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Treasured for its grassy expanses, the Delaney Park Strip serves as the southern border to downtown Anchorage. It’s hard to imagine playing in a place with more varied or stunning backdrops. 
Alaska Dispatch News
A crash involving several vehicles, including a tour bus, shut down the Seward Highway at mile 80 Friday afternoon.
Alaska Dispatch News
Chicago-based photographer David J. Crewe visited Alaska first the first time early July. While adventuring with two photographer friends on Adak Island, Crewe took the opportunity to do what he does best: Capture sublime landscapes. He shot time-lapse footage of Mount Moffet, Lake Shirley, Clam Lagoon, Loran Station and Lake Ashley.According to Crewe, “It’s only the beginning. … I want to get out to Alaska and spend a lot more time there exploring and shooting all the state has to offer. Like many visitors to Alaska, Crewe fell in love with the landscape. “The whole area is an absolute dream.”Crewe plans to travel and teach as much as possible over the next couple of years.  He will be teaching through the Arcanum Project and writing through Resource Magazine and Fstoppers.com.  To submit your video to Alaska Dispatch News contact Tara Young at tara(at)alaskadispatch.com.
Alaska Dispatch News

The Moment Our Plane was Forced to Make An Emergency Landing - CX884 Hong Kong - Los Angeles

When Cathay Pacific Flight 884 from Hong Kong to Los Angeles was forced to land Wednesday at a remote air base in the Aleutians after smoke was detected onboard, one passenger captured the frightening ordeal on video.The clip uploaded to YouTube shows passengers putting on life vests as the Boeing 777 prepares to land at Eareckson Air Station on Shemya Island. No one was injured, and the passengers were then flown to Anchorage and, finally, to Los Angeles.Read more: Cooling fan suspected source of smoke that forced emergency landing in Aleutians
Kim Sunée
I find that reds and silvers hold up well to sauces with some bite and sass.
Mike Dunham
Steve Gordon paints realistic landscapes, James Temte does abstracts. But they have been exploring Alaska together and will show their diverse impressions in an upcoming two-man show.
Mike Dunham
The Music Machine prepares for upcoming performances August 5-8 at the Discovery Theatre to cap the summer workshop's 34th season. 
Alaska Dispatch News
A look at the workspace of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, Sen. Dan Sullivan and Rep. Don Young in and around the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Alaska Dispatch News

Boyd the Raven

Adventurer and photographer Brian Weed was visiting a friend in Auke Bay near Juneau when he came across Boyd, a wild but tame raven. Boyd has a history of going from house to house begging for food. According to Weed, “Boyd comes by for breakfast often. It appears Boyd is not afraid of people as I was able to pet him, just about anywhere except his feet. He bit me (hard enough to say ouch, but not break the skin) his way of telling me no.” Boyd likes shiny things, which Weed says “is fun at first but when he starts dropping tools on you as you work on your truck he is not much fun.”To submit your video to Alaska Dispatch News contact Tara Young at tara(at)alaskadispatch.com.
Jerzy Shedlock,Loren Holmes
Joshua Almeda, 24, showed no emotion in an Anchorage courtroom Thursday as he admitted killing his girlfriend Breanna Moore last year. He pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, a charge that carries up to 99 years in prison.
Tara Young
Charlie's Bakery is no typical (or stereotypical) Asian restaurant. If not for the menu on the wall and a few Chinese-language banners here and there, you’d take it for a regular bakery with a bunch of tables and chairs.
An evening flight of whimbrels streamed by our boat in a long, wide-spread V formation, their high-pitched peeping cry audible as they passed. Four distinct flocks of 50 or more birds made up the entire contingent of birds that call this place on Bristol Bay’s lower Kvichakestuary home. The whimbrels were spread enough to make it seem as though there were many more than there actually were.  

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