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A military jury has sentenced Robert Bales, the U.S. staff sergeant who admitted killing 16 Afghan civilians in 2012, to life in prison without parole. During the punishment hearings held this week, Bales was confronted by family members of victims and people who survived the March 11, 2012, attacks.
Next year is the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, and to mark the occasion, the Sitka Conservation Society is putting together a film project on the wilderness. Filmmaker Ben Hamilton and Adam Andis, of SCS, explain what they’re working on.
Friends seek help for service dog’s medical bills. Pink catch rapidly nearing record. Disagreements over Parnell’s vision for Tongass. Rope jumper tries to break three records in Juneau.
Further fallout from the National Security Agency leaks dominated the news as the partner of a Guardian reporter was detained in the U.K. and word emerged that hard drives at the newspaper had been destroyed. And Steve Ballmer's departure announcement raised speculation about who will succeed him as Microsoft's CEO.
Eldred Rock weather sensors down
Eldred Rock wind speed and wind direction sensors have not been working for a couple of weeks, frustrating both the Lynn Canal gillnet fleet and National Weather Service. The instruments record weather conditions used on NOAA weather radio observations and in forecasts, important information for Lyn...