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  • 18-Year-Old Arrested in Brayton Drive Hit and Run that Killed Female Pedestrian Wednesday Morning Sep 23, 2020
      Anchorage police responded to the intersection of Brayton Drive and Academy Drive at 1:35 am on Wednesday morning after receiving a report of a hit and run collision involving a pedestrian, APD stated. When officers arrived at the scene, they discovered an adult female laying partially in the roadway deceased. The investigation revealed that […]
  • ‘Pebble Tapes’ Expose Lies and a Flawed Permitting Process Sep 23, 2020
      ANCHORAGE, AK – A dozen videos released by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) unequivocally confirm what Bristol Bay’s commercial fishermen and others have said all along – the proposed Pebble Mine is a lie and the permitting analysis is fatally flawed. The ‘Pebble Tapes’ produced by EIA clearly show that the Pebble Mine development […]
  • Rare Albino Fur Seal Pup Stands Out Sep 23, 2020
      NOAA Fisheries Affiliate Vladimir Burkanov discovered an albino fur seal on a recent research trip to the remote island of Tyuleny in the Sea of Okhotsk, Russia.   The reddish-gold pup has very light colored eyes and pink flippers. It was born in July on the island, which supports a large fur seal colony.  The […]
  • Moose Hunter Killed in grizzly Bear Attack in Wrangell-St Elias National Park Sep 23, 2020
      For the first time since the Wrangell-St Elias National Park’s creation, a hunter has been mauled in a fatal grizzly bear attack the National Park revealed on Tuesday. The hunter, whose identity as yet has not been revealed, was on a 10-day moose hunt near the Chisana River drainage with a friend when the […]
  • UPDATE: Disappearance of Florence Okpealuk Sep 23, 2020
      NOME, Alaska – Chief of Police Michael Heintzelman and Deputy Chief of Police Robert Pruckner announced an update Tuesday in the Nome Police Department’s investigation into the disappearance of Florence Okpealuk. To date, the following law enforcement actions, investigative activities, and search efforts have taken place since Ms. Okplealuk was first reported missing: • […]
  • US Voting Systems ‘Being Targeted’ as Presidential Election Nears Sep 23, 2020
      Increased security measures are not stopping cyber operatives from looking for ways to break into critical U.S. voting systems, according to officials charged with safeguarding the nation’s Nov. 3 presidential election.  But exactly who is behind the ongoing efforts remains unclear.  “Election systems, like IT systems generally, are being scanned, are being targeted, are […]
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  • Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Sept. 22, 2020 Sep 23, 2020
      DHSS today announced 50 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 46 are residents in 9 communities: Anchorage (31), Northwest Arctic Borough (4), Fairbanks (3), Wasilla (3), and one each in Aleutians West Census Area, Eagle River, Kodiak, Kotzebue, and Palmer.  Four new nonresident cases were reported in Anchorage with one case related to […]
  • Earthquakes and Insects on Alaska Road Trips Sep 22, 2020
      A few nights ago, stretched in a tent on the blue-gray gravel of the Lowe River floodplain, I woke to a series of sharp jolts. It felt like the earth was a giant halibut, and I was the fishing pole. Earthquake! The ratcheting westward lasted only a few seconds, but I felt the helplessness […]
  • ‘Another Alarm Bell in the Climate Emergency’ as Arctic Sea Ice Shrinks to Second Lowest Extent on Record Sep 22, 2020
      “We are headed towards a seasonally ice-free Arctic Ocean, and this year is another nail in the coffin.” Arctic sea ice shrank to the second-lowest extent since records began over four decades ago, federal scientists said Monday, prompting renewed warnings about the climate crisis. The minimum ice cover for 2020 was likely reached on […]

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