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Judge declines to throw out Yakutat homicide indictment

Judge declines to throw out Yakutat homicide indictment

Robert Kowalski is accused of killing Sandra Perry at Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996

Alaskans, Yukoners filled doomed steamship

Alaskans, Yukoners filled doomed steamship

Historian reflects on impact of Princess Sophia sinking near Juneau, greatest maritime tragedy in Alaska waters

Seward getting bronzed

Seward getting bronzed

Secretary of State who engineered Russian America purchase will be commemorated

Alaska’s fast ferries getting new engines installed

Alaska’s fast ferries getting new engines installed

German engine manufacturer will bear the costs of the vessel refits

The ‘who’ and the ‘why’ of the middle school travel ban

The ‘who’ and the ‘why’ of the middle school travel ban

The anonymity of the travel ban’s community supporters is breeding skeptics of the official explanation.

Sealaska CEO announces retirement

Sealaska CEO announces retirement

Sealaska president Chris McNeil Jr. says he is leaving the regional Alaska Native corporation in a financially strong position.

Alaska’s high court first supreme court in the nation to hear climate change case

Alaska’s high court first supreme court in the nation to hear climate change case

The lead plaintiff’s home in Kipnuk is uninhabitable because of spring floods, melting permafrost and erosion.

Court OKs AML-Northland Services shipping merger

Court OKs AML-Northland Services shipping merger

Samson Tug & Barge plans Southeast service beginning Nov. 8.

Can a college freshman force state action on climate change?

Can a college freshman force state action on climate change?

The Alaska Supreme Court is hearing arguments Thursday in UAF freshman Nelson Kanuk’s climate change case.

Cruise season short of million-passenger mark

Cruise season short of million-passenger mark

This year’s Alaska cruise-ship season has ended. Close to a million passengers sailed through Southeast this summer, with many traveling on to points north and west.