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  • Eureka Street Credit Union Robbers Convicted by Jury Trial May 22, 2019
      On Wednesday morning U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder announced that after a seven-day jury trial, two defendants, John Pierce, age 30, and Wayne Michael Moore, age 46, were both found guilty in the bank robbery trial that ended on Tuesday.  “The jury found Pierce and Moore guilty of conspiracy to commit credit union robbery, armed […]
  • Senate Democrats Respond to Governor’s Announcement of Unwillingness to Disburse Education Funds May 22, 2019
      Governor Urged to Drop Threat of Lawsuit Challenging Forward Funding of Education   JUNEAU – Yesterday, the Senate Finance Committee met to discuss Governor Dunleavy’s proposed Senate Bill 1001. In the 2018 legislative session, bipartisan and bicameral legislation was passed to fully fund education for fiscal year 2020. SB 1001 would repeal last year’s […]
  • Coast Guard Releases Results of Investigation Into the Death of a Cutter Hickory Crewmember May 22, 2019
      JUNEAU, Alaska – The U.S. Coast Guard released the results of an investigation Tuesday, into the Jan. 31 crane accident in the Coast Guard buoy yard in Homer, which resulted in the death of Chief Warrant Officer Michael Kozloski. The investigation found improper operation of the shoreside crane was the direct cause of the […]
  • Anchorage Car Thief Captured after Several Crashes on Tuesday May 22, 2019
      An Anchorage car thief was captured after a morning of mayhem on Tuesday He was captured after a homeowner called in to report a man on his porch in the early afternoon. The string of incidents began at just before 10 am on Tuesday morning when the owner of a black 2008 Chevy Impala […]
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  • F-22s Intercept Russian Bombers and Fighters in Aleutians and Bering Sea May 21, 2019
    The North American Defense Command (NORAD) revealed on Monday that Alaska-based F-22s and an E-3 Airborne Early Warning and Control System from NORAD identified then intercepted four Tupolev TU-95 bombers and two SU-35 fighters as they entered into the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) on Monday. Initially, two of the Russian bombers entering the […]
  • Ex-White House Counsel Defies House Subpoena to Testify on Russia Probe May 21, 2019
    “We will not allow the president to stop this committee’s investigation,” Nadler said. The committee two weeks ago overrode Republican objections as it voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress after he refused to turn over an unredacted copy of Mueller’s 448-page report on his 22-month investigation. The leading Republican on […]
  • Anchorage Woman Arrested at Hospital for Downtown Stabbing Incident Sunday May 21, 2019
      Anchorage police arrested an Anchorage woman at a local hospital in connection with a stabbing incident after being contacted by hospital staff on Sunday, APD reports. Staff called in when the victim walked into the emergency room at 10:33 am and an officer who was at the hospital at the time responded. After interviewing […]
  • Felon with Weapon at Juneau International Sentenced to 21 Months May 21, 2019
      The  Department of Justice announced on Monday that the convicted felon who was caught with a loaded firearm in his luggage at the Juneau International Airport in February 2018 has been sentenced in federal court to 21 months in federal prison. Court documents revealed that on February 20th, 2018, as 41-year-old Ryan Matthew Neely, […]
  • SEARHC Promotes Gettis to Vice President of Clinics May 21, 2019
      SITKA – SEARHC announced Monday that Eric Gettis has been promoted to Vice President of Clinics. Gettis will have system-wide responsibility for creating standard operating procedures and uniform processes to improve access to care at specialty and primary care clinics and ensure alignment of patient and provider satisfaction. He will work in concert with […]


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Captain, Crewmember, Arrested after Migrant Ship Capsizing

Captain, Crewmember, Arrested after Migrant Ship Capsizing

Additional information is being released in the sinking of the migrant ship off of the coast of Libya over the weekend. It has been determined that approximately 850 migrants were…

Weekend Death Toll Most Lethal for Mediterranean Migrants

Weekend Death Toll Most Lethal for Mediterranean Migrants

Although only a handful of bodies have been retrieved from the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, as many as 700 are believed to have perished in the weekend sinking of…

One Killed, One Wounded in Saturday Morning Montana Creek Shooting

One Killed, One Wounded in Saturday Morning Montana Creek Shooting

Troopers say that the investigation of the shooting death of a Wasilla man, and the critical wounding of another on Saturday, is continuing after an early morning 911 call made…