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Nome Man Arrested on Eleven Counts of Heroin Trafficking

Nome Man Arrested on Eleven Counts of Heroin Trafficking

The Alaska Bureau of Investigation reported via the trooper dispatch on Tuesday that they made a Friday arrest for Heroin trafficking in the Nome area following an investigation by Nome WAANT. Nome WAANT and Nome-based troopers arrested 24-year-old Zachary Bourdon as he was en-route to Nome from Anchorage…

Authorities Continue Kodiak Meth Investigation after Clandestine Lab Discovery

Authorities Continue Kodiak Meth Investigation after Clandestine Lab Discovery

Kodiak-based troopers reported on Tuesday concerning a drug bust and meth lab discovery investigation that has been moving forward since mid-March. According to the report, on March 16th, at 1:05 pm, “a security specialist with a common carrier delivery service contacted the Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit (SDEU) in…

Coast Guard to Commission Alaska’s First Fast Response Cutter in Ketchikan, April 12

Coast Guard to Commission Alaska’s First Fast Response Cutter in Ketchikan, April 12

JUNEAU, Alaska – Media are invited to attend the commissioning of the Coast Guard Cutter John McCormick (WPC 1121), the 17th District’s first 154-foot Fast Response Cutter, in Ketchikan, Alaska, 10 a.m., Apr. 12, 2017. The CGC John McCormick is the first of six Sentinel-class cutters that will…

Occupational Safety and Health Review Board Upholds $301,000 in Penalties Issued in Trenching Fatality

Occupational Safety and Health Review Board Upholds $301,000 in Penalties Issued in Trenching Fatality

ANCHORAGE, Alaska— The Alaska Occupational Safety and Health Review Board upheld multiple willful citations issued by the Alaska…

Governor Walker, Hilcorp Executives Agree on Plan to Expedite Resolution of Cook Inlet Gas Leak

Governor Walker, Hilcorp Executives Agree on Plan to Expedite Resolution of Cook Inlet Gas Leak

ANCHORAGE— Governor Bill Walker has been in contact with Hilcorp Alaska executives about addressing the company’s gas line…

Alaska House Passes Legislation to Safeguard Access to Civil Justice

Alaska House Passes Legislation to Safeguard Access to Civil Justice

Juneau – By the overwhelming margin of 33 in favor to 3 opposed, the Alaska House of Representatives…

Commemoration of Alaska’s Purchase Begins in Washington, D.C. Next Week

Commemoration of Alaska’s Purchase Begins in Washington, D.C. Next Week

JUNEAU – Celebration of Alaska’s purchase from Russia, known as the Treaty of Cession, will be held in…

Governor Walker Lowers Flags in Honor of 1964 Earthquake Victims

Governor Walker Lowers Flags in Honor of 1964 Earthquake Victims

March 24, 2017 Juneau – Governor Bill Walker this week proclaimed March 27, 2017 as Earthquake Remembrance Day,…

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