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Democratic Mayor Bob Filner has reached a tentative deal to settle a lawsuit brought by one of the women who accuses him of sexual harassment. Details of the deal, which must be approved by the city council, have not been released. The Union-Tribune, though, says it sets the stage for his departure.
JUNEAU — The Celebrity Cruises ship that returned to Ketchikan, Alaska, after experiencing mechanical issues last weekend will remain there at least until Thursday, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
KETCHIKAN — Mitt Romney spent some time in Southeast Alaska fishing for trout and chatting up his fishing guide.
The Ketchikan Daily News reports the 2012 Republican presidential nominee didn’t catch any fish. But his fishing guide, Tom Skultka, says Romney had a good time and “was pretty talkative.”
Skultka says he picked up Romney, four friends and a bodyguard from a yacht outside the town of Petersburg last week.
FAIRBANKS — The Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is forecasting strong auroras for the end of this week, and some of that activity could be due to changes in the sun’s magnetic field.
The sun will undergo a magnetic flip over the next few months. This happens every 11 years, but KUAC reported scientists have only been able to monitor what happens at the solar poles since the 1970s.
ANCHORAGE — The Matanuska-Susitna Borough Assembly is trying to find a way to end its monthly maintenance of a ferry that has never been put into service and instead indefinitely store the vessel at Port MacKenzie.
The Anchorage Daily News reports assembly members voted 5-2 Tuesday to direct borough manager John Moosey to continue negotiations with a company that could build a cradle to place the Susitna, an $80 million Navy prototype, in dry dock.
WASHINGTON — Japan and South Korea’s unprecedented joint participation in air force exercises over Alaska shows that America’s two staunchest Asian allies are willing to cooperate on security despite their political differences.
Their aircraft have been flying the annual Red Flag Alaska training drills that end Friday, along with U.S. and Australian forces. The exercise has included simulated combat maneuvers in which Korean fighter jets helped secure airspace for military transport planes from Japan and other nations.
ANCHORAGE — A first-class passenger became so disruptive after drinking five glasses of wine that a flight from New York to Shanghai had to be diverted to Anchorage, according to charging documents.
Stephanie Heizmann Auerbach was charged Tuesday with interference of flight crew and members, the Anchorage Daily News reported.
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