Sue Deyoe, KTNA - Talkeetna

Sue Deyoe is a reporter at KTNA in Talkeetna.

B-17 Bomber Remains to be Airlifted from Talkeetna to Ohio

In September 1951, a B-17 bomber crashed north of Talkeetna along the Chulitna River. Bush pilot Cliff Hudson is credited with saving the lives of those on board.

Survival Camp Teenagers Attacked by Bear

A month-long course on backcountry wilderness skills turned into a fight for survival over the weekend.

Administrative Pressure for Susitna-Watana Project Raises Eyebrows

Richard Leo, with the Coalition for Susitna Dam Alternatives, says there are reasons to oppose the Susitna-Watana project – especially considering the speed with which the administration is getting to work on it.

Body of Missing Wasilla Man Found Near Petersville Road

The body of a missing Wasilla man was found in a clearing in the brush in the Petersville Road area Wednesday.

Wasilla Man Missing Near Petersville Road

A week ago, State Troopers were told a pickup was stuck in the mud near Dollar Creek. The owner of the truck is John Gamble, 47.

Denali Climbing Season Wrapping Up

There are only a couple hundred people left on the mountain and only a few left to check in at the Talkeetna Ranger station to start their climbs.

Body of Missing Climber Found on Denali

The body of a missing climber has been found on Denali. Mountaineering rangers using a high-powered spotting scope located Juergen Kanzian's body yesterday.

Park Service Launches Search for Denali Climber

National Park Service climbing rangers on Denali are in the midst of performing their first real search of the 2011 climbing season.

Missing Musher’s Brother Speaks About Disappearance

Melanie Gould's brother is speaking out about the effort to find his sister earlier this month. Gould was found alive and unharmed June 11 after a ten-day search along the Denali highway. Since then, Gould's brother has been busy taking care of her.

Talkeetna Woman Found, Hospitalized After Search Called Off

Missing Talkeetna resident and former Iditarod musher Melanie Gould was found alive and unharmed on Saturday. Local Talkeetna residents launched a search after the Troopers official ground search halted on Thursday and said they found her close to Cantwell unharmed but cold and tired.

Search Ends for Missing Talkeetna Woman

The week long effort to find missing Talkeetna resident Melanie Gould has come to an end. The search was terminated this afternoon and all resources have been removed from the field.

Mountain Sickness Keeps Ranger Patrol Busy

The Denali rescue helicopter was busy last night taking care of patients high on Mt. McKinley. In three separate incidents, one climbing patrol had to deal with mountaineers suffering from severe acute mountain sickness.

Update on Missing Talkeetna Woman

The search for a missing Talkeetna woman intensified today. Alaska State Troopers ramped up their resources and are searching the area about 18 miles east of Talkeetna to look for any sign of Melanie Gould.

Iditarod Veteran Missing in Talkeetna

More than 3 dozen people gathered near the Talkeetna fire station this afternoon to meet with a state trooper and discuss the disappearance of their friend and neighbor, well-known musher Melanie Gould, who was last seen in Talkeetna at her job Monday evening.

Environmental Groups Appeal Railroad Herbicide Spraying

In 2006, after the Alaska Railroad applied for a permit to spray herbicides along the railroad and public outcry ensued, the Department of Environmental Conservation denied the permit. In 2008, the Railroad authorized a study on small sections of track and then reapplied to DEC for a permit. Since that time, environmental groups have been following the appeals process on the permit approval.

Fall Kills Two More Denali Climbers, Injures Two Others

A fatal fall high on Denali took the lives of two climbers late Wednesday night and severely injured two others. These are the third and fourth deaths on the mountain this year, with seven deaths overall in the Alaska Range this climbing season.