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The public is invited to participate in a special morning devoted to the young children of...
Jury deliberates in federal wildlife trial
Prosecutors trying a big game guide from Haines and three of his clients say "greed for money and need for a trophy" was the motivation for illegal acts during two mountain goat hunts in Haines that went awry in 2010 and 2011.
Giant Yukon moose confirmed as world record
The rack on the moose shot by a Yukon hunter last fall has now been verified by officials as the world's largest.
Food Policy Council seeks food security for Alaska
Juneau's town hall is the second in a series of seven Alaska Food Policy Council meetings across the state.
Alaska Marine Highway System :: Official Site :: Alaska DOT&PF
The Alaska Marine Highway System looks forward to future improvements and continued success for many years to come.
What Winter? January feels like April in Alaska
The last week in Alaska has been unusually warm. Snow has melted, record heat and rain reports have piled up and you're asking: when will it end? Watch our r...
Illegal mountain goat hunt trial underway
After three Canadians took a guided hunting trip in Haines in 2010, Goat A ended up with Goat B's tag and vice versa. Another hunt with the same guide the next year resulted in meat being left up on the mountain.
Scientists have said it's safe to eat fish caught in the Pacific Ocean in the wake of Japan's nuclear disaster, but rumors continue to circulate.
So a Seattle fish company has conducted tests to prove Pacific salmon is, in fact, safe: http://bit.ly/1kYfYaK
Juneau Rep. Beth Kerttula to resign
Kerttula has represented Juneau for 15 years. Due to redistricting, her current seat includes Petersburg, Gustavus and Tenakee Springs.
Nelson: Cruise lines again ‘bullish’ on Alaska | KCAW
Cruise industry consultant Andy Nelson says of Disney Cruise Lines, “If they’re coming to Sitka, you’re doing it right.” (KCAW photo/Robert Woolsey)
Congrats to senior Kyle Fossman, who joined the Seawolf 1,000 point club moments ago in the UAA vs. NNU game!
The Seawolves' comprehensive and collective approach for fundraising and support of student-athletes and teams at UAA.