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Alaska Marine Advisory Program tracks the effectiveness of whale pingers

Alaska Marine Advisory Program tracks the effectiveness of whale pingersIn Alaska whale pingers are used to deter whales from running into purse seines and gill nets.

Big rule change comes to the Yukon Quest

Big rule change comes to the Yukon QuestThe Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race will have a new set of rules in 2015.

TODAY show to broadcast live from Mendenhall Glacier

TODAY show to broadcast live from Mendenhall GlacierTODAY's Natalie Morales will host a portion of the show from the visitor center pavilion from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m.

Fish dump found near trailhead, valley homes

Fish dump found near trailhead, valley homesBiologists tracking bears near Mendenhall Glacier this morning came across a fish dump at the end of Valley Boulevard.

Bears maul Anchorage hiker near Bird Ridge

A bear mauling in the Bird Creek area has sent one woman to an Anchorage hospital with serious injuries.

Historic quake disrupts life, habitat in Aleutians

Historic quake disrupts life, habitat in AleutiansAt a magnitude 7.9, the deep-sea earthquake that struck on June 23 was the most powerful to hit the Western Aleutians in 50 years.

Holly Brooks reclaims Mount Marathon title

Holly Brooks reclaims Mount Marathon titleOlympic skier Holly Brooks has reclaimed her title as winner of the women’s Mountain Marathon race.

Police say no foul play in Salmon Creek trail death

Police say no foul play in Salmon Creek trail death"There isn’t anything from the case that makes it appear to be nefarious in any way," Campbell says.

Gardentalk – Primrose division

Gardentalk – Primrose divisionTips for expanding your primrose population

Juneau’s Fourth of July parade route

Juneau’s Fourth of July parade routeJuneau’s Independence Day parade starts at 11 a.m. Friday