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Court: Reinstate Tongass roadless rule exemption

Court: Reinstate Tongass roadless rule exemptionA federal appeals court issued an opinion Wednesday saying the roadless rule should not apply to Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.

Trial bombshell is a big dud

Trial bombshell is a big dudRobert Kowalski homicide trial veers unnecessarily off course with allegations about destroyed evidence

Evidence suppression question dominates Yakutat homicide trial

Evidence suppression question dominates Yakutat homicide trialRobert Kowalski's defense moves to block testimony based on destroyed evidence

Witness memory tested during Yakutat homicide trial

Witness memory tested during Yakutat homicide trialYakutat lodge residents, employees try to remember July 1996 death of Sandra Perry

Witnesses begin taking the stand in Yakutat homicide case

Witnesses begin taking the stand in Yakutat homicide caseSandra Perry's son testifies about hearing about his mother's death at the hands of Robert Kowalski

Jurors to hear opening statements in Yakutat cold case homicide

Jurors to hear opening statements in Yakutat cold case homicideRobert Kowalski is accused of causing the 1996 death of Sandra Perry at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge

University, state timber offerings planned near Petersburg

University, state timber offerings planned near PetersburgThe UA lands office is offering two timber sales on Mitkof Island south of Petersburg this year.

Trial underway in Yakutat homicide case

Robert Kowalski is accused of causing the death of Sandra Perry at the Glacier Bear Lodge in July 1996

Slideshow: Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse dedication

Slideshow: Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse dedicationMarch 3rd event honored longtime Juneau attorney and jurist

Begich: Public dollars are for public education

Begich: Public dollars are for public educationBegich singled out public school funding and constitutional amendment for state support of private or religious schools