Bear breaks into vintage car, steals cookies in Alaska

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A North Carolina man plans to leave the dents in his rare vintage car for a while to relish the Alaska vacation story behind it. It’s not every day that a pricey collector’s treasure is damaged by a bear breaking into it to steal cookies.

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Beermen cruise past Aces to return to Commissioner’s Cup Finals

REIGNING champion San Miguel Beer escaped a determined Alaska, 104-99, in the deciding Game 4 of their best-of-five semifinals showdown in Season 43 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup on Sunday at the Araneta Coliseum. It was a close battle from start to finish but the Beermen pulled away late in the game through Alex Cabagnot’s […]

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San Miguel Beer-Alaska semifinals game reset to July 20

SAN MIGUEL Beer’s bid of sweeping Alaska in Game 3 needs to wait for another day as the scheduled semifinals game this Wednesday was cancelled  because of a heavy rain forecast later in the day by the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa), the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) said in a statement. San Miguel […]

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Alaska’s Only Nuclear Plant Will Be Decommissioned

It’s been nearly 50 years since Alaska’s only nuclear power plant was in service. Nonetheless, the site has continued to be a hub of activity off and on over the years; the steam plant that was served by the nuclear reactor remains online, today powered by diesel. And since 2003, the facility has been home […]

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Russian bombers enter US air defense zone, intercepted

Russian bombers enter US air defense zone, intercepted

WASHINGTON, United States — US fighter jets intercepted two long-range Russian “Bear” bombers in international airspace off western Alaska, the North American Aerospace Defense Command said Saturday. The long-range Tupelev Tu-95 bombers were “intercepted and visually identified” Friday morning by a pair of F-22 Raptors as the Russian aircraft flew just north of Alaska’s Aleutian […]

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