Independence Day or the day more commonly known as Fourth of July is a federal holiday that commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on that day in 1776 when the United States declared its independence from Great Britain. The Fourth of July is by far the most popular and celebrated holiday of the […]
Big Lake, Alaska â€“ Representative Mark Neuman, R-Big Lake, and Wasilla Deputy Mayor Colleen Sullivan-Leonard are hosting a town hall meeting and invite the public to talk with local policy makers and departments about keeping the Matanuska-Susitna Valley safe.
Troopers in Glennallen were alerted of a stolen vehicle southbound on the Richardson Highway by the Fairbanks dispatch on Monday afternoon.
WASHINGTON, D.C. â€“ In her continuing efforts to secure federal relief funds for Alaskan communities along the Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers â€“ as well as Cook Inlet â€“ damaged by low salmon runs in 2012, Senator Lisa Murkowski today more than doubled the number of lawmakers on both sides of Capitol Hill advocating for resources […]
One person is dead and another 3 were taken to the hospital after a suspected carbon monoxide leak at a Meadow Lakes residence on Thursday morning.
Alaska Ferry Advetures and Tours Closes Down after AMHS Decision to Curtail Commissions for Alaskan Bookings
On the heels of the Tustumena's resumption of service to the Kenai Peninsula, Kodiak Island and Aleutian Chain after an extended period of down time, comes news of the closure of Homer's Alaska Ferry Adventures and Tours.
Togiak's esteemed elder, Annie Cungauyer Blue passed away at home on Monday at the age of 97 years. With her passing the community and all of Alaska loses a valuable traditional Yupik leader and storyteller.
Alaska State Troopers are urging the residents of Noorvik to use caution and avoid the area where a Crisis Negotiator Team and SERT members are negotiating with a barricaded gunman in Noorvik.