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Testimony mixed on Juneau Access project funding

Testimony mixed on Juneau Access project fundingJuneau residents on Thursday weighed in for and against a $35 million appropriation for the Juneau Access project in Gov. Sean Parnell’s proposed capital budget.

Ferry LeConte breaks down, Aurora fills in

Ferry LeConte breaks down, Aurora fills inThe Alaska Marine Highway ferry Aurora is scheduled to take over LeConte sailings until it's repaired

Senate committee advances transportation fund measure

Senate committee advances transportation fund measureA measure setting up a road-and-ferry savings account has cleared its first state Senate committee.

Is Juneau ready for a cruise ship security threat?

Is Juneau ready for a cruise ship security threat?Emergency officials in Juneau are testing their response to a cruise ship security threat today.

Passenger killed in Yandukin Drive accident

Jessica Louise Billy identified as a passenger in a vehicle that turned in front of oncoming truck

City readies for Douglas Highway extension

City readies for Douglas Highway extensionAs soon as this summer, the city will be ready to apply for permits to build a pioneer road at the end of North Douglas Highway.

Next winter’s marine highway schedule out

Next winter’s marine highway schedule outAlaska Marine Highway officials want your comments of next fall and winter’s ferry sailings.

Alaska Highway money not an easy sell to Congress

Alaska Highway money not an easy sell to CongressThe government of Canada’s Yukon Territory is asking Congress to pay for reconstruction of the Alaska Highway.

Exxon Valdez memories from Alaska’s Capitol still fresh 25 years later

Exxon Valdez memories from Alaska’s Capitol still fresh 25 years laterMemories are still fresh of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. The tanker ran aground 25 years ago today.

Ferry workers’ testimony cut short again on salary bill

Ferry workers’ testimony cut short again on salary billFor the second time this legislative session, Alaska Marine Highway workers were shut out from testifying against a bill that would cut their salaries.