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There are still questions about specifics in the ruling.
Closed-door meetings decide how much cruises will pay for summer violations.
Nothing fills your lungs, your eyes and your soul like Alaska.
Help is on the way for Juneau’s packed aircraft parking.
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
It’s the highest number of violations handed out in all but four years.
On their first full day in Alaska, David Hill and his family wanted to take advantage of the warm weather. The Dallas resident, his wife… Continue reading
Visitors to Juneau would like to see downtown cleaned up, both literally and figuratively, according to two Juneau Economic Development Council surveys. The results of… Continue reading
A second megaship will bring cruise ship passangers to Alaska starting next spring. The 3,883-passenger, 1,094-foot Norwegian Joy will reposition from China to Seattle for… Continue reading
After a day-long search that spread across the waters and shores of Glacier Bay, the National Park Service suspended its efforts Saturday for a man… Continue reading
Adventure cruise company UnCruise Adventures will spend as much as three quarters of million dollars to expand the spring tourism season.
Adventure cruise company UnCruise Adventures will spend as much as three quarters of a million dollars to expand the spring tourism season, CEO Dan Blanchard… Continue reading
The state of Alaska may soon begin drafting universal safety standards for the state’s ziplines, which have become popular attractions for summer tourists. In July,… Continue reading
When is a tourist like a fish? A new state audit has recommended an end to the state’s tourism marketing board as the state prepares… Continue reading