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Alaska’s temporary paper IDs don’t make the cut for airport security, TSA says -- which could mean a slower trip through airport security.Laurel Andrews

For the first time, the Alaska Railroad has partnered with the Talkeetna Bachelor Society to have attendees of the annual Bachelor Auction & Ball share a car in the Aurora Winter Train on the way to the auction in Talkeetna. 

Tara Young
Between holiday sales and an ongoing airfare battle, both Alaska and Delta are offering great deals for travel in January and February to destinations all over the country.Scott McMurren
With little actionable instruction, the U.S. Department of State's message is "be careful" for those traveling in the coming months, including the busy holiday season.Scott McMurren
Simple suggestions from frequent travelers to help you be prepared.Scott McMurren
Industry consolidation means travelers will likely see scaled back travel incentivesScott McMurren
Since 1997, hotel developers from the Lower 48 have, in effect, colonized a half-mile stretch of C Street from just north of Tudor Road to International Airport Road. Two more hotels are under construction.Jeannette Lee Falsey
Mileage plans and credit cards give travelers more options to pay for expensive tickets.Scott McMurren
On the Dalton Highway, most conversations concern the Dalton Highway. Although there aren’t many people on the road, they inevitably talk about the road. Alan Feuer | The New York Times

Despite vast improvements in safety equipment, Anchorage driving instructor Leslie Hysom says winter driving techniques haven’t changed much over the years. We showed her a 1957 public service video and asked her to rate how well the techniques drivers learned decades ago hold up today. 

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