Sport fishermen and chum trollers have reached a compromise in a salmon allocation battle in northern Southeast.
Sport anglers will not get to fish for king salmon in the Taku River. And personal-use fishermen won’t be able to use dipnets or have a longer sockeye season.
Fourteen Alaskan attorneys are vying to replace Morgan Christen on the Alaska Supreme Court.
Robert Kowalski is accused of killing Sandra Perry at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996.
Christopher Allen Scholes was sentenced to serve forty years.
Three dispatchers and a former officer alleged harassment and retaliation by the former police chief.
Board of Fisheries Chairman Karl Johnstone says he did nothing wrong when he charged the state for hotel and meal costs during a meeting in his hometown.
Governor Sean Parnell today (Thursday) lashed out at legislators critical of a bill to provide tax credits to companies that do research and development in Alaska.
The U.S. Forest Service has approved a plan to allow Greens Creek Mine to drill 11 sites across one and a quarter acres in a roadless area within Admiralty Island National Monument. It’s an extension of work done each summer to find additional mineral deposits.
The Juneau Homeless Coalition saw nearly 190 people utilize services at this year’s Project Homeless Connect – the most in the event’s three year history.