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Deadlines for shipping to the Lower 48 are coming up fast.
The school board and members of the Legislature came together to thank some outstanding educators.
Bird strikes claim more than 1 billion birds a year.
Specially adapted bees and overwintering procedures help mitigate the cold.
Winter leads to an increase in residential fires, assistant chief for CCFR says.
JPD did not release the names of either person.
Prosecutors sought the maximum punishment.
The tree swallows migrate to Alaska to hatch their young.
There’s no need to keep looking for your god, because it’s called the Crunchy Wrap, and it loves you.
The research may help to save more veterans in the future.
The driver was arrested for drunken driving.
The driver and passenger were arrested.
He’s wanted for failure to report.
A watchful patron helped police find snowboards stolen from Eaglecrest Ski Area.
There will be more than 15,000 cookies and 100 pounds of fudge.
The vehicle was stolen from Aurora Harbor Sunday night, police say.
The teenager suffered from chest pains during a hike.
For our first bar food review, we decided to first try Devil’s Hideaway.
What organizations need the most as the holidays approach.
The U.S. military’s treatment of the Tlingit has been an unkind one.