4 legged friend gives legally blind man independence

Wed Apr 24 21:18:06 PDT 2019

4 legged friend gives legally blind man independence

Bryan Gearry was recently paired with his new guide dog Camden through the Guide Dog Foundation.

Neighbor comments on man killed in shooting with Wasilla police

She said they were friendly neighbors. He was always polite. Her daughter babysat his kids. Then, the unimaginable happened ... and she doesn't understand why.

Outdoor Alaska: Dimishing sea ice prompts polar bear behavior changes

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104-year-old cottage restoration

Tina Sellers Wareham works for the Alaska Railroad Corporation and the cottage that she and her husband Andrew Wareham just bought was built as a bunkhouse for railroad workers over 100 years ago. With some help from Tina's father in-law, Lee Wareham, the three of them have begun to restore this little gem from Anchorage's history. And though this project is about preserving the past, Tina says it's also about their connection to the Alaska Railroad.

The world's first living robot has been created!

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Proposed legislation would require mental health curriculum in Alaska schools

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Falling Iguana Forecast? Yes, its true!

Temperatures will drop overnight in S. Florida, and that may not be the only thing "dropping".