Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Alaska Gay Pride Sets Records
Thousands turnout in support -- not only in people but dollars
Dog Owners Concerned About University Lake Park
A Facebook post shared more than 15,000 times claims two dogs were sickened after eating something in the woods at the dog park.
‘Mexo-Americana’ Folk Band Plays Anchorage En Route to Nome
David Wax Museum plays Taproot Tuesday night
Fish and Game Ponders Early Closure for Ship Creek Kings
Fish and Game biologists are considering whether to close the fishery to king fishing early.
Floodwaters Damage Potter Marsh
Biologists say young salmon, particularly kings and cohos, may have a hard time finding food in the murky water.
Anchorage Fire Department Releases Photo of Arson Suspect
Authorities are asking for the public's help in identifying the man caught on surveillance tape
Grizzly Bear Sightings Prompt State to Close Angel Rocks Trail
The gate to the Angel Rocks Trail at 49.5 Mile Chena Hot Springs Road was closed at 8:30 p.m. and signs were posted alerting people about the bear sightings
Crews Battle Blaze Near Harding Lake
Several wildland fire crews and local fire departments attacked a rapidly growing fire Sunday evening near Harding Lake off Old Valdez Trail, about 35 miles southeast of Fairbanks.
Sen. Schumer Seeks Crackdown on 'Academic Doping'
Studies indicate up to 35 percent of college students use ADHD drugs as study aids
Jeb Bush: Parents 'Split' Over My Potential 2016 Bid
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush suggests his father wants to see him on the 2016 ballot