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Icebreaker Healy wraps up summer research

Icebreaker Healy wraps up summer researchScientists and crew make advances in Arctic research.

Small boat found running by itself; no sign yet of operator

Paul Keithahn identified as operator of 32-foot Spellbound

Open house scheduled for Coast Guard cutter Healy

Open house scheduled for Coast Guard cutter HealyA free public open house is scheduled to take place on the Coast Guard cutter Healy in Juneau before the polar icebreaker departs for its Seattle homeport.

Coast Guard icebreaker launches, lands first Arctic drone

Coast Guard icebreaker launches, lands first Arctic droneThe U.S. Coast Guard has launched and successfully landed an unmanned aircraft—popularly known as a drone—from an ice breaker trawling the Arctic Ocean.

Damaged navigational marker replaced near Petersburg

Damaged navigational marker replaced near PetersburgA damaged navigational marker just outside Petersburg’s ferry terminal has been replaced.

Local whale watching captain nabbed for driving boat intoxicated

Local whale watching captain nabbed for driving boat intoxicatedA breath sample revealed his blood alcohol level to be .115 percent.

Auriga crew okay after capsizing in Prince William Sound

Auriga crew okay after capsizing in Prince William SoundThe crew of a seiner is okay after their fishing vessel capsized in the Prince William Sound earlier this week.

Petersburg museum’s WWII era photo project needs help with identifications

Petersburg museum’s WWII era photo project needs help with identificationsA museum in Petersburg is reaching out to try and identify hundreds of World War Two era photos of people from central Southeast Alaska.

Seiner engine room floods, USCG responds

Seiner engine room floods, USCG respondsA six-person seiner taking on water near Ketchikan Friday morning was helped out by U.S. Coast Guard personnel, and escorted back to port.

Arctic climate researchers zoom in on plankton

Arctic climate researchers zoom in on planktonThey’re not recognizable like polar bears or whales. But phytoplankton are a key part of life in the Arctic -- and now, they're at the center of a new research effort to predict how the region will respond to climate change.
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