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A shadow of the past is all that remains amid the abandoned grounds of Circle Hot Springs Resort for groundskeepers Bill and Claudette Glanz.
Life in the City of Circle has gone on much the same way it has for the hundred-plus years it has existed, despite its ups and downs.
About eight miles outside of Talkeetna, nestled in a grove of birch trees, resides an unassuming home that happens to be the headquarters for the largest manufacturer of birch syrup in the world.
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Denali National Park holds special meaning to many different people for all sorts of different reasons.
The only thing that could ever possibly rival Bernie Karl’s larger-than-life personality might be his ability to dream big.
Like Peter Parker and Mary Jane or Jonny Cash and June Carter, men can be motivated to great things for the love of a woman.
North Pole’s history may not be the most unknown Alaskan story, but the city still has a few secrets.
The Roadtrippin' Alaska team made started the day in Eagle and ended up in Delta Junction.
Editor's note: Channel 2's Marti Glaser visited the Alaska Flour Company in Delta Junction during her Road Trippin' travels across the state. She says her favorite part of this pancake recipe from the company's chefs is the cinnamon chips.
In its 115-year existence, the city of Eagle has worked hard at preserving that which defines it.
The origin of the town's name depends on who you talk to in Chicken.
Stepping into the Meier’s Lake Roadhouse is like stepping out of time itself. Driving north along the Richardson Highway, blink at the wrong time and one might just miss Meier’s Lake.
Like many first-timers to Glennallen, I thought to myself, what is there to do in this town?
Photos inside the 100-year-old Chitina Hotel fill walls, appropriately illustrating the town’s rich history.
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Valdez was named after a Spanish Admiral, until it wasn't.
One Buckner, a man and decorated soldier, the other the building named after him. Both products and casualties of an ever-evolving industry.
Just northwest of the Kenai Beach parking lot a municipal park trail can be found. Traveling north by northwest along the trail provides explorers a small taste of Kenai’s local vistas.
On a clear day in Homer, the seas in Kachemak Bay couldn't have been friendlier.
The sun rose bright over Mt. Alice Friday around 6 a.m. as the team prepared to embark on day two of its 22-day adventure across Alaska.
The first day of travel was filled with coffee beans, whale watching, seals and sea lions.