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LeConte sailings cancelled through the weekend

LeConte sailings cancelled through the weekend

A broken bow thruster on the ferry LeConte will disrupt several hundred northern Southeast residents’ Thanksgivings.

Juneau resident Dick Knapp appointed to MTAB

Knapp is a retired Coast Guard admiral and former Alaska Department of Transportation commissioner. More recently he has been chairman of Citizens Pro Road.

Two people hospitalized after car accident shuts down 3 lanes of Egan Drive

Two people hospitalized after car accident shuts down 3 lanes of Egan Drive

Two people were sent to the hospital after a car accident that shutdown three lanes of Egan Drive.

Alaska Airlines now allows electronics gate-to-gate

Alaska Airlines now allows electronics gate-to-gate

Under a new rule that took effect last week, passengers on Alaska Airlines flights are now allowed to use electronic tablets, readers, games and other personal devices from gate to gate.

Thin attendance at first middle school travel task force meeting

Only three people showed up for the first meeting of a community task force looking at Juneau middle school travel policies.

FAA Says Fliers Can Safely Use Most Electronics

FAA Says Fliers Can Safely Use Most Electronics

The agency says it expects that by the end of this year, “many carriers will prove to the FAA that their planes allow passengers to safely use their devices in airplane mode, gate-to-gate.”

Public meetings this week on Capital Transit plan

Public meetings this week on Capital Transit plan

The capital city’s bus system wants to hear from you – whether you ride the bus every day, or have never been aboard.

Alaska Airlines alliance with Delta evolves into ‘frenemies’

Alaska Airlines alliance with Delta evolves into ‘frenemies’

A business partnership involving Alaska and Delta airlines is fraying around the edges.

‘May Light Perpetual Shine Upon Them’

‘May Light Perpetual Shine Upon Them’

Princess Sophia passengers, including first to summit Denali, remembered in Evergreen Cemetary

Princess Sophia case early test of maritime liability limits

Princess Sophia case early test of maritime liability limits

Lawsuit documents provide best records of those who perished on Vanderbilt Reef in 1918