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Safe Surrender for Infants law never used

A 2008 law that lets parents surrender newborn children at places like hospitals and fire stations, no questions asked, has never been used.

Alaska WWII Vets visit DC Memorial

Alaska WWII Vets visit DC MemorialMost of the 25 vets arrived at the Memorial wearing blue and yellow windbreakers, with “Alaska” emblazoned on the back.

Storis Supporters See Ray of Hope in Saving Cutter

Storis Supporters See Ray of Hope in Saving CutterFans of the retired U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Storis have been holding their collective breath all weekend, hoping there might be a way to prevent the scrapping of the ship in Mexico.

Storis to be junked

Storis to be junkedThe U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Storis will be towed to Mexico Friday and cut up for scrap metal.

Army claims responsibility for Stuart Creek 2 wildfire

Army claims responsibility for Stuart Creek 2 wildfireInvestigations conclude that artillery training caused the fire. As a result, the army will change its training procedures.

What Alaskans can expect from the shutdown

What Alaskans can expect from the shutdownWhile essential services will remain, Alaskans will notice some impacts from the federal government shutdown.

USCG Cutter Mellon visits Juneau

USCG Cutter Mellon visits JuneauThe Coast Guard Cutter Mellon pulled into Station Juneau Monday morning.

Break for weather, maintenence, but search continues for missing plane

47-year old Alan Foster was at the controls of the Piper PA-32 when it disappeared near Yakutat

Juneau groups rally for peace

Juneau groups rally for peaceA small group of Juneau citizens added their voice this weekend to the growing number of peace rallies being held around the country.

Juneau remembers 9/11/01

Juneau remembers 9/11/01Juneau paused with the rest of America Wednesday to remember those who died or were forever changed from the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the U.S.