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Update: Pilot ditches in Saginaw Channel

Update: Pilot ditches in Saginaw ChannelTwo men and dog reported unhurt as Piper PA-16 sinks 16 miles northwest of Juneau

No injuries after small plane crash

No injuries after small plane crashPilot and two passengers reported on board the wheeled M-5 Maule

Update: Overdue boater found

Scott Pierce left Haines Sunday morning aboard the 25-foot sail boat Darshan. He was due into Juneau on Monday.

Search started for missing freighter crewman

Unidentified Indian national reported missing in waters north of Kiska

Victim’s Names Released in Helo 1 Crash

Victim’s Names Released in Helo 1 CrashIn a somber and sometimes emotional press conference Monday in Anchorage, Public Safety Commissioner Joe Masters said that Helo 1′s pilot, Mel Nading, 55, Trooper Tage Toll, 40, of the Talkeetna post, and a body believed to be that of snowmachiner Carl Ober were aboard the downed craft.

Kodiak-bound vessel lost 41 years ago, now found

Kodiak-bound vessel lost 41 years ago, now foundForty-one years ago, a Kodiak-bound fishing boat out of Mobile, Alabama, disappeared without a trace, taking all hands with it. Now the Coast Guard says the fishing vessel Katmai has been found.

Dillingham plane crash victims recovered

Dillingham plane crash victims recoveredThe weather cleared up Saturday in the Bristol Bay region allowing the Alaska National Guard to recover the bodies of the pilot and copilot that were killed in Friday's cargo plane crash north of Dillingham.

Updated: One dead, two injured in Haines skiing incident

One person is dead and two are injured after a backcountry skiing accident near Haines on Sunday.

Update: Juneau man falls through ice at Mendenhall Lake

Update: Juneau man falls through ice at Mendenhall LakeScott Fischer, who was grooming a ski trail with a snowmachine, recommends that everyone stay off of the lake.

Vessel run up on Raspberry Island

The 56-foot ‘Neptune’ is suffering from hole in the hull after Thursday's grounding near Kodiak Island.