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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.

Sun shines on last cruise ships of the season

Sun shines on last cruise ships of the season

The last cruise ships of Juneau’s tourist season sailed away Wednesday.

Four-part TV series on Alaska’s Marine Highway begins Wednesday

Four-part TV series on Alaska’s Marine Highway begins Wednesday

360 North-TV airs four-part series on the Alaska Marine Highway beginning Wednesday

First fall storm brings rain to Capital City

First fall storm brings rain to Capital City

Winds in Juneau were not as strong as reported in southern Southeast Alaska

SLAM vault rises

SLAM vault rises

Structure will be used to store artifacts from current Alaska State Museum

Growth group pushes new Tongass approach

Growth group pushes new Tongass approach

The Southeast Conference wants to change the way the Tongass National Forest is managed.

Southeast population, payroll hit record highs

Southeast population, payroll hit record highs

Southeast Alaska has more residents – and more jobs – than ever. That’s according to a report released during the Southeast Conference’s annual meeting in Sitka.

Break for weather, maintenence, but search continues for missing plane

47-year old Alan Foster was at the controls of the Piper PA-32 when it disappeared near Yakutat

Why “Alaska” means milk and basketball to many Filipinos

Why “Alaska” means milk and basketball to many Filipinos

The Philippines’ recently appointed honorary consul is trying to make the case that “Alaska” should mean “seafood” in the Philippines.