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Trident Seafoods charged for late fish tickets

Seattle-based seafood company Trident Seafoods was in Ketchikan District Court last week to face 20 counts of late fish tickets.

More background checks done by school district

The Fairbanks North Star Borough School District has begun conducting more background checks on volunteers who spend time alone with children.

Ketchikan deals with abandoned boats

Ketchikan deals with abandoned boatsOfficials in Ketchikan say abandoned boats are an ongoing presence in the southeast Alaska town.

State voter pamphlet contains anti-Begich ad

The Division of Elections voter pamphlet is arriving in mailboxes across the state. Way in the back is a page that caught some voters by surprise.

No charges in fight at party attended by Palins

Police in Alaska say no charges will be filed in connection with a fight that broke out at a party and involved members of former … more

Juneau nonprofit hosts National Hispanic Heritage Month event

The event features food and dance, and is a celebration and fundraiser for a translation and interpretation organization Piedra de Ayuda.

Woman survives plane crash, dies in ATV accident

A 26-year-old woman who survived a plane crash in Southwest Alaska last year has died in an all-terrain vehicle crash.

Update: One person killed, two injured in Mendenhall Valley crash

JPD has identified the 33-year-old man killed in a car crash Wednesday on Mendenhall Boulevard.

Coast Guard rescues two people after rough landing near Gustavus

The Cessna 180 nosed over in the Endicott River Wilderness north of Gustavus

Petersburg man appears in federal court on explosive charges

Mark Weaver, 59, was injured during a July explosion at a Petersburg rock pit