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2015/03/07 04:02
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Much of the start of the world’s most famous sled dog race is covered in barren gravel, forcing Iditarod organizers to move the start further north where there is snow and...
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2015/03/07 03:08
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We've all heard urban legends and rumors about absurd laws in America, but you can't believe everything you read on the internet. Sites like dumblaws.com — which rarely link to states' current...
2015/03/07 02:59
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Study: Deforestation in high latitudes could lead to a 12% decline in rains In the near future, it may just be metaphorical dark clouds that hover over the country, rather than rain-bringing ones. A...
2015/03/07 02:44
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CARMEL VALLEY — Last week’s regional competition of the National Science Bowl was a breeze for students from Carmel Valley Middle School. Fifteen students from the school formed three teams and swept...
2015/03/07 02:43
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ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Glaciologist Erin Pettit began a research project to find out what humpback whales heard when a big piece of ice falls from a glacier and crashes into the ocean. But the sound...
2015/03/07 02:41
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The Iditarod begins Saturday and this year a Topeka man will compete in the "last great race on Earth." Steve Watkins, 38 enjoys adventure and a good adrenaline rush. "There's nothing like a strong,...
2015/03/07 02:10
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Anne-Sophie Mutter returned to San Francisco for four performances of the Brahms Violin Concerto in D-Major, Thursday-Sunday, February 26-March 1, with the San Francisco Symphony. To hear Mutter play...
2015/03/07 01:39
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Steve Heimel and Historical Context for APRN Steve Heimel has been a fixture of the APRN system since its inception. After more than three decades of dedicated service to news, Steve is leaving the...
2015/03/07 01:39
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It’s a recurring theme we see on Outdoor Explorer: Alaskans invent a lot of stuff to do what they want outdoors. On the next show, three guests who build their own gear, whether it be skis, bike...
2015/03/07 01:39
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Autism and the Path to Independence Amalia Starr, Autism Independence Project founder The Centers for Disease Control estimate that, as of 2014, 1 in every 68 children in the U.S. has some form of...
2015/03/07 01:34
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The group of four probably thought it had an easy gig: Stealing bags from Portland International Airport. Since the 1980s, anyone could walk up to a baggage carousel, pick up a suitcase and walk away...
2015/03/07 01:34
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Ossian Laspa checks the age and sex of a Canada goose at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Sauvie Island checkstation, one of nine in Northwest Oregon's permit goose hunting zone. The...
2015/03/07 01:25
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The annual test of human and canine endurance - The Iditarod - begins tomorrow in Alaska. And a Minot native now living in Alaska will be making his first run in the sled dog race. Melinda Bolton...
2015/03/07 01:00
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Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. fell by 75 this week to 1,192 amid depressed oil prices. Baker Hughes said Friday 922...
2015/03/06 22:56
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It's a field of disappointment in Short Pump. Snow covered soccer fields are canceling a major soccer tournament that would have attracted thousands of young players from all over the nation this...
2015/03/06 22:45
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This image from television provided by Metro Fire Sacramento shows a horse stuck in an outdoor bathtub prior to being rescued by firefighters Wednesday Feb. 4, 2015. The horse, named Phantom, was...
2015/03/06 22:44
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SEATTLE — On Friday, NOAA Fisheries released a draft environmental study that could set the stage for the resumption of whaling off the Washington Coast by the Makah Indian tribe. The draft proposes...
2015/03/06 22:39
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Ellyn Brown and Matias Saari are two of the most well known athletes in the Alaska mountain running community. Both runners have won Alaska’s toughest races, but will tell you they measure their...
2015/03/06 22:39
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Education issue fuels candidates for Senate Seat K Political newcomer Clare Ross is running against Representative Mia Costello for Hollis French’s old Senate seat, District K in southwest Anchorage....
2015/03/06 22:39
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Whether you’ve lived in Alaska for decades or you’re a newcomer to the state, you’re probably still curious about the “Last Great Race on Earth.” How long does the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race take to...
2015/03/07 04:02
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