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  • Car Thief takes Troopers, Police on Car Chase Through Homer Sep 20, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers report that they were taken on a high-speed chase on the lower Kenai Peninsula on Tuesday that resulted in the arrest of an Anchorage/Anchor Point man. A trooper, while conducting a traffic stop at 3:50 pm was contacted by a man who reported that his 2000 GMC pickup had just been stolen. […]
  • Remains of Tuntutuliak Boater Found in Kuskokwim River Sep 19, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers report that a boater on the Kuskokwim River upriver from Tuntutuliak found the remains of 29-year-old Patrick Nick, who had disappeared on September 4th  in that general area. He was found on Monday afternoon. Nick’s remains have been sent to the State Medical Examiner for autopsy. At 12:44 am Alaska State Troopers […]
  • Anchorage Man Jailed after Attacking Juveniles with Knife Sep 19, 2019
    A 25-year-old Anchorage man was arrested on multiple assault charges after two juveniles were injured in an altercation involving a knife at the Taku Lake Park on Tuesday evening. According to the report, a man on a bike, later identified as Christian Scherch, approached three juveniles at the park. Initial indications show that the man […]
  • House Democrats’ Bill A Monumental Step Towards Lower Drug Prices For American Families Sep 19, 2019
    Speaker Pelosi, House Democrats Unveil Historic Legislation Today That Will Drastically Lower Drug Prices While Republicans Continue Defending Status Quo  Washington, DC – Thursday Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats formally unveiled the Lower Drug Costs Now Act (H.R. 3), historic legislation that will drastically lower prescription drug costs and hold insurance companies accountable. Protect Our Care […]
  • Limited Ferry Schedule a Health and Safety Issue for Coastal Alaskans, Not Just an ‘inconvenience’ Sep 19, 2019
    Rep. Stutes: ‘For many families, the ferry system provides the only access to medical care’ KODIAK – Rep. Louise Stutes, co-chair of the House Transportation Committee, Wednesday released a statement correcting an inaccurate claim from a senior Dunleavy Administration official who told a reporter that depriving communities of winter access to the Alaska Marine Highway […]
  • Trump Makes His Mark on Signature Border Wall Project Sep 19, 2019
    Trump used a permanent marker to sign a new portion of the rust-colored metal barrier, reinforced with concrete and rebar, rising as high as 9 meters at Otay Mesa, a suburb of San Diego that separates California from Tijuana, Mexico. “It is really virtually impenetrable,” Trump declared. “There are thousands of people over there that […]
  • Trump Cancels California’s Auto Pollution Rules Sep 19, 2019
    The state that made smog famous is losing its half-century-old authority to set air pollution rules.    President Donald Trump announced Wednesday on Twitter that the Environmental Protection Agency was withdrawing California’s authority to issue stricter vehicle efficiency rules than the federal government.    The move was the latest in the administration’s efforts to loosen regulations aimed at […]
  • September 19th, 1903 Sep 19, 2019
  • Bristol Bay Leaders Call on Army Corps of Engineers to Suspend Permitting for Pebble Due to Drastic Changes In Mine Plan Sep 18, 2019
    DILLINGHAM, AK – Tuesday’s news that the US Army Corps of Engineers will not require public input or scrutiny of major changes to Pebble’s permit application was met with dismay from Bristol Bay fishermen, Tribal leaders, and others, who reiterated the need to stop this rushed permitting process for Pebble’s toxic project at the headwaters […]
  • Third Fairbanks Best Western Robbery Suspect now in Police Custody Sep 18, 2019
     Surveillance video released by Fairbanks Police of the Best Western robbery trio. The third suspect, a female, involved in the August 30th robbery of a couple at the Best Western hotel in Fairbanks has been taken into custody on charges of Robbery I, Tampering with Evidence, and two counts of Assault III, troopers revealed […]


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Hunter Severly Injured in Gunsight Mountain Bear Attack

Hunter Severly Injured in Gunsight Mountain Bear Attack

At 7 pm on Friday evening, Wildlife Troopers were alerted of a bear attack on a moose hunter in the area of Eureka/Gunsight Mountain area near the Glenn Highway between…

APD Looking for Further Witnesses in Early Morning Vehicle/Pedestrian Hit-and-Run

APD Looking for Further Witnesses in Early Morning Vehicle/Pedestrian Hit-and-Run

Anchorage police are investigating a serious vehicle versus pedestrian incident that occurred on 12th and Ingra early Saturday morning, according to Nixle. Police say they dispatched to that area at…

Search Continues for Missing Tuntutuliak Man on Kuskokwim River

Search  Continues for Missing Tuntutuliak Man on Kuskokwim River

Alaska State Troopers report that as of yesterday afternoon, 29-year-old Patrick Nick is still missing from a boating mishap on the Kuskokwim River despite a search that has spanned two…

Two in Sand Point Arrested in Overdose Death of King Cove Woman

Two in Sand Point Arrested in Overdose Death of King Cove Woman

Sand Point-based Alaska State Troopers announced this week that they took into custody two men in that community on manslaughter and drug charges following the death of 26-year-old King Cove…

Troopers Announce Arrest in 1978 Cold Case

Troopers Announce Arrest in 1978 Cold Case

Alaska State Troopers announced on Tuesday that they made an arrest in the 1978 murder and sexual assault of 16-year-old Shelley Connolly. They report that they took into custody Gresham,…