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Secretary of State John Kerry told an audience at a State Department conference in Anchorage on Monday that Alaska, with its long human history and dramatic climate-induced changes, is the right place to discuss the future of a changing Arctic...

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At Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the Alaska Air National Guard's 176th Wing is hosting a week-long multinational humanitarian exercise for the first time in North America this week....

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Livestock and crops were moved into the barn at the Alaska State Fair grounds in Palmer on Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, in preparation for the noon opening on Thursday.

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A new school named for Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race co-founder Joe Redington Sr. is part of a boom in Mat-Su school construction to accommodate the region’s burgeoning population...

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WASILLA -- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald held a well-attended town hall meeting Thursday night, where Alaska veterans voiced their complaints about the health care system that many said is failing its service members...

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History came to life as costumed actors presented life stories at gravesites during the Anchorage Centennial edition of "Stories at the Cemetery" on July 12, 2015...

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Camp Fire Alaska held its 9th-annual Cardboard Boat Regatta on Thursday, July 9, 2015, at Taku Lake Park in Anchorage.

Groups learned how to work as a team in building a boat out of cardboard, and watched their counselors take the boats out on the water...

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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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