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Bethel receives an unusual winter visitor – A robin

Bethel receives an unusual winter visitor – A robinA rare winter robin has been spotted in Bethel and it has folks wondering what exactly it means. Locals and a biologist say they think it has to do with climate change.

2 vehicles sink on Fairbanks ice stretch used as a shortcut

2 vehicles sink on Fairbanks ice stretch used as a shortcutAt least two vehicles recently sank into the Chena River on a section long used as an ice-covered shortcut

Tulsequah mine study outlines Taku River barging

Tulsequah mine study outlines Taku River bargingChieftain Metals Corp. is trying to reopen the long closed Tulsequah Chief Mine.

Community hopes to keep much-loved Eagle Valley Center alive

Community hopes to keep much-loved Eagle Valley Center alive"It is just a really special place," says Darren Snyder, UAF Cooperative Extension agent.

Porcupine Lodge opening may be delayed

Porcupine Lodge opening may be delayedContractors are still working on the new Porcupine Lodge at Juneau's Eaglecrest Ski Area

Eaglecrest Ski Area opens this weekend

Eaglecrest Ski Area opens this weekendUntil more snow falls on the mountain, only the Porcupine lift will be running.

Sealaska lands legislation could move with defense bill

Sealaska lands legislation could move with defense billThe long-awaited Sealaska bill is one piece of a Public Lands package that’s been added to a must-pass defense bill.

Update: First big snow of season expected in Southeast Alaska

Update: First big snow of season expected in Southeast AlaskaThe National Weather Service called off the winter storm warning for Juneau and northern Southeast Alaska on Sunday at 7 p.m.

When missing person isn’t found, Juneau SEADOGS search for happy ending

When missing person isn’t found, Juneau SEADOGS search for happy ending"We always want the problem to turn out right for them. It helps advance their training," says handler Stacey Poulson.

Mendenhall Valley air emergency, wood burning ban in effect

Mendenhall Valley air emergency, wood burning ban in effectThe state’s threshold for unsafe air begins at 35 micrograms of fine particulate matter per cubic meter. Tuesday night, it peaked near 80 micrograms.