Alaska State Troopers responded to the scene after receiving a report of an intoxicated driver leaving a Fairbanks business on University Avenue at 3:40 am early Saturday morning.
Four Craig residents were arrested on drug charges and a variety of other offenses after the SouthEast Alaska Cities Against Drugs task force (SEACAD) served a search warrant on a residence inside the Craig School Zone with the assistance of the Alaska State Troopers, Wildlife Troopers, the Craig Police Department and the FBI.
It is estimated that as much as 168,000 gallons of oil spilled into the Galveston channel after a collision between a Liberian-flagged ship and a barge carrying the oil occurred at just after noon on Saturday.
Troopers charged a Togiak man with Reckless Endangerment after he attempted to disrupt the flight transporting him to Dillingham court on Thursday.
Next week will see the United States Postal Service roll back the costs of sending packages to rural communities off of the road system from any Alaska ZIP code and vice-versa.
Calling the annexation of Crimea by Russia a "remarkable event," Russian President Vladimir Putin signed legislation to formally complete the annexation on Friday.
A Grand Jury has handed down an indictment for Murder I and II in the death of Nichole M. Milsaps, who's remains were found early last month near Boretide Road in Indian.
The 84-year-old Fire and Brimstone former pastor of the Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas, Fred Phelps, died of natural causes at 11:15 pm, according to church spokesman Steve Drain.