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Photo Essay: Creek Street, Ketchikan historic red-light district Special

Ketchikan - Ketchikan, a historic town built along the seafront on Tongass Narrows, is known as "the salmon capital of the world," but its past evokes an infamous village which in the first half of the 19th Century was known as “the Pacific Coast's wickedest city".

Video: Bear cub wanders into Alaska grocery store produce aisle

Ketchikan - Shoppers in a grocery store in Alaska were in for a shock when a young black bear cub walked through the automatic doors into the store, then climbed onto the produce display looking for a way to escape the excitement.

Alaska's "Bridge To Nowhere" Abandoned

On Friday, the bridge that would have connected Gravina Island to Revillagigedo Island in Alaska was abandoned. The $398 million dollar bridge was being constructed to allow a small city on Gravina Island better access to Revillagigedo Island.

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A notorious brothel known as Dolly’s  located at 24 Creek Street (light-green house on the right) ...
A notorious brothel known as Dolly’s, located at 24 Creek Street (light-green house on the right), was run by Dolly Arthur, Ketchikan’s most famous madam.