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Juneau police seize pot, $42,000 cash from 21-year-old’s home

Juneau police seize pot, $42,000 cash from 21-year-old’s homePolice searched the suspect's home and arrested him Tuesday--the same day a judge signed paperwork setting aside his 2013 misdemeanor drug conviction.

Roads, ferries, airports: Meetings spotlight Southeast transportation plan

Roads, ferries, airports: Meetings spotlight Southeast transportation planSoutheast Alaskans can learn more about regional transportation projects at a series of meetings starting Aug. 6.

UAS coping with budget cuts

UAS coping with budget cutsThe University of Alaska Southeast is facing a $1.3 million state budget cut this fiscal year, and a total shortfall of $1.9 million that may lead to layoffs.

No record but July still really wet

No record but July still really wetThe capital city got almost double the amount of rain it normally does.

B.C. gives KSM mine environmental OK

B.C. gives KSM mine environmental OKA controversial mine planned for an area northeast of Ketchikan just won environmental approval from the British Columbia government.

Dr. Walter Soboleff Day bill signed into law

Dr. Walter Soboleff Day bill signed into lawAbout 100 of the late Tlingit elder’s family and friends gathered at Juneau’s Marine Park for the bill signing ceremony on Wednesday

SEARHC to receive $53 million settlement from federal goverment

SEARHC to receive $53 million settlement from federal govermentCEO Charles Clement says the settlement puts an end to any contentious issues between SEARHC and IHS

Planning underway for Mendenhall Glacier visitor improvements

Planning underway for Mendenhall Glacier visitor improvementsProposed changes could highlight link between greenhouse gas emissions and retreating glacier at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center

Is the Tongass key to slowing climate change?

Is the Tongass key to slowing climate change?The Tongass National Forest is in the crosshairs of environmental organizations again. Two large coalitions are pressuring the Obama administration to stop all old-growth logging, in part to fight climate change.

As budget deficit looms, Juneau Assembly eyes tax breaks

As budget deficit looms, Juneau Assembly eyes tax breaksWith another year of multimillion dollar budget deficits on the horizon, the Juneau Assembly is reviewing the city's 37 sales and property tax exemptions.