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Injured musher speaks from bedside about accident

A gloomy Thanksgiving Day couldn’t dampen the spirits of Karin Hendrickson.

Volunteers deliver hot Thanksgiving meals to home-bound seniors

Salvation Army volunteers prepared a full Thanksgiving dinner with the fixings for 350 people living in Anchorage.

Alyeska to possibly open by next Friday

Alyeska Resort could open the mountain by next Friday according to Brian Burnett, mountain services manager. Temperatures began dropping last night and crews jumped into action for making snow.

'I will be back on the trail next year!' writes injured musher Karin Hendrickson

'I will be back on the trail next year!' writes injured musher Karin Hendrickson

Four-time Iditarod finisher Karin Hendrickson suffered a broken back and broken leg after a vehicle struck her dog team just before 8 p.m. Tuesday near Willow, according to the musher's Facebook page and borough officials.

Small plane loses power, crashes west of Cook Inlet; 2 hurt

Small plane loses power, crashes west of Cook Inlet; 2 hurt

Alaska State Troopers say a small plane crashed on the west side of Cook Inlet Thursday morning, with two injured occupants flown to Soldotna for treatment.

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Reporter turned pot supporter says she will fight APOC subpoena

Former KTVA reporter and owner of a medical marijuana business Charlene Egbe, also known as Charlo Greene, defied a request from state political watchdogs for information on her pro-marijuana group's activities Thursday.

MEA Accuses Wasilla of Delay Tactics in Powerline Permit

Talkeetna power back on after damaged power pole replaced

Matanuska Electric Association crews have replaced a power pole struck by a pickup truck in Talkeetna on Thanksgiving morning, with about 375 affected customers briefly losing power again during afternoon repair work.

Monitors say Kuskokwim River travel still unsafe

Monitors say Kuskokwim River travel still unsafe

Members of Bethel Search and Rescue say traveling on the Kuskokwim River is still unsafe because of open water.

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