A knitting enthusiast in southeast Alaska is “yarn-bombing” her seaside community by wrapping public poles in knitted casings, sort of like a small-town Christo let loose with doilies
Two outpost offices of the National Weather Service in Alaska are finally ending what has been a bygone practice for most of the nation for almost two decades — using real human voices in radio forecast broadcasts.
Squirrels and birds are turning the lights out on customers in Alaska’s capital.
Bears are active throughout Alaska, from Anchorage to Sitka, where one was killed after attempting to break into a kitchen after the homeowner baked a pizza.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has been penalized $127,100 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture after 12 musk oxen died from malnutrition at the school’s large animal research station
A teenager was on the phone with her mother when the 18-year-old slipped down a 30-foot slope while hiking an Alaska mountain. Thankfully, the teen survived.
The t-shirt designed by the student will raise funds for specialized playground equipment
An Alaskan wildfire that has burned 151 square miles is threatening about 150 cabins, vacation homes and year-round residents
A 23-year-old Anchorage man working at a Palmer-area raspberry farm was charged Monday with using a machete to kill the 81-year-old owner who hired him days earlier.
The unnamed woman was bloodied and dazed after being attacked by a brown bear; found the strength to walk 2 miles through rough terrain to find help.