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  • State plans to house Stampede Trail bus at UA Museum Aug 8, 2020
      From the Alaska Department of Natural Resources: The Department of Natural Resources intends to negotiate with the University of Alaska Museum of the North as the likely repository of the well-known historic “Bus 142,” removed from the Stampede Trail last month. “Of the many expressions of interest in the bus, the proposal from the […]
  • Big Bank Hypocrisy: Inconsistent Morals to Drive Consistent Profits Aug 8, 2020
      Alaskans, For decades, we have been leading the way in responsible energy development. Our petroleum industry supports over 110,000 jobs, meaning 1 in 3 Alaskans pour their efforts into properly balancing the need for oil extraction with careful protection of our state’s unique ecosystems. In 1980, President Jimmy Carter – a staunch environmentalist by […]
  • Alaska Behavioral Health expands services to all Alaskans Aug 8, 2020
      New certification offers nine key mental health services  With a mission to strengthen Alaska communities through the delivery of behavioral healthcare, Anchorage/Fairbanks Community Mental Health Services’ recent name change to Alaska Behavioral Health reflects a growing outreach area and expanded services. The organization is also a newly Certified Community Behavioral Health Center with support […]
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  • Arlene Sampson Arrested after Firing a Shot at an Apartment Complex. Aug 5, 2020
      At 2:28 PM on August 3, 2020, Anchorage Police responded to the 4200-block of San Ernesto Avenue in reference to a shot being fired. Initial indications are that 41-year-old Arlene M. Sampson got into an altercation with her ex-boyfriend inside their apartment.  The ex-boyfriend was moving out of the home and two other men […]
  • North Korean Border City Rocked by Apparent Deadly Explosion Aug 5, 2020
      A series of explosions rocked a North Korean city near the border with China this week, according to multiple reports, resulting in possible casualties. Neither North Korean officials nor state media have commented on the blasts, which reportedly occurred late Monday in a residential area in the city of Hyesan. ▶️ An explosion sent […]
  • Cantwell Slams Pebble Project, Applauds President’s Son for Coming Out Against Proposal Aug 5, 2020
      Cantwell: “I’m glad to see at least one Trump believes the mine is too risky”  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Tuesday, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) released the following statement as more Republicans, including the president’s son, increasingly express concerns about the proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska, with some calling on the Environmental Protection Agency […]
  • U.S. Attorney Announces $1 Million Award to Provide Housing to Victims of Human Trafficking in Alaska Aug 5, 2020
      ANCHORAGE, Alaska – U.S. Attorney Bryan Schroder today announced that the state of Alaska received $1 million from the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs (OJP) and its component, the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), to provide safe, stable housing and appropriate services to victims of human trafficking. “Combatting human trafficking is […]
  • Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary August 4th Aug 5, 2020
      DHSS today announced 66 new people with COVID-19 in Alaska. 59 are residents in 14 communities: Anchorage (40), Eagle River (2), Fairbanks (2), Matanuska-Susitna Borough (2), Nome Census Area (2), Palmer (2), Wasilla (2) and one each in Aleutians East Borough, Hooper Bay, Juneau, Ketchikan, North Pole, Utqiaġvik and Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area. Seven new nonresidents […]

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