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Legislation Allows Pre-2008 Canadian Polar Bear Trophies Into U.S.

Legislation Allows Pre-2008 Canadian Polar Bear Trophies Into U.S.

The U.S. House passed a bill Wednesday that included a provision allowing some 41 American sport hunters to bring polar bear trophies home from Canada.

Update: Richardson Highway now open

Update: Richardson Highway now open

After nearly two weeks, the Alaska Department of Transportation says the Richardson Highway in the Keystone Canyon area could reopen as soon as Wednesday.

Food Policy Council seeks food security for Alaska

Food Policy Council seeks food security for Alaska

Juneau’s town hall is the second in a series of seven Alaska Food Policy Council meetings across the state.

January brought record-breaking rains to Juneau

January brought record-breaking rains to Juneau

This month is Juneau’s wettest January on record, according to the National Weather Service. The capital city received 10.15 inches of rain

Watch your step, heavy rains take a toll on trails

Watch your step, heavy rains take a toll on trails

If the Salmon Creek trail is your usual hike, you’re going to need to make plans for a new route.

Foggy Mountain Shop’s new owners ready to hit the trail running

Foggy Mountain Shop’s new owners ready to hit the trail running

Two longtime employees have bought the Juneau outdoor equipment and ski shop, which has been open for 40 years.

State, Valdez officials assess Richardson Highway avalanches

State, Valdez officials assess Richardson Highway avalanches

Alaska Department of Transportation continues to monitor the Richardson Highway after avalanches over the weekend cutoff road access to the city of Valdez.

Haines guide, Canadian clients on trial for alleged wildlife crimes

Charges against John Katzeek, Brian Hicken, Kenneth Cox, and Tyler Antel include conspiracy to violate the Lacey Act

Rain causes urban snow slides; danger is subsiding

Rain causes urban snow slides; danger is subsiding

The rain is creating drainage channels in the snowpack

Strong winds snap spruce tree

Strong winds snap spruce tree

A large Sitka spruce tree toppled over in Juneau’s Evergreen Cemetery during a storm that blew through Southeast Alaska Tuesday.