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  • AMHS M/V Tazlina to Service Parts of the Northern Panhandle Nov 17, 2019
    (JUNEAU, Alaska) – After weeks of effort, discussion, and negotiation, the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS) announced Friday that the M/V Tazlina is being brought out of layup status and will begin operating Nov. 21, 2019 to provide service to parts of the northern Panhandle through Jan. 5, 2020. Crew for the ship are currently being […]
  • Governor Dunleavy Receives Department of Revenue Commissioner’s Resignation Nov 17, 2019
    (Anchorage, AK) – Today Governor Michael J. Dunleavy regrettably received a letter of resignation from the Department of Revenue Commissioner Bruce Tangeman. “Bruce has dedicated a significant portion of his life to public service and I thank him for the outstanding work he has done within my administration. His leadership and oversight of the Department […]
  • Permanent Arctic research facility under discussion Nov 17, 2019
    The logistics of doing research in the Arctic are challenging and complex. Travelling hundreds of miles through tundra, sometimes in temperatures well below freezing, to collect data in one of the most extreme environments in the world requires careful planning.  The difficulties could be cut down significantly if better infrastructure was in place. There are […]
  • November 17th, 1916 Nov 17, 2019
  • Sex Offender Task Force Created by US Marshals, Anchorage Police Department, and Alaska State Troopers Nov 16, 2019
    The U.S. Marshals, Anchorage Police Department and Alaska State Troopers have partnered to create a Sex Offender Task Force utilizing the resources and jurisdictions of each agency to ensure the compliance of convicted sex offenders living in Alaska. The overall mission of this recently created, part-time task force is to protect the public from sex […]
  • November 16th, 1973 Nov 16, 2019
  • Public Invited to Attend Arctic and Western Alaska Area Committee Meeting Tuesday Nov 15, 2019
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Members of government, private, and not-for-profit organizations involved in or concerned about pollution preparedness and response in the Arctic and Western Alaska are encouraged to attend the next meeting for the Arctic and Western Alaska Area Committee Tuesday at the Atwood Conference Center in Anchorage.     The public is also invited to […]
  • ACLU Analyzes Alarming Prison Overcrowding Records from Alaska Department of Corrections Nov 15, 2019
    ANCHORAGE – The Alaska Department of Corrections (DOC) partially fulfilled the ACLU of Alaska’s Oct. 24 public records request. The records provided show that several DOC facilities have been exceeding emergency capacity standards, compromising safety, sanitation, and rehabilitation. The information provided in the Nov. 5 response included the daily count of inmates, by facility and […]
  • LEARN Child Care Center Open House / Saturday, November 16 Nov 15, 2019
    Join Tlingit & Haida’s Little Eagles and Ravens Nest (LEARN) Child Care Center for an open house on Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM in Juneau, Alaska! The new child care center is accepting applications and will open its doors in January 2020. If you are looking for child care that […]
  • Five Nikiski Residents Arrested on Drug, Weapons, and Probation Violation Nov 15, 2019
    Alaska State Troopers opened a drug and weapons investigation on November 3rd after responding to a Nikiski residence to contact a felony elude suspect, AST reports. When troopers arrived at the address in Nikiski, they were informed that the felony elude suspect was not there, but were told by the homeowner that another person with […]


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Arrest Made in Wasilla Recycling Center Robbery

Arrest Made in Wasilla Recycling Center Robbery

After a 10-day investigation, troopers report that they have made an arrest in the robbery at the Grant Recycling Center in Wasilla that took place on March 24th. On Thursday,…

Troopers Recover Stolen Firearm at Military Base, Charges Forthcoming

Troopers Recover Stolen Firearm at Military Base, Charges Forthcoming

Fairbanks-based troopers initiated an investigation on March 29th after receiving a call reporting a stolen firearm. On Thursday, troopers would recover the weapon at a dormitory on Fort Wainwright. Troopers…

Remains found, Believed to be those of Elderly Platinum Man

Remains found, Believed to be those of Elderly Platinum Man

Troopers reported on Wednesday, that remains have been recovered in the vicinity of Platinum that are believed to be those of 74-year-old Henry Williams of that village. Williams went missing on…

More Information Revealed in Germanwings Crash Investigation

More Information Revealed in Germanwings Crash Investigation

New information is coming to light in the case of the Germanwings co-pilot, Andreas Lubitz, who brought down the commercial airlines killing all 150 people aboard. According to investigators in…

‘Superman’ Pleads ‘Guilty’ to 16 Counts of Drug Dealing and Fraud

‘Superman’ Pleads ‘Guilty’ to 16 Counts of Drug Dealing and Fraud

45-year-old Jonathan Escalante, aka Superman, pleaded guilty to 16 counts of drug dealing and fraud in an Anchorage Federal Court in front of Chief United States District Court Judge Ralph…