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A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.0 hit off the shores of Japan's southern Pacific island. The Meteorological Agency says the offshore quake Sunday struck about 370 kilometers (230 miles) below the sea surface. The agency said there...
For a group of artists who have never before worked with stone, the task was daunting: take a class in sculpture. Produce a work of art in a week. And while you’re at it, let tourists watch. That was the scene this week at the Alaska Native...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture, Sculpture, Artists, New Mexico
Channel 2 NewsMore than six months after the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan, one Anchorage man is in the region, helping the people in the area recover and rebuild. Jeff Nelson, a photographer and retired construction business owner, flew to Tokyo on...
Channel 2 NewsBuoys manufactured in Japan have been showing up on Sitka beaches and residents are wondering if they are part of the flotsam caused by last year's tsunami. Experts tracking beach debris in Alaska tell the Sitka Daily Sentinel that it's too early...
It's the kind of July 4th float that will make you do a double take, a trailer covered in waves with a massive tsunami riding on the back of it. But if you take a minute to talk to the creators, you'll find out how this float fits in perfectly. "We...
Channel 2 NewsA tsunami warning was issued and then canceled Thursday night for the Aleutian chain, after a 7.3 preliminary-magnitude earthquake struck 20 miles southeast of Amutka Pass. The warning was issued for the areas between Unimak Pass and Amchitka Pass at 7:...
Channel 2 NewsYou might notice some interesting visitors down at the Port of Anchorage this week -- a group of Japanese destroyers carrying more than 700 officers and crew. The Japan Training Force, part of the Japan Maritime Self Defense Force, the country's naval...
KTUU.comThree separate climbers were rescued by helicopter from approximately 19,000 feet Monday night, the National Park Service says. All three were suffering from severe altitude-related illness. The Park Service says park ranger Tucker Chenoweth and four...
Tags: Travel, Nature, Gardens and Parks, Tourism and Leisure, Climbing
Magic 98.9Color Crazy ‘Stache Bash for Covenant House Alaska Thursday, March 31, 7 p.m. The Anchor Pub (4th Avenue) A celebration of the culmination of the “Color for Covy” and “Mustache March” events for Covenant House Alaska: big...
Tags: Entertainment, Alaska, Rivers, Theater, Chocolate Cake
The Environmental Protection Agency says the harmless levels of radioactive iodine fallout from Japan detected at Dutch Harbor on March 19 and 20 were higher than other reporting stations in the United States. The director of the state health lab in...
The U.S. Northern Command in Colorado says more than 5,200 family members of American service personnel have been flown to the United States from Japan following the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis. Northern Command said Tuesday that about 2,600...
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