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Football coach’s future to be decided in court

The Juneau School District is appealing arbitrator's ruling that Bill Byouer should get his job back

Juneau Police arrest alleged bank robber

John R. Knudson, 55, was charged with criminal trespass and taken into custody

Gov. Walker meets with Obama

Gov. Walker meets with ObamaObama invited all newly elected governors to the White House for a series of meetings Friday. Walker was one of seven who attended.

Judge clarifies order in Pebble Mine case

A federal judge says the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency must stop all work related to a process that could result in development of the Pebble Mine being restricted or prohibited.

Fishermen debate potential Southeast mine

Fishermen debate potential Southeast mineA Canadian company is exploring copper and zinc deposits at the Palmer Project site north of Haines. It’s not even a proposed project yet – but it’s already dividing the community of Haines.

Low King salmon count predicted for Taku, Stikine rivers

Low King salmon count predicted for Taku, Stikine riversThere will likely not be enough King salmon for commercial fisheries near the Stikine and Taku Rivers next May.

After lobbying effort, Haines distillery opens newly legal tasting room

After lobbying effort, Haines distillery opens newly legal tasting roomDistilleries in Alaska can now sell limited amounts of their own products on location, just like wineries and breweries have done for years.

Douglas residents lose power during fire call

No major damage reported from the electrical fire at the First Street home

Walker releases Parnell budget as placeholder

Gov. Bill Walker has released his predecessor’s budget without changes and without endorsement.

Fire destroys lone store in Arctic Alaska village

A fire has destroyed the only store in the Arctic village of Kivalina.