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GPS collar lays bare the life of a relocated garbage bear

...Mendenhall Valley woods holds secrets that Neil Barten is anxious to unlock. The area wildlife biologist for the Alaska Fish and Game Department moved the female black bear at the end of July to the "end of the road" near Echo Cove, after it was captured...

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City puts Amalga Harbor renovation project out to bid

At least one state official in Juneau is excited about upcoming improvements to Amalga Harbor endorsed by the city and borough planning commission this week. Tom Donek said he is a fisherman in addition to being access coordinator for the Division of Sport Fish in the Alaska Fish and Game Department. The department will pick up most of the tab for the Amalga Harbor improvements.

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Police & Fire

Reports from Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers.

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Banner year for salmon trollers

Juneau fisherman Mark Stopha feels like a lucky guy. As a new fisherman, he doesn't have to pine for the "good old days" of Alaska fishing.

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10 Anchorage wolves killed for predator control

ANCHORAGE - State wildlife officials say a six-month effort to remove wolves considered dangerous has succeeded, with 10 of the animals killed in the Anchorage area.

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Concerns raised about Pebble Mine study process

JUNEAU - The group behind a massive copper and gold prospect near a world premier salmon fishery has released what has been billed as "one of the most exhaustive environmental study programs in the history of U.S. mineral development.

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10 Anchorage wolves killed for predator control

ANCHORAGE - State wildlife officials say a six-month effort to remove wolves considered dangerous has succeeded, with 10 of the animals killed in the Anchorage area. Mark Burch of the Alaska Fish and Game Department estimated that four wolves remain in the area, after one died in a collision with a car that was not connected to the predator-control effort. "We believe we've mitigated the risk," Burch told the Anchorage Daily News. "We're not trying to eradicate wolves. We're trying to reduce the risk."

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2 newborn musk oxen rescued on North Slope

...when they were found in the same vicinity about 70 miles south of the Prudhoe Bay oil field, according to Alaska Fish and Game Department spokeswoman Cathie Harms. The calf rescued by workers of Alyeska Pipeline Service Co. was to be transferred...

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