Ray issued a mayday call when they went aground in Chiniak Bay at about 1:30 a.m. Monday.

Juneau kids take Elizabeth Peratrovich’s words to heart

Juneau kids take Elizabeth Peratrovich’s words to heartJuneau school kids have spent recent weeks learning about the late Alaska Native civil rights leader Elizabeth Peratrovich.

Juneau takes part in One Billion Rising

Juneau takes part in One Billion RisingThe event is a global movement to end violence against women and girls.

Wearable Art artist Bobbi McCutcheon

Wearable Art artist Bobbi McCutcheonThis will be artist Bobbi McCutcheon’s fourth year--her pieces can take up to a year to create and are made by hand, one bead at a time.

ABC Board discusses problems in marijuana regulation

ABC Board discusses problems in marijuana regulationAlaska's Alcoholic Beverage Control Board director has given recommendations on how to improve the rollout of marijuana regulation in the coming months.

Juneau Marijuana Committee holds first meeting

Juneau Marijuana Committee holds first meetingAbout 30 people attended the first meeting of a committee formed by the Juneau Assembly to grapple with Alaska’s soon-to-be legal marijuana industry.

Wearable Art artist Michelle Morris

Wearable Art artist Michelle MorrisThis will be artist Michelle Morris's third year and her piece is called "Southeast Struggle."

Child sex abuse survivor wants to shatter the silence with Erin’s Law

Child sex abuse survivor wants to shatter the silence with Erin’s Law"I’m not just speaking on my own behalf. I’m speaking for tens of thousands of Alaska children. And what I’m saying is, ‘Help us,'" said David Holthouse.