• Woman hired to clean up after theft sentenced for embezzling

    FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — A woman who had been hired to clean up the mess left after an embezzlement case has been sentenced for embezzling money herself.
    The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported Sunday that Bonnie R. Adams was sentenced to six months in prison and three years of probation after being charged with theft, scheming to defraud and falsifying business records.
    Alaska State Troopers discovered Adams wrote at least $33,604 of checks to herself from the Beaver Kwit’chin Corpo
  • Alaska volcano erupts again; aviation alert raised to red

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska volcano that has been active for nearly six months has erupted again.
    The Alaska Volcano Observatory says Bogoslof (BOH-gohs-lawf) Volcano in the Aleutian Islands erupted at 2:16 p.m. Sunday and sent a cloud of ash at least 35,000 feet (10,668 meters) high. The eruption lasted 55 minutes.
    Ash can harm and stop jet engines. Ash from southwest Alaska volcanos is a threat airliners operating between North America and Asia when a cloud rises above 20,000 feet
  • Federal officials in Alaska probe 2 plane crashes; 4 dead

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Federal investigators say 2 planes crashed more than 600 miles apart in Alaska almost simultaneously Saturday, killing a total of four people.
    KTUU-TV reports the National Transportation Safety Board said two died and a third person was injured when their Piper PA-30 went down nine miles southwest of Haines at around 11 a.m. The injured person was flown by helicopter to Juneau for medical treatment.
    Authorities said witnesses reported seeing the twin-engine plane c
  • Education department faces deep cuts; DeVos faces tough questions

    President Donald Trump’s nominee for Education secretary, Betsy DeVos (Screenshot of U.S. Senate video)
    What a week it’s been for education news. Let’s begin NPR Ed’s weekly roundup as the week began, on Monday …
    DeVos talks choice in Indianapolis
    It was expected to be an important speech, perhaps the unveiling of President Trump’s long-awaited, $20 billion plan to expand school choice nationally. But that didn’t happen.
    Instead, when Education Secretar
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  • Monsoon-triggered mudslides, floods in Sri Lanka kill more than 90 people

    Sri Lankan military rescuers and villagers stand on the debris of a house that was destroyed in a landslide in the village of Bellana, in the Kalutara district of Sri Lanka, on Friday. Mudslides and floods triggered by heavy monsoon rains have killed scores of people in the island nation.
    Eranga Jayawardena/AP
    Heavy rains in Sri Lanka have prompted devastating mudslides and flooding, killing at least 91 people and leaving more than 100 missing, according to authorities.
    Search and rescue operati
  • Military mortuary employee allegedly offered peek at John Glenn’s remains

    STS-95 crewmember, astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn. Glenn was the first American to orbit the earth, and he returned to space in October 1998 aboard Space Shuttle flight STS-95. This is his official portrait for that Shuttle mission. (Creative Commons photo courtesy NASA on The Commons)
    The Air Force says it will investigate an incident in which an employee at the Dover Air Force Base mortuary allegedly offered to show John Glenn’s remains to Defense Department inspectors.
    As part of
  • Special session puts 30 Kenai Peninsula teaching jobs in limbo

    About 200 Anchorage teachers received pink slips Wednesday after the Alaska’s Legislature missed its 90-day deadline to solidify the budget. As uncertainty over teachers’ job security around the state grows, teaching staff on Kenai Peninsula are retaining theirs. But, 30 unfilled positions are still in limbo.
    As the Legislature goes into a special session, school districts hope they predicted as close as possible as to where the budget will land. Both the House and Senate have indivi
  • North Korea launches short-range ballistic missile, U.S. military says

    (Credit: CBS News)
    North Korea on Sunday launched a short-range ballistic missile, the U.S. Pacific Command said.
    The missile was tracked for six minutes until it landed in the Sea of Japan, the U.S. Pacific Command said.
    The White House said President Trump had been briefed on the launch.
    This is the ninth missile test North Korea has conducted this year. Earlier this month, North Korea claimed it had launched a missile large enough to carry “a “large, heavy nuclear warhead.”
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  • Living on water: Welcome to Freedom Cove

    A Canadian couple has crafted a life for themselves on a floating man-made island fashioned from reclaimed materials. CBS NEWS
    While many people have made a houseboat their abode, Lee Cowan has found a designing couple who’s taken the idea of waterborne living even further:
    Wayne Adams rarely sets a foot on dry land … not even when he makes his way home to his wife, Catherine King, because their home ebbs and flows with the tide.
    “I remember phoning my parents from town and I
  • The hottest pepper in the world? Beware the ‘Dragon’s Breath’

    Farmers in Wales may have the world’s hottest chili pepper on their hands, according to British media reports.
    Mike Smith reportedly grew a chili pepper that smashes all previous heat records — all by accident. Smith said he never intended to breed a particularly spicy pepper and he doesn’t even like foods with heat, The Telegraph reports.
    The pepper came from a plant Smith borrowed from fellow farmer Neal Price, which reportedly was grown using specialized plant food developed
  • Alcohol suspected in serious Seward Highway crash

    (Rick Rysso / KTVA) (Rick Rysso / KTVA)
    The Seward Highway was completely closed in both directions for about five hours overnight following a crash at mile 76 near Portage Glacier Road.
    The crash occurred sometime just before 11 p.m. and the road finally reopened to traffic around 4 a.m.
    Anchorage Police say a northbound BMW crossed over into the oncoming traffic late in an attempt to pass a vehicle when it struck a Ford Ranger head-on.
    Whittier Police were first to respond, according to Walte
  • 1 dead in head-on Glenn Highway collision

    The Anchorage Police Department’s Traffic Unit is trying to determine what caused an SUV to lose control and cause a fatal crash Saturday.
    About 15 minutes after midnight Saturday morning, APD says a Chevy Suburban inbound on the Glenn Highway lost control, crossed the center median and struck a Ford Focus head-on.
    The driver of the Focus, who has not yet been identified, was pronounced deceased on the scene.
    It’s not yet clear what caused the SUV to lose control.
    No charges or citat
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  • Pedestrian struck, killed on Gambell

    Anchorage Police are investigating a fatal crash involving a pedestrian.
    Just before 3 a.m. Saturday, a late model Chevy Malibu traveling southbound on Gambell Street struck a pedestrian.
    Police say the pedestrian, who has not yet been identified, was in the roadway outside of a crosswalk when he was hit. The man was taken to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
    No charges have been filed in connection with this incident.
    The post Pedestrian struck, killed on Gambell appeared first o
  • On first day back, Trump lashes out at ‘fake news media’

    WASHINGTON — Hours after returning from his first trip abroad as president, President Trump tweeted Sunday morning about “fake news media” and White House leaks.
    “It is my opinion that many of the leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media,” Mr. Trump said in a series of tweets.
    “Whenever you see the words ‘sources say’ in the fake news media, and they don’t mention names… it is very possible
  • US official mulling greatly expanding airplane laptop ban

    WASHINGTON (AP) – Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he’s considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States.
    That would dramatically expand a ban announced in March that affects about 50 flights per day from 10 cities, mostly in the Middle East. The current ban was put in place because of concerns about terrorist attacks.
    The ban prevents travelers from bringing laptops, tablets and certain other devices on board
  • Feds: Man jumps from plane after trying to bite attendant

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) – A 22-year-old man jumped out of an airplane waiting to take off in North Carolina and had to be stopped from running onto the runway.
    A federal air marshal said in a sworn statement that 22-year-old Tun Sein was flying from Charlotte to New Bern on Thursday when he stood after the American Airlines flight had pulled away from the gate and was waiting to take off.
    Authorities say Sein ignored a flight attendant, then tried to bite her and fought off two passengers. He
  • ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ tops box office, ‘Baywatch’ sinks

    LOS ANGELES (AP) – It was smooth sailing to the top spot at the box office for “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales,” but the waters were choppier for the Dwayne Johnson comedy “Baywatch.”
    Studio estimates on Sunday say the fifth installment of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise commandeered $62.2 million in its first three days in theaters.
    The Johnny Depp-starrer is projected to take in $76.6 million over the four-day holiday weekend
  • High school seniors take spotlight in Juneau elementary schools

    Juneau-Douglas seniors walk through Harborview Elementary School on Friday. (Photo courtesy Juneau School District)
    The Juneau-Douglas High School seniors are eating a barbecue lunch after visiting Gastineau and Harborview Elementary schools this morning. The seniors donned their caps and gowns and took a victory lap through the schools. The walkthroughs are supposed to inspire the school district’s younger kids to graduate.
    Rena Nauer and Sierra Ezrre were eating lunch together but t
  • Local organizations to host three Memorial Day ceremonies in Juneau

    A musician plays taps to conclude the Memorial Day observance at Evergreen Cemetery in 2016. (Photo by Matt Miller/KTOO)
    Flags will fly at half-staff Monday morning in recognition of Memorial Day. The holiday recognizes people who have died in military service.
    In a White House proclamation, President Donald Trump designated 11 a.m. local time to unite in prayer for permanent peace and asked all Americans to observe a national moment of remembrance at 3 p.m. local time.
    The proclamation begins:&
  • Crash temporarily shuts down Seward Hwy overnight

    (Rick Rysso / KTVA) (Rick Rysso / KTVA)
    Last updated at 6:15 a.m. on Sunday, May 28
    The Seward Highway was completely closed in both directions for about five hours overnight following a crash at mile 76 near Portage Glacier Road.
    The crash occurred sometime just before 11 p.m. and the road finally reopened to traffic around 4 a.m.
    Whittier police were first to respond, according to Walter Hebb, the first motorist to arrive at the scene. Girdwood first responders, Anchorage police and the Ancho
  • Crash shuts down Seward Hwy near Portage Glacier Road

    (Rick Rysso / KTVA)
    (Bing Maps)
    The Seward Highway is completely closed in both directions at mile 76, according to an alert sent out by the Anchorage Police Department at around 11:30 p.m. Saturday.
    The location is just south Portage Glacier Road, near the Placer River.
    An Anchorage police officer at the scene said the road will likely be closed until about 5 a.m. as they investigate the crash.SEWARD HIGHWAY: APDAK: Seward Highway at mile 76 is shut down in both directions due to a traffic acc
  • Update: Troopers identify 2 Juneau men in plane crash near Haines

    (Creative Commons photo by Matt’ Johnson)
    Update | 11:50 a.m. Sunday
    Alaska State Troopers released the names for two of the three people on board a plane that crashed southwest of Haines Saturday morning.
    David Kunat, a 29-year-old Juneau pilot, and an adult male passenger from California both died at the crash site. Troopers said the other passenger, 31-year-old Chan Valentine from Juneau, survived the crash and was transported to Bartlett Regional Hospital.
    Authorities notified Kunat&rs
  • 2 dead, 1 critical in plane crash near Haines

    (Creative Commons photo by Matt’ Johnson)
    Two people died in a plane crash about 9 miles southwest of Haines near Glacier Point late Saturday morning. One person is critically injured, said Clint Johnson, chief of the National Transportation Safety Board’s Alaska office in Anchorage.
    “Witnesses reported a twin engine airplane taking off from a site. …  It crashed in an area of tidal flats or tidal beach in shallow water and unfortunately, two people (were)
  • Feds to gain control over Alaska river

    BETHEL, Alaska (AP) — Starting next month, the management of king salmon on a southwestern Alaska river will transfer from state control to federal.
    KYUK-AM reports that as of June 12, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will begin to oversee the salmon living on lower and middle Kuskokwim River. Under federal law, the switch is necessary when there is poor return of king salmon. By taking over the fishery, the service is responsible for ensuring that local people receive subsistence priori
  • Arkansas veteran’s remains returns home after 65 years

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The remains of an Arkansas National Guardsman killed 65 years ago in a plane crash in Alaska have been returned to his home state.
    Staff Sgt. Robert Dale Van Fossen was 21 when his plane went missing on Nov. 22, 1952, after he and other troops flew through harsh weather.
    Wreckage was found eight days later, but the remains of many of those killed weren’t found until 2012, when the site was rediscovered by a Black Hawk helicopter on a routine training mission.
  • Interior Secretary Zinke to visit Alaska

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (ZINK’-ee) will visit Alaska.
    The state’s congressional delegation announced Zinke will arrive Saturday for a multi-day trip that will include a visit to Prudhoe Bay.
    His itinerary also includes visiting Denali National Park and Preserve, which is celebrating its centennial, and meetings with Interior Department employees and the Alaska Federation of Natives in Anchorage.
    On Wednesday, also in Anchorage, Zinke is schedule
  • Fairbanks police kill man who rammed police vehicles

    FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — Fairbanks police officers shot and killed a car chase suspect after the man rammed law enforcement vehicles that had blocked his pickup at a Mitchell Expressway onramp.
    The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the suspect’s name has not been released.
    Alaska State Troopers first spotted the man with outstanding felony warrants driving a white pickup Thursday.
    Troopers chased him down the Richardson Highway, and Troopers Lt. Brian Wassmann says witnesses reporte
  • With tug still underwater, Samson develops salvage plan

    The tugboat Powhatan remains underwater, surrounded by booms to contain the oil spill in April 2017. (Photo courtesy of SEAPRO)
    A Sitka tugboat that sank at the Samson Tug & Barge dock four weeks ago remains underwater at Starrigavan Bay.
    According to a situation report, issued by the state Thursday, initial estimates that the vessel contained 340 gallons of oil on board were incorrect.
    Divers have found multiple spots where oil could have been released and have since sealed off th
  • G7 Summit ends without U.S. joining consensus on climate change

    From left, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, U.S. President Donald Trump, Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, French President Emmanuel Macron, Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, and British Prime Minister Theresa May pose during the G7 summit in Taormina, Italy, on Friday.
    Andrew Medichini/AP
    At the end of a G7 summit, it’s customary for the nations to release a communiqué that conveys areas of consensus among the nations. Last year,
  • Republican Gianforte wins Montana House race despite assault charge

    Updated at 4:55 a.m. ET
    Republican Greg Gianforte won the special election for Montana’s lone congressional seat on Thursday despite an election eve misdemeanor assault charge for allegedly body-slamming a reporter.
    Gianforte had been silent following the allegations, with his campaign only releasing a statement claiming that The Guardian‘s Ben Jacobs had been the aggressor. But speaking at his victory party in Bozeman shortly after the race was called, Gianforte admitted he was in t
  • Life-without-parole sentences for D.C. Sniper thrown out by judge

    Lee Boyd Malvo attends court proceedings for fellow sniper suspect John Allen Muhammad in 2003. A federal judge has thrown out two sentences of life without parole that Malvo has been serving in Virginia.
    MARTIN SMITH-RODDEN/AP
    A federal judge has thrown out two life sentences being served by Lee Boyd Malvo, one of two people convicted in the Washington, D.C., sniper killings of 2002.
    Judge Raymond Jackson in Norfolk, Va., ruled Friday that because the Supreme Court has found it unconstitutional
  • Jet owned by Elvis sold for $430,000 at auction

    (Photo courtesy of liveautcioneers.com) (Photo courtesy of liveautcioneers.com) (Photo courtesy of liveautcioneers.com)
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – A private jet once owned by Elvis Presley has been auctioned after sitting on a runway in New Mexico for 35 years.
    GWS Auctions Inc. says the plane sold for $430,000 on Saturday at a California event featuring celebrity memorabilia.
    The auction house says Elvis designed the interior that has gold-tone woodwork, red velvet seats and red shag carpe
  • Judge dismisses lawsuit against Clinton by Benghazi families

    WASHINGTON (AP) – A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Hillary Clinton filed by the parents of two Americans killed in the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya.
    U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in Washington says the former secretary of state didn’t defame the parents when disputing allegations that she had lied.
    The lawsuit also alleged Sean Smith and Tyrone Woods were killed because Clinton’s use of a private email server ultimately exposed terrorists
  • Remains of Arkansas soldier killed in Colony Glacier plane crash returned home

    An Arkansas National Guardsman who was killed in plane crash in Alaska 65 years ago has finally made it home.
    Staff Sgt. Robert Dale Van Fossen was laid to rest Saturday in Little Rock. Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson ordered flags lowered to half mast in Van Fossen’s honor.
    His remains were found among the wreckage of a C-124 Globemaster that crashed on Colony Glacier during poor weather conditions in November, 1952.
    The crash site was discovered in 2012. Every year since, a re
  • Historic planes head to Dutch Harbor to mark 75th anniversary of Aleutians battle

    John Pletcher’s invitation is too good to ignore — a chance for myself to get back in the sky for the first time in a while.
    It takes his JRF-5 Grumman Goose just seconds to take flight at Anchorage’s Merrill Field, then it’s off to Dutch Harbor, to take part in the 75th anniversary of the start of the Aleutians Islands Campaign.
    Pletcher’s plane has flown since the U.S. Marines commissioned it in August 1944. The Goose served Annapolis Naval Air Station, before it
  • NTSB investigating separate fatal crashes near Fairbanks, Haines

    Last updated at 9:10 p.m. on Saturday, May 27
    Two people are confirmed dead and one is in critical condition following a fatal plane crash near the small Southeast Alaska community of Haines.
    A twin engine Piper PA-30 crashed “under unknown circumstances” on a beach around 11 a.m. Saturday, according to Federal Aviation Administration spokesperson Ian McGregor.
    Witnesses reported the plane crashed shortly after takeoff, NTSB Alaska chief Clint Johnson said in a phone c
  • 2 confirmed dead in Southeast Alaska plane crash

    Last updated at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, May 27
    Two people are confirmed dead and one is in critical condition following a fatal plane crash near the small Southeast Alaska community of Haines.
    The crash happened around 11 a.m. Saturday, according to NTSB Alaska chief Clint Johnson.
    Witnesses reported the plane crashed shortly after takeoff.
    Two of the occupants were confirmed dead at the scene, while a third person in critical condition was flown to Juneau, said Johnson.
    The plane was a
  • Feds to gain control over Kuskokwim king salmon management

    BETHEL, Alaska (AP) – Starting next month, the management of king salmon on a southwestern Alaska river will transfer from state control to federal.
    KYUK-AM reports that as of June 12, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will begin to oversee the salmon living on lower and middle Kuskokwim River. Under federal law, the switch is necessary when there is poor return of king salmon. By taking over the fishery, the service is responsible for ensuring that local people receive subsistence p
  • Gregg Allman of The Allman Brothers Band dies at age 69

    Gregg Allman (Dena Flows / Flickr Creative Commons)
    SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) – A publicist for rock legend Gregg Allman says the organist and singer for The Allman Brothers Band has died. He was 69.
    Ken Weinstein confirmed Saturday that Allman died at his home in Savannah, Georgia.
    Allman had cancelled some 2016 tour dates for health reasons. In March 2017, he canceled performances for the rest of the year.
    After years of substance abuse, Allman contracted hepatitis C and underwent a 2010 liver
  • Oregon man hurling racial slurs kills 2 on Portland train

    Jeremy Joseph Christian (Portland Police Department)
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – The Latest on a stabbing on a Portland, Oregon, train that left two dead (all times local):
    9:45 a.m.
    The 35-year-old Oregon man identified by authorities in the fatal stabbing of two people on a Portland light-rail train has a criminal record that includes stints in prison.
    Court records located by The Associated Press on Saturday show that Jeremy Joseph Christian was convicted of robbery, kidnapping and a weapons
  • Man hurling racial slurs kills 2 on Portland train

    Jeremy Joseph Christian (Portland Police Department)
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – The Latest on a stabbing on a Portland, Oregon, train that left two dead (all times local):
    9:45 a.m.
    The 35-year-old Oregon man identified by authorities in the fatal stabbing of two people on a Portland light-rail train has a criminal record that includes stints in prison.
    Court records located by The Associated Press on Saturday show that Jeremy Joseph Christian was convicted of robbery, kidnapping and a weapons
  • Juneau officials to consider zoning rules on historic homes

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – The city and borough of Juneau is considering relaxing zoning rules on historic homes.
    KTOO-FM reported Friday that Juneau and Douglas homeowners that want to remodel or rebuild historic homes are faced with zoning laws that complicate the process. That’s because many of the rules did not exist when the historic neighborhoods were built.
    According to the report, efforts to adjust zoning laws came after the Planning Commission denied an Alaska couple’s
  • 5 new AST K-9 teams hit the streets

    (Left) Mocha; (Right) Mak
    Alaska State Troopers are about to have more specially-trained troopers on the job.
    Five teams of K-9 cops and their partners graduated Friday and are certified to better detect drugs.
    The graduations are part of the governor’s “Safer Alaska” initiative.
    Troopers now have six dog teams for drug detection, but, two of them, Mocha and Mak, are different; they’re the first dogs to not be trained to sniff out marijuana. Mocha and Mak were named
  • Man guilty of raping woman with Down syndrome

    An Anchorage man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman with Down syndrome.
    Police say the assault occurred at a Penland Parkway trailer in June 2013.
    A witness told police that 36-year-old Michael Carl “raped the handicapped girl”.
    Carl will be sentenced in August; he could face up to 15 years in prison.
    The post Man guilty of raping woman with Down syndrome appeared first on KTVA 11.
  • Anchorage man found guilty of raping woman with Down syndrome

    Last updated at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 27
    An Anchorage man has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a woman with Down syndrome.
    Thursday, an Anchorage jury found 36-year-old Michael Carl guilty of second- and third-degree sexual assault.
    According to the Anchorage Police Department, the assault occurred at the Penland Parkway trailer park in June 2013. Police responded to a report of a “large disturbance” outside a trailer at around 1:30 a.m.
    When officers arrived, one
  • Report: Kushner proposed secret communications with Russia

    Jared Kushner
    President Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner, proposed to the Russian envoy that a secret communications channel could be set up between the transition team and the Kremlin, the Washington Post reported Friday.
    This would involve using Russian diplomatic facilities to prevent the monitoring of conversations between top Trump officials and Russia, according to the Post, which cited U.S. officials briefed on the intelligence.
    The report stemmed from information a
  • A possible glimmer of hope for America’s ailing honeybees

    WASHINGTON — There’s a glimmer of hope for America’s ailing honeybees as winter losses were the lowest in more than a decade, according to a U.S. survey of beekeepers released Thursday.
    Beekeepers lost 21 percent of their colonies over last winter, the annual Bee Informed Partnership survey found. That’s the lowest winter loss level since the survey started in 2006 and an improvement from nearly 27 percent the winter before.
    The U.S. government has set a goal of keeping l
  • US plans test of intercontinental-range missile intercept

    WASHINGTON — Preparing for North Korea’s growing threat, the Pentagon will try to shoot down an intercontinental-range missile for the first time in a test next week. The goal is to more closely simulate a North Korean ICBM aimed at the U.S. homeland, officials said Friday
    The American interceptor has a spotty track record, succeeding in nine of 17 attempts since 1999. The most recent test, in June 2014, was a success, but that followed three straight failures. The system has evolved
  • Inside the Gates: National Guardsman brews success

    Like many careers, full-time Alaska National Guardsmen have busy lives. But many members still find time for hobbies, like one who brews award-winning beer.
    Lieutenant Colonel Britt Reed invented the Blackhawk Bock, a traditional German-style beer. Despite a demanding job as commander of the National Guard Blackhawk helicopter unit on Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson, he said homebrewing is a fun hobby he can do in his spare time.
    “I’ve been homebrewing since about 1995,” said
  • Juneau: The Amsterdam of Alaska?

    Could Juneau become one of the biggest destinations for pot tourism in the world? The City and marijuana retailers are hopeful.
    More than 10,000 tourists a day will step onto the docks in downtown Juneau this season. Even if just 10 percent of them were interested in consuming cannabis, that’s a thousand people; the City and marijuana retailers say that’s big business.
    The cruise ship that pulled into Juneau’s port Friday morning wore a fitting title: the “Amsterdam&

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