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Flood warnings issued for Skagway, Fairbanks streams

Taiya River and Goldstream Creek swell after heavy rain

New Sealaska leaders promise growth, changes

New Sealaska leaders promise growth, changesSealaska has been losing money, but it's new board chairman and CEO say the regional Native corporation is gearing up for growth.

Avista buys AELP for $170 million

Avista buys AELP for $170 millionJuneau's Alaska Electric Light and Power has merged with Spokane-based Avista Corp.

Gustavus to celebrate 100 years of pioneer spirit

Gustavus to celebrate 100 years of pioneer spiritThe first three couples that arrived in Gustavus didn’t end up staying, but they paved the way for many others who did.

Alaska tops corruption rankings in policy journal

Alaska tops corruption rankings in policy journalThe rankings were based on corruption-related convictions of federal, state and local public employees and elected officials from 1976 to 2008.

Marine highway juggling ferry schedules

Marine highway juggling ferry schedulesThe state ferry Columbia will not return to service until June 18th, about seven weeks later than expected.

Police propose big hikes to traffic, animal control fines

Police propose big hikes to traffic, animal control finesThe Juneau Police Department wants to double, triple or nearly quadruple municipal fines for dozens of municipal traffic and animal control violations.

Large crowd greets Celebration paddlers

Large crowd greets Celebration paddlersPaddlers from Yakutat to Metlakatla and places in between landed their canoes on a Juneau beach Wednesday afternoon.

For some, the journey to Celebration started long ago

For some, the journey to Celebration started long agoThe North Tide Canoe Kwaan are paddling a dugout canoe to the Celebration festivities set to begin this week in Juneau.

Indignant JDHS alum rallies Stanford campus around rape case

Indignant JDHS alum rallies Stanford campus around rape caseJDHS alum Leah Francis came out as a rape survivor, and as an activist outraged over Stanford University’s in-house adjudication process.