New ferries on schedule, on budget ... Our charge is to find those solutions to create the best service possible with the vessels and the staffing allowed by the fiscal note." ? Contact reporter James Brooks at 523.2258 or at
Second major oil company abandons Arctic exploration

...north as one of their three Arctic Council Chairmanship priorities, but so far that priority has only materialized on paper," McGuire said.? Contact reporter James Brooks at 523.2258 or at
Today in Sports History for Nov. 16

...Griner misses a short turnaround at the buzzer.2013 - Cartel Brooks of Heidelberg runs for 465 yards to set an all-division NCAA record in a 42-14 win over Baldwin Wallace.Brooks, with 38 carries, scores on runs of 81, 41 and 13 yards...
College football capsules

...Big Ten, No. 5 CFP). Iowa can clinch the Big Ten West with a victory over Purdue next week.Gophers running back Shannon Brooks threw a 42-yard TD pass to Drew Wolitarsky and ran one in from 3 yards out in the final 5:32. But Daniels scored from 51...
Report: Big problems in DOC

A four-month investigation has found significant problems within the Alaska Department of Corrections, and Gov. Bill Walker has accepted the resignation of the commissioner of corrections, he said Monday.
Winter storm warning issued for Juneau; 8-14 inches of snow expected

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Juneau as the capital city prepares to receive what may be its heaviest snowfall in two years. The warning, issued at 11 a.m.
APOC considers giving a bigger break to first-time politicos' mistakes

The state watchdog in charge of overseeing political fundraising is proposing changes to make things more forgiving to rookie politicians.
Juneau judge tries again for Alaska Supreme Court

Juneau Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg is trying again for the honor of serving on the Alaska Supreme Court.
Season's first snow leaves dusting in capital, powder elsewhere

The first measurable snowfall of the cold season arrived in Juneau over the weekend, with 0.4 inches recorded by the National Weather Service at Juneau International Airport.
First snow tallies show effects of winter storm: 5 inches downtown, 10 in Valley

The weather wizards were right. On Wednesday morning, Juneauites woke up to find that the National Weather Service winter storm warning had held true: Snow covered the capital city, and more continued falling throughout the day.


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