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Bus riders suffer minor injuries after collision

Bus riders suffer minor injuries after collisionThe accident occurred near Glacier Highway and Alaway Avenue just after 10 p.m. Saturday

Firefighters, police respond to Douglas stabbing incident

Two men were taken to the hospital after a stabbing incident in Douglas on Friday

Winter troll fishery begins this week

Winter troll fishery begins this weekThe winter troll fishery opens on Thursday, Oct. 11. The fishery targets wild and hatchery Chinook salmon.

Ketchikan adjusts to new graduation exam rules

Ketchikan adjusts to new graduation exam rulesThree dozen former Ketchikan students got retroactive diplomas due to legislation changing high school graduation exam requirements.

Little Big Thorne: Smaller contract goes to Viking Lumber

Little Big Thorne: Smaller contract goes to Viking LumberThe Forest Service awarded a contract Tuesday, Sept. 30, to log two-thirds of a controversial Southeast Alaska timber sale.

Alaska National Guard officers fired, rehired

The acting top official of the Alaska National Guard fired two high-ranking officers last week but reversed the action a day later at the direction of Gov. Sean Parnell.

Juneau considers tax changes

The Juneau Assembly is considering possible changes to its tax exemption rules to help ease the city's budget concerns.

Alaska attorneys: Right to marry is fundamental

A federal judge is scheduled to hear arguments Friday in the case filed by five couples challenging Alaska's ban on gay marriage as unconstitutional.

The mammoth mystery of St. Paul Island

The mammoth mystery of St. Paul IslandOne foggy day on St. Paul Island, a woolly mammoth stepped onto a trapdoor of greenery. It plunged thirty feet to the floor of a cave. There was no exit.

Juneau police want help finding missing rental car, driver

Police are looking for a white, 2014 Chevrolet Impala rented Sept. 16 and its driver.