Emily Russell, Alaska Public Media - Anchorage
From the summit, you can see the silty gray Matanuska River ribbon through the valley. Fluorescent green patches of farmlands are bordered by darker spruce trees and speckled with homes and cabins that look tiny compared to the landscape that surrounds them.
John Martin of Anchorage had been traveling down the Yukon River in his one-seater. After reaching the Bering Sea, Martin traveled more than 50 miles across the Bering Strait. Listen now
Tasha Kahele is a native Hawaiian. In April, she opened Aloha Poke Stop. Then in May, she got a letter from a Chicago-based chain demanding she change her restaurant's name. Listen now
If you live in Alaska, you live in bear country. While the risk of a bear encounter or attack is low, there's always a chance the worst could happen. Listen now
Alaska State Troopers identified the pilot as 24-year-old Colt Richter of Anchorage. Richter was flying for Anchorage-based Regal Air. Listen now
Inventory sales will continue at the two remaining Blockbusters in Anchorage and Fairbanks through August. Listen now
Alaskan skier and Olympic gold medalist Kikkan Randall has breast cancer. Randall made the announcement on Instagram Wednesday morning. Listen now
On the verge of one of Alaska's most unique and intense races, two competitors reflect on what's ahead.
New standards were recently introduced to protect transiting vessels and the marine environment in the waters off Northwest Alaska. Those standards go into effect in the Bering Strait on Dec. 1. Listen now
From World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars and both Gulf Wars, more than 70,000 veterans have served in the armed forces. Now, more of their stories can be heard online. Listen now
Winter is winding down in Alaska. Most trails in Anchorage are already clear of snow, but the world is still frozen high up in the mountains. Listen now
Alaska may be the Last Frontier, but on Sunday night, Comedian John Oliver highlighted a different kind of status - the last holdout of Blockbuster Video. Listen now