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FAA Says Fliers Can Safely Use Most Electronics

FAA Says Fliers Can Safely Use Most ElectronicsThe 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 planThe 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 limitsLawsuit documents provide best records of those who perished on Vanderbilt Reef in 1918

Ketchikan airport called one of the most ‘thrilling’

Ketchikan airport called one of the most ‘thrilling’The short description that states why Ketchikan was chosen for the list simply states that, “The awfully short runway is close to mountains and the ocean, which drops to freezing temperatures.”

Downtown Egan Drive upgrades on track

Downtown Egan Drive upgrades on trackEgan Drive from Main Street to 10th Street is slated for major upgrades next year.

Alaskans, Yukoners filled doomed steamship

Alaskans, Yukoners filled doomed steamshipHistorian reflects on impact of Princess Sophia sinking near Juneau, greatest maritime tragedy in Alaska waters

10 weeks until Juneau goes over a fecal cliff

10 weeks until Juneau goes over a fecal cliffJuneau’s processed poop is going to start piling up come Jan. 1, unless a new disposal arrangement comes together soon.

Soon, you’ll be able to hitch your bike to a rain boot

Soon, you’ll be able to hitch your bike to a rain bootJuneau is buying bike racks that double as public art with locally inspired motifs.