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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.

With loss of dock, Gustavus residents worry about tourist season

With loss of dock, Gustavus residents worry about tourist season

“It’s life or death. If it’s not there then none of us can operate.”

Ketchikan and POW shaken up by wild weather

Ketchikan and POW shaken up by wild weather

Ketchikan and Prince of Wales Island experienced some wild weather on Tuesday, with heavy rain propelled by strong winds.

“Field of Fireweed” to stay a field for now

“Field of Fireweed” to stay a field for now

The Juneau Planning Commission opted not to put a rezone request for the 82-acre property back on the table.

Heavy rain brings flood warning and high avalanche danger

Heavy rain brings flood warning and high avalanche danger

Emergency Programs Manager Tom Mattice says there’s been avalanche activity on Thane Road and the Behrends Avenue avalanche path, but nothing significant,

Committee wants feedback on middle school sports travel report

Committee wants feedback on middle school sports travel report

Jan. 15 is the deadline to comment on the recommendations on middle school sports travel.

CCFR takes a chilly swim to demonstrate ice safety

CCFR takes a chilly swim to demonstrate ice safety

A full house packed the Mendenhall Visitor’s Center auditorium this weekend to learn about ice safety

Body found on Juneau trail

The body of a 57-year old man was found on a trail Thursday