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Channel 2 NewsBethel police say a local man drowned in a lake Monday night while swimming home with his friend after an egg-hunting trip. Bethel Police Department Chief Larry Elarton says officers responded at about 8:40 p.m. to a possible drowning reported in the...
Channel 2 NewsA Sterling man is presumed dead after trying to retrieve a canoe from the frigid waters of Portage Lake while hiking with his brother Monday afternoon. According to a Tuesday AST dispatch, Dave and Larry Dobson canoed to the south side of the lake Monday...
Tags: Sports, Hypothermia, Canoeing and Kayaking
Channel 2 NewsThe award-winning PBS Television series, "Frontline" examined Pebble Mine in a documentary that aired Tuesday night and the subject manner continues to generate mixed reactions. And one day after the program was broadcast, supporters of the mine seemed...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's efforts to assess the environmental impacts of the Pebble Mine are now causing repercussions on Capitol Hill. The Anchorage Daily News reported this week that some congressional republicans are challenging...
Channel 2 NewsFour people were uninjured after a Yute Air flight suffered an engine failure and made an unpowered landing on a frozen lake near Bethel Sunday night, according to company officials and Alaska State Troopers. Dan Knesek, Yute Air’s director of...
Channel 2 NewsWith the end of the Anchorage school year Thursday, many local parents are facing the summer conundrum of how to keep kids busy and fit during the long days ahead. Channel 2 asked what you and your kids will be doing on our Facebook page, and here’s...
Tags: Facebook, Electronics, Gaming, Netflix Inc., Fishing
Channel 2 NewsThe National Weather Service says river and lake ice is beginning to thin and decay as spring temperatures warm above freezing. That means dangerous conditions not only for those driving on the ice in some parts of the state, but also for people...
Tags: Weather, Weather Reports
GoToAK.comIn the wildest part of the Eagle River valley, there's a hike that ends in a science lesson both simple and beautiful. There, where the mountains meet the headwaters of the South Fork of Eagle River, two sister lakes sit separated by a lichen-covered...
KTUU.comScott Dickerson, a Homer-based photographer and surf entrepreneur, recently drove his white truck and trailer to Anchorage to do two things. First, surf the bore tide, and second, evangelize about his new favorite outdoor activity: Stand-up paddle...
Tags: Ocean Surfing, Sports, Lake Surfing, Surfing, Windsurfing
CHICAGO (AP) — Two species of invasive Asian carp may be able to spawn in more Great Lakes tributaries than previously thought, according to a U.S. Geological Survey report on Tuesday. Researchers said they hope the new data will help predict...
Tags: U.S. Geological Survey
AP Correspondent John Flesher is embedded with members of the Great Lakes Exploration Group, which is searching for remains of the Griffin in northern Lake Michigan. He is filing periodic updates on the search progress. FAIRPORT, Mich. (AP) — A...
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