Thursday Jul 17
Anchorage Daily News
Controversial road project out of Juneau delayed again
A controversial half-billion-dollar road out of Juneau has been delayed again, ending chances construction could start as soon as this fall.
TODAY Show live from Juneau, Alaska
In order to broadcast live from Juneau, NBC got a special use permit from the Tongass National Forest, set up a satellite and installed six phone lines at the visitor center pavilion.
Strong start to season for gillnetters
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.
Capital City Weekly
Luck did not bless the steamer a Townsenda
Shipwrecks of freight and passenger vessels were more frequent in the "olden days" in Alaska.
'Gold Rush's Dakota Fred To Stake New Mining Claim in Doc 'All That Glitters'
EXCLUSIVE: Fred Hurt and his son Dustin Hurt from Discovery's reality series Gold Rush will be the subject of All That Glitters, a new documentary currently filming in Haines, Alaska and directed by Kirk Roos, producer of The Brass Teapot and Matt Walsh 's comedy directorial canon High Road and the upcoming A Better You.
Heavy rain shuts Yukon's Klondike Highway, Chilkoot Trail
Yukon highways officials say a rock slide Friday morning covered the South Klondike Highway between Carcross and Skagway at kilometre 58, around Tutshi Lake.
Anchorage Daily News
Review: State's new ferry security officer properly vetted
A review ordered by Gov. Sean Parnell into the hiring of a former police officer accused of sexual harassment has found that state officials conducted proper background checks before the man was hired.
Haines Junction lacks volunteers for ambulance service
Cyclists race in the 2014 Kluane-Chilkat International bike relay from Haines Junction, Yukon, to Haines, Alaska, on Sat., June 21. There was no ambulance service this past weekend during the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay when one of the cyclists was seriously injured.