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  • Wildfires May Send Permafrost Protections up in Smoke Jan 28, 2020
      Across much of Alaska, permafrost is thawing. In most locations of interior and south Alaska, what permafrost exists is protected by the ecosystems around it. Trees, moss and peat shade the ground from summer heat and help slow thaw. At the same time, scientists predict that wildfire seasons in Alaska will increase in duration and […]
  • DVPO Suspect Injures Wasilla Trooper During Arrest Jan 28, 2020
      AST revealed that a trooper received minor injuries during the arrest of a Domestic Violence Protective Order suspect on Tuesday morning. Troopers received a call-in at 5:19 pm on Monday reporting that 27-year-old Tyler Jimenez was violating a DVPO on Unalaska Drive in Wasilla.  At 7:30 am on Tuesday, troopers went to the Mat-Su […]
  • Congressman Young Announces 2020 Service Academy Nominations Jan 28, 2020
      Washington, D.C. – Alaska Congressman Don Young announced his official list of Alaskan students nominated for appointment to a United States Service Academy for the Class of 2024. “It is a tremendous honor to represent so many talented young students who are willing to serve our country in uniform,” said Congressman Young. “I am delighted to once again nominate […]
  • Global Efforts to Contain Coronavirus Epidemic May Not Work, Experts Warn Jan 28, 2020
      The coronavirus outbreak in mainland China is spiraling out of the country’s ability to control it and spreading across the world as health experts warn that it may be impossible to fully control what could be turning into a global epidemic.  Experts in infectious diseases told Scientific American‘s health vertical STAT on Monday that despite the efforts of […]
  • Mosquitoes are Drawn to Flowers as much as People — and now Scientists Know Why Jan 28, 2020
      Without their keen sense of smell, mosquitoes wouldn’t get very far. They rely on this sense to find a host to bite and spots to lay eggs. And without that sense of smell, mosquitoes could not locate their dominant source of food: nectar from flowers. “Nectar is an important source of food for all […]
  • Fairbanks Victim Hospitalized after being Shot by Unknown Assailant Jan 28, 2020
      A 37-year-old man in Fairbanks was transported to the Fairbanks Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound after calling in the incident early Tuesday morning, troopers report. The victim, whose name was not released called AST at 1:21 am on Tuesday morning to report that he had been shot by an unknown person while at […]
  • NTSB: Pilot of Kobe Bryant’s Helicopter Climbed to Avoid Cloud Layer Jan 28, 2020
      The pilot of the helicopter that crashed and killed basketball superstar Kobe Bryant climbed to avoid a cloud layer just before slamming into a hillside, federal investigators say. Jennifer Homendy of the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday the pilot received special clearance to fly in heavy fog, then minutes later advised air traffic […]
  • Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Prepared to Protect Health of Travelers, Staff and the Public Jan 28, 2020
      (Anchorage) – Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC) has taken additional precautions to protect the health and welfare of travelers, airport staff and the public, from the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). ANC is coordinating its efforts with the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS). Since the first of the year, six cargo flights from Wuhan, China have landed at ANC. These cargo flights […]
  • January 28th, 1908 Jan 28, 2020
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  • Forest Service Paying Timber Industry to Pick Which Trees It Wants in Alaska’s Tongass National Forest Jan 27, 2020
      Documents obtained via Freedom of Information Act detail close collaboration linking logging interests, Forest Service, and State of Alaska JUNEAU – Up to $1.3 million in U.S. Forest Service (USFS) dollars will wind up in the hands of the Alaska Forest Association – a timber industry group – for work that entails selecting old-growth […]

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Noorvik man Jailed on Assault/Weapons Charges Monday

Noorvik man Jailed on Assault/Weapons Charges Monday

  Alaska State Troopers responded to the community of Noorvik at 10 am on Monday and arrested one man there on assault and weapons charges, they said Tuesday. According to…

Pilot in Fatal 2014 Atigun Pass Crash Convicted of Obstruction

Pilot in Fatal 2014 Atigun Pass Crash Convicted of Obstruction

It was announced by Department of Justice Attorney Bryan Schroder on Wednesday that the pilot involved in the fatal August 24th, 2014 Atigun Pass crash was convicted by a trial…

Selawik Woman Arrested on Attempted Murder/Assault Charges in Connection with Injured Infant

Selawik Woman Arrested on Attempted Murder/Assault Charges in Connection with Injured Infant

Alaska State Troopers revealed that a Selawik woman has been arrested and jailed on attempted murder and assault charges following a report of a nine-month-old infant being treated for injuries…

Nome Man Intercepted at Anchorage Airport Taking Heroin to Nome

Nome Man Intercepted at Anchorage Airport Taking Heroin to Nome

On Tuesday, as the result of an on-going investigation addressing the trafficking and distribution of heroin in Nome by the Nome Office of the Western Alaska Alcohol and Narcotics Team…

Two Men Perish near Gambell Mid-Month

Two Men Perish near Gambell Mid-Month

Alaska State Troopers revealed on Wednesday that they were conducting a death investigation into an October 15th incident in the Ganbell area. According to their posting on the trooper dispatch,…

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