Joshua Diaz was thrown out of a window and excited about it.
Naturopathic physicians in Alaska want to be able to practice medicine as primary care providers.
The Kenai River Brown Bears close out their 2017-18 North American Hockey League season home slate today, Friday and Saturday against the Springfield (Illinois) Jr. Blues at the Soldotna Regional Sports Complex.
After knocking off the No. 2 seeded team at the Class 1A state tournament for a second consecutive year, Nikolaevsk boys coach Steve Klaich found the perfect words to describe the feat.
A mix of youth and mistakes sent the Ninilchik girls tumbling to an opening day loss Wednesday morning at the Class 1A state basketball tournament.
At just 5-foot-9, 165 pounds and 17 years of age, Eagle River’s Cam McDonald is leading defensemen in assists in the second best junior hockey league in the United States.
In the Kenai Fine Arts Center gallery, a classical oil painting rests near a rust-colored fabric collage. A small necklace made from a fiber material sits across from a large alabaster sculpture. A finely detailed puma drawn with white and color ink on a dark black background hangs on one end of the room. On the other end, a stainless steel sculpture nestles in the corner.
On a lake somewhere in Alaska sometime before he became the avid fly tier he is today, Dave Atcheson had big excitement for catching a small trout.
Wednesday, students in schools around Lane County joined others across the country in a peaceful protest to demand action to end gun violence.