Loren Holmes / ADN
Long before the terms “global warming” and “climate change” became part of the national dialogue, Alaska’s indigenous people noticed that things were going askew in the natural world.
Yereth Rosen
Small planes will be grounded for stretches in Seward, Dillingham and Kotzebue during President Barack Obama’s visits to those towns over the next few days, the Federal Aviation Administration has announced.
Lisa Demer
Gov. Bill Walker will fly to Washington, D.C., Sunday so that he can fly back to Anchorage on Air Force One with President Barack Obama for the president's visit to Alaska, according to Walker’s office.
Alex DeMarban,Erica Martinson
Two men were seriously injured in separate shootings early Saturday morning in Anchorage -- one on the south side and one downtown. 
Devin Kelly
Signs of the complicated security protocols underlying President Barack Obama's visit have been popping up around the state for weeks. What happens behind the scenes to pull it off?President Obama in AlaskaErica Martinson
Lake Atna filled the Copper River valley from about 60,000 to 10,000 years ago. Glennallen, Copper Center and Gulkana were underwater then, in the depths of a water body twice the size of the Great Salt Lake. ScienceNed Rozell
With warming seas creating new opportunities at the top of the world, nations are scrambling over the Arctic - its territorial waters, transit routes and especially, its natural resources - in a rivalry some already call a new Cold War.ArcticSteven Lee Myers | The New York Times
National Endowment for the Arts chairman Jane Chu is on a tour of Palmer, Anchorage, Juneau and Sitka "to see firsthand what's happening in arts in Alaska."  ArtsMike Dunham

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