In this newscast:
- A Ketchikan company wins a first-of-its-kind second growth logging contract on Kosciusko Island in the Tongass National Forest,
- environmentalists sound the alarm on a congressional budget maneuver that could open the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to drilling, and
- the journal Science reports nearly 300 species of sea creatures from Japan hitchhiked to the Unites States’ Pacific Coast on tsunami debris.
- Take a virtual 360° degree tour of the historic Gold Greek Hydro Plant
- Two residents and a dog made it safely out of a Mendenhall Valley house fire on Friday.
- Initiative supporters say it would actually lower costs for the state.
- The oxbow bend in the river has been eroding for years, until floodwaters broke through the river bank.