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An historic first, a stolen jaw and squid beaks for lunch: Here’s what scientists are making of the sperm whale beached near Juneau
It washed up just north of Juneau.
This move might cost the city immediately.
A cold wind didn’t stop people from attending.
One bill is meant to be a “conversation starter.”
She’s been in that position since 2012.
Passenger fees fund the endeavor.
It’s hot, and that’s a problem.
They follow in the wake of the Bartlett and Taku.
He’ll stay on until the state finds a replacement.
She left with more than $300 in merchandise.
The Forest Service process marches on.
Projections for king salmon are low once again.
They don’t like oil spills.
Attorneys expect a long wait.
A school project took on a life of its own.
They heard from nearly 2,000 Alaskans.
Nobody was home at the time.
Around 100 people showed up.
The decision goes beyond a hovercraft.
There were 14 lead changes.