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Plane crash survivor improves in Seattle

The seriously injured survivor of a Lynn Canal plane crash is rapidly recovering in Seattle, her family said Tuesday, as the National Transportation Safety Board investigation into the cause of the crash continues.
Life-threatening injuries for one survivor after plane crash

Seattle's Harborview Medical Center staff identified Martha Mackowiak, 51, as the passenger medevaced last night from Juneau to Seattle after surviving a plane crash...
Woman attacked, burned alive in Juneau

A 32-year-old Juneau woman who told a judge two months ago that she was terrified of her on-and-off boyfriend Brian Hogan, was set on fire Tuesday at her Douglas Island home, police say.
Workers recovering wreckage of southeast Alaska plane crash

...64, of Hoonah, were listed in serious condition Monday and were being treated in intensive care at Seattle's Harborview Medical Center, hospital spokeswoman Susan Gregg said. Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau said the two others, Humberto...
Motorcyclist medevaced after crash

A 49-year-old motorcyclist was medevaced to Seattle's Harborview Medical Center after sustaining life-threatening injuries in a Saturday collision with a car on Glacier Highway.At 6:14 p.m. Saturday...
Flesh-eating bacteria victim leaves hospital, faces rehab

Ruben Pereyra has left the hospital, but his battle with the ravages of flesh-eating bacteria is not over yet.
State Briefs

Forum to discuss light rail tonight; Man who fell is in serious condition; Virus hits computers
Another fisherman lost in search for Galaxy survivors

ANCHORAGE - The search for two men missing from a commercial fishing vessel that exploded and burned in the Bering Sea continued today as Coast Guard officials prepared to launch a formal investigation into the cause of the blast. The Coast Guard today said another man is missing in the area, a commercial fisherman swept overboard this morning from a vessel aiding in search. The man was a crew member of the Clipper Express, a 138-foot Seattle-based vessel that on Sunday had rescued two people swimming in survival suits after they abandoned the burning ship.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

SEATTLE - A powerful earthquake jolted the Northwest today, sending people fleeing into the streets of Seattle and Portland, Ore., knocking out power to thousands and shutting down the Seattle-Tacoma Airport.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

JUNEAU -- The amount of this year's Alaska Permanent Fund Dividend will be announced on Sept. 21 in Fairbanks. The announcement was scheduled for Sept. 20 during the Permanent Fund Corporation's annual meeting in Fairbanks.


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