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Thousands of Alaskans participated in the Mud Factor "Seriously Fun, 5K Obstacle Run" at Kincaid Park on Sunday, June 14, 2015.

Competitors ran 5-K on the ski trails in the woods at Kincaid Park before negotiating man-made obstacles, and finally, a mud pit near the end of the course.

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A team of military searchers, anthropologists and mountaineers is once again trying to turn back the clock on the crash of a C-124 Globemaster cargo plane that slammed into a mountainside above Southcentral Alaska's Colony Glacier in 1952...

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At Thunder Bird Falls, the waterfall is the payoff for trail users, who can walk one mile on a wide dirt path that leads to a viewing platform for glimpse of the waterfall or can hike down a narrower trail to the bank of Eklutna River and then scramble up some rocks to get close enough to feel th...

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Musicians, from left, Suzanne Little, teacher Patty Hamre, Miles Allen, BP Teacher of the Year Mary Schallert and Great Alaska Schools supporters gathered in an "emergency protest" near the Legislative Information Office in downtown Anchorage on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, demanding that the Legisla...

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The Anchorage Fire Department held a graduation ceremony in the AFD Training Center on Thursday, May 21, 2015, for 14 new firefighters who recently completed a rigorous training program...

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About 250 people gathered for a "Justice for Jeff" rally at Spruce Park in Anchorage on Tuesday, May 12, 2015, near the location of a hit-and-run collision that killed bicyclist Jeff Dusenbury last July...

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Three orphaned brown bear cubs -- which were rescued earlier this month on Kodiak Island after their mother was killed by a hunter -- wake up from a nap and begin wrestling with each other in...

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The resident brown bears at the Alaska Zoo tested bear-resistant trash cans during a Bear Aware event held on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10...

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SOLDOTNA -- The chalky, turquoise water of the upper Kenai River murmured softly as Justin Cooley stepped into it from the smooth-cobbled shoreline....

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Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists say they are working to capture and relocate a family of five black bears frequenting the Government Hill neighborhood but haven't yet been in the right place at the right time to do so....

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