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Alaskan Bush People's Noah Brown Is Married! Inside the Idaho Ceremony
TheAlaskan Bush Peoplestar, 26, wed his fiancée, Rhain, 27, during an intimate ceremony in Idaho on Wednesday.
2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Alaska Cannonball | The other Trans-America Trail
Stopped for lunch among the foliage, next to the all-American babbling brook, in a gravel pull-out off Wisdom Road in Westpoint, Tennessee.Image Credit:Jonathon RamseyOne last tank in Columbia, North Carolina before hitting the Outer Banks. I've been doing about 300 miles per day and filling up once
World War II Shipwreck Off Alaska Found
"They were so slippery, you couldn't get ahold of them," the 94-year-old Weathers said this week from his home in Los Angeles.
Experts: Chinese hackers targeted Alaska government during pipeline talks
Chinese hackers targeted the Alaska state government during negotiations over a major natural gas pipeline project in the Arctic state, according to cybersecurity experts.“We believe these reconnaissance activities were not coincidental as they align broadly with China’s strategic and economic inter
Searchers find the sunken stern of a doomed World War II destroyer off the coast of Alaska
The USS Abner Read had finished one leg of its anti-submarine patrol and was turning to start the next. Off the shore of Kiska, in Alaska’s Aleutian chain, the sea was calm, and the moon could be glimpsed behind clouds and mist.
Another shallow magnitude 6 earthquake hits Alaska - 2nd in under 24 hours -- Sott.net
Comment:This latest quake comes less than 24 hours after amagnitude 6.4 eventstruck the same area - the strongest ever to hit the region:Alaska's North Slope was hit Sunday by the most powerful earthquake ever recorded in the region, the state's seismologist says. At 6:58am Sunday, the magnitude 6.4
Alaska Marijuana Control Board fines pot festival organizer
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) - An organizer of a marijuana festival where people consumed pot inside a designated tent has been fined $2,500.The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports the Alaska Marijuana Control Board on Wednesday fined Alaska Hempfest director Niki Raapana $10,000 with $7,500 suspended if s
Federal Government Okays New Massive Gold Mine in Alaska, Local Tribes Outraged
After a six-year environmental review process and against the wishes of many local native tribes and residents, the federal government gave the go-ahead on the development of a new gold mine in Alaska, in what would become the largest gold mine in the world.
In a stunning display of agronomical power and ability, a North Carolina farmer has wrestled away the title of "Grower of World's Largest Cantaloupe" from the former record holder in Alaska
MainMan tries 'I lived with my dead girlfriend for weeks, my lawyer should have totally went with an insanity defense against my wishes and refused to allow me to plead guilty' argument to get a new trial. Spoiler: It doesn't work( ) »(3 comments)DiscussionJury verdict watch begins in the Manafort
The Navy Could Send More Sailors to Alaska
The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Momsen (DDG 92) arrives at the Port of Alaska in Anchorage, Alaska, Aug.15, 2018. (U.S. Air Force/Alejandro Peña)
Alaska Airlines blames odor that forced plane to land on 'someone or something' in the cabin
Following an earlier statement in which Alaska Airlines confirmed a "strong odor" was responsible for forcing a flight from San Francisco to New Orleans to divert to Los Angeles on Sunday, the company now says the smell was not caused by the aircraft itself, but rather "someone or something in the c
'Alaskan Bush People' Family Admits They Have Left Alaska for New Home
The family at the front ofDiscoveryChannel’sAlaskan Bush Peoplehas officially made the move from the densewilderness of Alaska to the Contiguous United Statesfollowing matriarch Ami Brown’s successful battle with cancer. According toPEOPLE, Ami, 54, and husband Billy, 65, have moved their pack of si
Inside the Alaskan Bush People Family's New Life in Washington After Mom Ami's Cancer Battle
After beating heradvanced lung cancer diagnosisin late 2018,Alaskan Bush PeoplestarAmi Brownand her family of eight are settling into their new life — and not in Alaska!Ami, 54, her husband Billy, 65, and their six kids — sons Matt, 35, Bam, 33, Bear, 31, Gabe, 28, and daughters Bird, 23, and Rain,
Shipwreck From Only WWII Battle in America Found Off Alaska
The scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego, and the University of Delaware found the stern section during a research mission funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Early pioneers made Alaska what she is - The Echo Scene
That’s something we’d like to change, because the past has been important in building the Last Frontier to its proper place at the Top of the World. The 49th State’s past, and the people who played a part in developing her, is a subject that deserves to be emphasized in our schools and on social med
UAA resident advisers become Alaska's first university student overdose responders
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) —The State of Alaska is training its newest wave of emergency overdose responders.For the first time in Alaska, everyday college students will be able to save lives with a few squirts of nasal spray, according to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services Office of
Scientists Discover Stern of World War II U.S. Destroyer Off Remote Alaskan Island – gCaptain
For almost 75 years, the stern of the destroyer USS Abner Read lay somewhere below the dark of the Bering Sea off the Aleutian island of Kiska, where it sank after being torn off by an explosion while conducting an anti-submarine patrol.
2 captured brown bear cubs make Alaska Zoo stop
A pair of brown bear cubs captured Monday, Aug. 16, 2018 in Seward were in temporary custody at the Alaska Zoo three days later. (Credit: Matt Faubion/KTVA)
Q&A with GOP gubernatorial candidates Dunleavy and Treadwell: Why do you want to be governor of Alaska?
Mead Treadwell:I want to be governor because I want Alaskans to trust their government again. I want investors here in Alaska and outside Alaska, who we need to bring jobs to the state, to trust Alaska again.Alaskans don't trust their government after Bill Walker's veto of the PFD. It was not debate
Alaska Weed Festival Fined For Allowing Public Consumption
In July, the Alaska Hemp Fest drew more than 1,500 people to the town of Wasilla for a three-day celebration of cannabis. The festival, in its third year, took place on private property and featured a typical spread of vendors, speakers and live music. But when the Alaska Alcohol and Marijuana Contr