Bait a bear with your barbecue? Big boo-boo, buddy. An Anchorage man was cited for illegally feeding wildlife after a bear he was feeding attacked during a Saturday, June 15 encounter near Eklutna Lake.
While Caelan Rainey fights for his life inside a hospital room, his friends are fighting for him outside. Rainey, 12, is fighting complications caused by Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a type of staph bacteria that can cause numerous types of infection, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. He’s been in a medically-induced coma at Providence Hospital since June 2.
Family farming is a growing business these days, with a pair of local farmers’ markets now offering produce and herbs grown locally. “This is our third year,” said Susan Boarland, who organizes a Thursday afternoon market at the Peters Creek American Legion.
Anchorage police say two children fell from second-story windows in Eagle River Tuesday, June 11 in separate incidents. A similar case last week sent an Anchorage baby to the hospital, and police spokeswoman Jennifer Castro said the the recent run of warm temperatures may have contributed to the accidents.
A 22-year-old Eagle River man was arrested Tuesday, June 18 after he allegedly fired shots while attempting to steal windshield wiper blades from Walmart.
F-22 pilots and maintenance personnel from the active duty 3rd Wing and the Reserve 477th Fighter Group generated and flew nearly 90 sorties here June 11-12.
A 22-year-old Eagle River man was arrested on several charges following an early-morning incident Tuesday, June 18.
An Anchorage man was treated an released from a local hospital after he was attacked by a black bear he'd been feeding near Eklutna Lake.
Got art? The Alaska Fine Arts Academy does, and the Eagle River community arts center wants to share. The AFAA is currently offering a variety of summer camps and workshops geared toward everyone from beginning dancers to aspiring magicians.
In mere minutes, Army paratroopers recently turned a quiet, empty field into a battleground. The more than 500 paratroopers who filled the skies were members of the Army’s 4th Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, which dropped onto the Malamute Drop Zone on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as part of a massive three-day training mission designed to simulate the quick takeover of hostile enemy territory.