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  • US Sets New Single-Day Record for Coronavirus Infections Jul 1, 2020
       The United States marked another grim milestone Tuesday as it posted a record  47,000 new COVID-19 cases, the biggest one day increase in new infections since the start of the pandemic.   The bulk of the new infections stretches from the southwestern states of Arizona and Texas over into the western state of California, […]
  • Intelligence Leaks Provoke White House Ire Jul 1, 2020
      WASHINGTON – The White House is blaming intelligence officials who leaked information about an alleged Russian bounty program in Afghanistan for potentially blowing almost any chance of coming to a consensus on whether the threat was real.  Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Tuesday criticized “rogue intelligence officers” for putting the lives of U.S. troops […]
  • July 1st, 1935 Jul 1, 2020
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  • Scam Alert: Scammers, posing as APD Officers, are calling citizens and asking for money Jun 30, 2020
      The Anchorage Police Department has received information that scammers, who identify themselves as Anchorage Police Officers, are calling citizens and claiming the citizens have a warrant and need to pay money.  The names the scammers are providing are names of real APD officers.   While an officer may call you regarding a warrant, and […]
  • Coast Guard responds to number of safety, drug-related violations throughout Alaska Jun 30, 2020
      ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Coast Guard investigators and inspectors identify a concerning trend in violations of maritime law throughout the state, ranging from illegal drug use to unserviceable life-saving equipment. Investigators at Coast Guard Sector Anchorage observed an increase in the number of positive drug tests for non-credentialed mariners throughout the Arctic and Western Alaska.  Drug tests are administered for […]
  • 25 new cases of COVID-19 recorded in Alaska; 21 resident, 4 nonresident Jun 30, 2020
      The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) Monday announced 25 new cases of COVID-19 in Alaska; 21 are residents of eight communities: Seward (8), Anchorage (6), Willow (2), Eagle River (1), Fairbanks (1), North Pole (1), Nome Census Area (1) and Wasilla (1). This brings the total number of Alaska cases to 904. […]
  • June 30th, 1958 Jun 30, 2020
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  • Surge in COVID-19 Cases Prompts Renewed Lockdowns Jun 29, 2020
      India and the United States are among parts of the world where a rise in coronavirus cases is prompting authorities to reimpose lockdown restrictions meant to stop the spread of the virus.  India reported another record one-day increase in confirmed cases Monday with nearly 20,000.  The country trails only the United States, Brazil and […]
  • Congress Calls for Probe Into Reported Russian Bounties on US Troops Jun 29, 2020
      As members of Congress called for an investigation, President Donald Trump said Sunday he was not briefed on reports that a Russian military intelligence unit offered bounties to Taliban militants in Afghanistan to kill U.S. soldiers because U.S. intelligence officials did not deem them credible. “Intel just reported to me that they did not […]
  • New polling shows dramatically low levels of support for drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Jun 29, 2020
      Recent attempts by the Trump administration to allow drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and to bail out oil companies during the COVID-19 pandemic with taxpayer money, as well as its criticism of banks’ decisions not to fund Arctic oil and gas development, are hugely unpopular with American voters. According to newly completed […]

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Savoonga Woman Jailed on Animal Cruelty Charges

  Alaska State Troopers reports that a 30-year-old Savoonga woman was arrested on animal cruelty charges after an incident in that village on Wednesday evening. The Savoonga VPSO responded to a welfare check at a residence in the community at 5:50 pm on Wednesday and opened a preliminary…

Bristol Bay Organizations Again Meet Pebble Proposal with Skepticism

Bristol Bay Organizations Again Meet Pebble Proposal with Skepticism

  DILLINGHAM, AK – Bristol Bay organizations, tribes, and fishermen met Tuesday’s announcement of the Pebble Limited Partnership’s proposal of revenue sharing with severe criticism, calling it a desperate attempt by a dying company to create the illusion of support for their toxic project in a region that…

Two Dead in New Stuyahok in Murder/Suicide, Another Treated at Clinic for Injuries

Two Dead in New Stuyahok in Murder/Suicide, Another Treated at Clinic for Injuries

  Alaska State Troopers reported that they received a call from the community of New Stuyahok at 5:38 am on Thursday morning reporting an assault that had taken place there. It was reported that the altercation that took place between Marcus Wyagon, age 29, and Devin Andrew, age…

Court Shuts Down Interior’s Second Land Deal With King Cove Corp

Court Shuts Down Interior’s Second Land Deal With King Cove Corp

  A federal District Court decision released late Monday resoundingly shut down the Interior Department’s second attempt at…

Alyeska Pump Station #5 Employee Suffers Serious Bear Attack Friday

Alyeska Pump Station #5 Employee Suffers Serious Bear Attack Friday

  Alyeska Security at Pump Station #5 of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline south of the Brooks Range alerted AST…

Three in Stebbins Held on Multiple Charges that Include Attempted Murder, Kidnapping

Three in Stebbins Held on Multiple Charges that Include Attempted Murder, Kidnapping

  Alaska State Troopers reported that three Stebbins men were arrested and charged with a myriad of charges…

Portraits of Alaska

Portraits of Alaska

  Each year within Alaska’s 16 national wildlife refuges, the frigid temperatures, darkness and compounding snow of winter…

One Dies, Two Injured in Thursday Morning Crash Between Mountain Village and St Marys

One Dies, Two Injured in Thursday Morning Crash Between Mountain Village and St Marys

  Tribal police in Mountain Village reported to troopers in St Marys that one died and two were…

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