Find the schedule (and score updates!) for the 2016 Battle of the Bay Tournament here. Action gets underway Thursday Feb. 4 and runs through Saturday Feb. 6.
The National Marine Fisheries Service is hoping a new tracking program for seafood imports will help combat illegal fishing and fraud for 13 fish.
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- State seeks power to prosecute Bill Allen on federal trafficking charge
- Alaska DOC to be reviewed by newly appointed Commissioner
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Crime and Safety
- Robin Samuelson on BOF nominees, and why he thinks Bristol Bay may get a seat yet
- Feds announce tracking requirements for seafood imports
- Chenault on Ruffner, Fish Board confirmation process
- Bristol Bay backlash after Walker taps Ruffner to replace Johnson on Fish Board
- Board of Fisheries member resigns
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- Boeing Can Sell Planes To Iran, But Does Iran Want Them?
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