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'Into The Wild' Abandoned Bus Airlifted From Remote Alaska Location
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There Are COVID Travel Restrictions In 15 States
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'Into the Wild' bus removed from Alaska trail
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Bus from Into The Wild removed after safety concerns
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Russia charges Arctic city mayor over fuel spill response
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Melting glacier may trigger a destructive tsunami in Alaska's Prince William Sound: scientists
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Apple set to reopen more stores, face masks mandatory
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New COVID-19 Stats Indicates Most States Are Opening Up Far Too Early
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Freaked out about full flights during a pandemic? These airlines are still blocking seats – for nowDelta, Southwest, JetBlue and Alaska are among the airlines not filling planes to capacity amid the coronavirus pandemic. But be mindful of dates.
How Covid-19 Is Threatening Alaska’s Wild Salmon Fishing SeasonA Brooklyn winemaker travels north to Bristol Bay each summer to net the red salmon that support his family. This year he’s faced with a tough ethical and economic choice.
‘Into the Wild’ Bus, Seen as a Danger, Is Airlifted From the Alaskan WildThe Alaska Army National Guard transported the bus to a “secure site” after two hikers have died and at least 15 have had to be rescued while trying to reach the bus in the remote Alaskan..
Bus from 'Into the Wild' removed by air in AlaskaAn abandoned bus in the Alaska backcountry, popularized by the book "Into the Wild" and movie of the same name, was removed Thursday, state officials said. (June 18)
AP Top Stories June 19 AHere's the latest for Friday June 19th: Lines form for Trump Tulsa rally; Bolton book fight goes to court; California to send all registered voters mail-in ballots; National Guard helicopter removes..
Trump administration seeks to allow bear-baiting in Alaska refugeKilling brown bears at bait stations would be legal for the first time in Alaska's most-visited national wildlife refuge, under a proposed rule released on Wednesday by the Trump administration.
U.S. aircraft intercept Russian nuclear-capable bombers near Alaska: RIAU.S. fighter jets intercepted and escorted four Russian nuclear-capable bombers during a routine flight over neutral waters near the United States, the RIA news agency reported on Wednesday, citing the..
Trump administration ends ban on killing Alaska bear cubs, wolf pupsThe Trump administration on Tuesday overturned an Obama-era rule that barred hunters in Alaska national preserves from baiting bear traps or killing denning bear cubs and wolf pups or other practices..
Trump Administration Revives Banned Hunting Techniques in AlaskaThe move reverses an Obama-era ban on hunting methods like baiting bears with doughnuts and shooting swimming caribou.
After GOP Sen. Murkowski says she's 'struggling' over whether she can support Trump, president vows to campaign against herSen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, called former Secretary of Defense James Mattis' criticism of Trump "true, and honest, and necessary and overdue." Now the president is vowing to campaign against her, no..
The grocery store at the end of the world: How a small-town Alaska grocer kept prices even, raised pay during the pandemicWhen coronavirus began to seep into the Last Frontier, grocer Max Rule found himself with the weight of an isolated island's worth of empty bellies on his shoulders.
Trump rule changes will allow Alaskan hunters to kill bear cubs, wolf pups in their densThe National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service say the decision better aligns with federal and state law.
Coronavirus live updates: Trump says he won't 'close the country' if there's a new wave; Alaska reopens; Memorial Day travel will be 'weak'Memorial Day travel projections are 'weak.' Trump skipped a mask in Michigan. Florida to host huge youth baseball tourney. Friday's coronavirus news.
‘It Could Happen Anytime’: Scientists Warn of Alaska Tsunami ThreatA retreating glacier is increasing the risk of a catastrophic landslide and tsunami within a few decades, researchers say.
Thousands Are Headed to Alaska’s Fishing Towns. So Is the Coronavirus.As the famed Copper River salmon season begins, isolated fishing towns are bracing for an influx of workers and their first brush with the coronavirus.
Unusual Mother's Day weather: Two-thirds of the US face record cold and snow while a heat wave blasts the WestMother's Day will bring Arctic blasts, wintry conditions and records low temperatures for two-thirds of the US. Meanwhile, a heat wave will hit Alaska
Alaska newspaper wins public service Pulitzer Prize; Reuters wins for photographyThe Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism on Monday for revealing one-third of Alaska's villages had no police protection, while the photography staff..
Reuters wins Pulitzer for photography, Alaska newspaper public service prizeThe Anchorage Daily News and ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism for revealing one-third of Alaska's villages had no police protection, while the photography staff of..
False bomb threat temporarily closes Anchorage airport to arrivalsThe Anchorage airport, Alaska's largest, temporarily shut Saturday to inbound traffic because of a bomb threat against a China Airlines cargo flight bound for Asia.
The new normal? US airlines announce requirements for passengers to wear face masksBeginning Monday, Delta, United and JetBlue will require passengers to wear face coverings. Alaska will do so beginning May 11.
Alaska School District Votes Out ‘Catch-22,’ ‘Gatsby’ and Other ClassicsSchool board members in Palmer, Alaska, raised concerns about language and sexual references in five books deemed too controversial.
Alaska city ends some virus business restrictionsThe first signs of activity post the coronavirus returned to Alaska's largest city Monday as businesses slowly began reopening to customers. (April 27)
Serving Wings and a Prayer: It’s Back to Business for Fairbanks RestaurantsThe Alaskan city 200 miles from the Arctic Circle was one of the first in the country to reopen restaurants after a long coronavirus shutdown.
Brazilian tourist rescued near 'Into the Wild' site in AlaskaA Brazilian tourist who made a pilgrimage to an abandoned bus made famous by the book and film "Into the Wild" has been rescued from the remote site outside of Denali National Park, the Alaska State..
Joe Biden Wins Alaska PrimaryAlaska, which switched to all-mail voting because of the coronavirus outbreak, was the first primary since Senator Bernie Sanders dropped out of the race.
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Climate Point: Whale fieldwork, climate talks, EPA enforcement all on haltAnd another thing: Should BLM approve a 211-mile road through a national park in Alaska for a mining company?
The Spanish flu devastated Alaska. This time with coronavirus, villages aren't taking any chances.The coronavirus outbreak is raising heartbreaking memories for many Alaska Native villages devastated by the Spanish flu.
Alaska faces triple hit from coronavirus due to reliance on oil, fishing, tourismThe U.S. state of Alaska is so far distant from the worst medical ravages of the coronavirus pandemic, but its economy is in critical condition.
Three mushers in Alaska sled race rescued by helicopter just short of finishThree contestants mushing through the final stretch of Alaska's famed Iditarod sled dog course two days after the winner crossed the finish line were rescued by helicopter on Friday from trail flooding..
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Nervous about buying a plane ticket? American waiving change fees amid coronavirus crisisAmerican joined JetBlue and Alaska in allowing travelers buying new tickets to change them without paying a hefty fee. Fare differences will apply.
Trump's son gets permit allowing him to hunt Alaska grizzly bearDonald Trump Jr. has been granted the right to hunt a grizzly bear in northwestern Alaska near the Bering Sea town of Nome, a state official said on Friday.
It’s Not You: 2019 Was a Bad Year for U.S. Air TravelersFlight delays and cancellations rose again last year. Hawaiian, Delta and Alaska were the most punctual, while Frontier and JetBlue were laggards.
Alaska high court OKs recall petition drive for campaign to oust governorThe Alaska Supreme Court on Friday cleared the way for a campaign seeking to oust the state's embattled governor to proceed with plans to collect enough signatures to place a recall initiative on the..
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Five killed in Alaska commuter air crashFive people were killed on Thursday when a commuter aircraft crashed in rural southwestern Alaska, killing all aboard, officials said.
'Weird,' sharp-nosed thalattosaur species identified from Alaska fossilAn iguana-like creature with a needle-sharp snout has been confirmed from a fossilized skeleton as a species of the marine reptile thalattosaur previously unknown to science that roamed the coast of..
A consequential vote is captured in pencil.Senator Lisa Murkowski, Republican of Alaska, said on Friday that she would not support the motion.
Murkowski says she's a 'no' vote on calling witnesses, virtually assuring Bolton, Mulvaney won't appear at Trump trialSen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, announced Friday she will not vote to call witnesses in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial.
Murkowski asks about summoning Bolton as a witness.Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska is a critical swing vote on the question of whether to compel more witnesses or documents.
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AP source: Americans return from China virus zoneAn airplane that a federal official said was evacuating as many as 240 Americans from a Chinese city at the center of a virus outbreak landed in Anchorage, Alaska late Tuesday. The passengers are going..
Murkowski’s comments on Bolton kindle speculation.“I’ve said that I think that Mr. Bolton probably has some things that would be helpful for us,” Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said.
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