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At the end of June, herring returned to Auke Bay to spawn in significant numbers for the first time in more than 20 years - and though the ultimate success of the eggs remains to be seen, it's a promising sign for those working to increase herring's abundance in Lynn Canal and Southeast Alaska.
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Humpback whales in North Pass between Lincoln Island and Shelter Island in the Lynn Canal north of Juneau.
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For gillnetters in Northern Southeast, the season started off with lots of big, heavy fish and boats from around the region flocking north for a piece of the action.
Water and wastewater utility rates for Juneau residents and businesses will increase each year beginning Jan. 1 to help the city foot the bill for millions in long-needed infrastructure improvements.
It's been pouring rain in Juneau lately, which has some people bracing for a new and unusual kind of flooding precipitated by climate change.
NBC morning show filming at Mendenhall Glacier: NBC's "Today" show will be broadcasting live from Alaska's capital city Thursday morning.
Each year on July 4, Juneau and Douglas kids hurtle down Saint Anne's Avenue in cars of their own making.
In this Jan. 23, 2014, file photo, Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell gestures during a news conference in Juneau, Alaska.
Whether the fishery is becoming healthier won't be seen until scientists see if the eggs are fertilized and if they survive.
Alexander Logan Libbrecht is currently being held at Lemon Creek Correctional Center on a $25,000 bond.
On May 4, Sandra Gelber's body was found in the water off Salmon Creek Trail about a mile from the gate.
The Juneau Assembly is considering a proposal to sell the North Franklin Street parking lot to a group of local investors who want to build a 29-unit apartment complex with ground floor retail space on the property.
Juneau police report a house burglary while a Lemon Creek resident watched the fireworks in town Thursday night.
Then he gets out his drum and breaks into song, prompting his passengers on the Goldbelt Mount Roberts Tram to join in.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 12:43 pm
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