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Hatchery in Kake closing June 30th

Hatchery in Kake closing June 30thA hatchery in the Southeast community of Kake is closing its doors this month and has released its final chum, pink and coho salmon.

Overdue boaters found safe on a beach

Overdue boaters found safe on a beachTwo overdue boaters were found safe early Tuesday afternoon on a beach in the Unuk River area north of Behm Canal.

Conservation groups seek protection for yellow cedar trees

Conservation groups seek protection for yellow cedar treesConservation groups are asking for endangered species protection for yellow cedar trees in Alaska.

City officials prepare for possible jökulhlaup

City officials prepare for possible jökulhlaupJuneau officials met Monday to plan their response to a possible glacial outburst flood in the area around Mendenhall Lake this summer

Two days left to enter Juneau’s Fourth of July parade

Two days left to enter Juneau’s Fourth of July paradeParade entry forms are due Wednesday.

Update: 8.0M quake puts Aleutians on tsunami watch

Update: 8.0M quake puts Aleutians on tsunami watchA tsunami warning has been issued for parts of Alaska's Aleutian Island chain after a powerful earthquake.

Update: Juneau police shoot, kill black bear downtown

Update: Juneau police shoot, kill black bear downtownAn officer shot at the bear twice with a shotgun after responding to a home on Rawn Way and seeing the bear in a doorway. The bear was later found dead behind the house

Update: City issues flood watch for Mendenhall Lake and River

Update: City issues flood watch for Mendenhall Lake and RiverResidents living along the Mendenhall River and campers, sightseers and paddlers near the Mendenhall Glacier should prepare for possible flooding.

Gardentalk – Greenhouse maintenance and tomato pruning

Gardentalk – Greenhouse maintenance and tomato pruningThis week's Morning Edition segment focuses on ventilation and trimming

Anxiety and threats on the Kuskokwim as first salmon gillnet openings near

Anxiety and threats on the Kuskokwim as first salmon gillnet openings nearFour weeks into salmon fishing restrictions, the atmosphere along the Kuskokwim River is tense.