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Aliy Zirkle maintains Iditarod lead, reaches coast

Martin Buser’s team is less than an hour behind

Buser keeps Iditarod lead; first out of Nulato

Martin Buser, racing with 14 dogs, kept up his bid to win the 2014 Iditarod, leaving Nulato about 9:34 Friday night.

Goodbye sun and stars, hello snow

Goodbye sun and stars, hello snow

Incoming Eastern Gulf weather system should bring milder temperatures, snow for skiers and snowboarders

Mendenhall Glacier inspires awe, demands respect

Mendenhall Glacier inspires awe, demands respect

Visitors are urged to be cautious and be prepared when on lake ice, approaching glacier, or entering ice cave

Dogs fare better than mushers over rough trail

Dogs fare better than mushers over rough trail

Mushers are surprised at how many dogs fared well through some of the roughest trail they’ve seen in the race’s history.

Trapper Creek man saved by his dog

Trapper Creek man saved by his dog

Otis Orth’s dog Amber kept him warm during a night injured and stranded in the cold, then found the help that resulted in his rescue.

Bald eagles burned by flaming trash in Adak

Bald eagles burned by flaming trash in Adak

In Adak burning trash has killed or injured at least ten bald eagles in the last few months. Now it’s now the subject of a federal investigation.

Lindh and Hinkley overall Town Downhill winners

Lindh and Hinkley overall Town Downhill winners

Seventy-four skiers and snowboarders raced in the Town Downhill.

Strong deep-sea quake rattles Unalaska

Strong deep-sea quake rattles Unalaska

A 6.1 magnitude quake coming from unusually deep underwater shook Nikolski and Unalaska around noon last Wednesday.

Juneau’s Joe Tompkins to ski in Sochi Paralympics

Juneau’s Joe Tompkins to ski in Sochi Paralympics

The U.S. Olympic Committee says NBC network plans 50 hours of television coverage of the Paralympics between March 7 and March 16