“The Kusko is what triggered everything for me. If I could win the Kusko at some point in my career, that would be huge.”
After finishing third and second the last two Copper Basin 300 races, the Two Rivers musher climbed one more notch to record the biggest victory of her young mushing career.
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A new statewide poll shows lopsided results when it comes to how Alaskans feel about a proposal to ban Muslims from entering the U.S.
Quirky and packed with Alaska Native art, artifacts and animals, Joe's Museum is an unexpected treasure in the Far North.
Bill Gamble became director after a major shake-up at the borough emergency services department and now says he is leaving to pursue a family project in the private sector.
A video clip of mammoth alligator known as "Mr. Humpback" sauntering across a grassy trail just a few yards from a group of photographers is bouncing its way through the Internet.
An Anchorage man watched five lynx stroll down the road in front of his house. And he was able to capture it on camera.
Theresa May called Tuesday for a Brexit strategy that indicates she plans to drop the most essential elements of the bloc.
Commissioner Dean Williams says counseling, security changes and new screening policies were major factors in a dramatic drop in the number of walkaways from Alaska halfway houses in the second half of 2016.
Chukchi Sea belugas have delayed their southward migration by up to a month. Analysis of ice-retreat and freeze-up dates over the past three decades shows why that might be so.
Real estate industry experts converged Friday to make predictions for the year ahead.
A 1946 incident at a cocktail lounge in Fairbanks tested, for the first time, the state's Anti-Discrimination Act.