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  • New study shows Army Corps downplayed risk of earthquakes at Pebble Jul 3, 2020
      DILLINGHAM, AK ­– New analysis shows that the Pebble’s plan and environmental review does not adequately account for seismic risks at the proposed mine site, leaving the region’s fishery, communities and cultures exposed to significant devastation.   A peer-reviewed study by an international team of seismologists and geotechnical engineers details numerous problems with the […]
  • July 3rd, 1913 Jul 3, 2020
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  • Trump Says Covid-19 Is ‘Going to Sort of Just Disappear, I Hope’ on Same Day New US Cases Topped 50,000 for First Time Jul 2, 2020
      “These reckless statements are false—and coming from the president, they are dangerous.” President Donald Trump said in an interview with Fox Business Wednesday that he hopes the coronavirus will “sort of just disappear” on its own, remarks that came on the same day new infections in the United States topped 50,000 for the first time since […]
  • Two Men Die in Fight over Knife in Alakanuk Jul 2, 2020
    Alaska State Troopers reported on Wednesday that they received a report of two Alakanuk men dead of knife wounds at the intersection at the Alakanuk store at 2:04 am on Wednesday morning. The Alakanuk Police Department called in the report to troopers and AST responded to the scene at 3:15 am to open an investigation. […]
  • APD Apprehends Armed Felon at Bus Stop Following Robbery Report Wednesday Morning Jul 2, 2020
      A 20-year-old robbery suspect was arrested at the bus stop at Debarr and Turpin on Wednesday after a patrol officer was flagged down by his victim APD reported. The patrol officer was flagged down by a victim waving his arms frantically near Debarr and Ermine at 4:59 am. When stopped, the officer was told […]
  • Troopers Increase Patrols for Independence Day Holiday Jul 2, 2020
      Anchorage – Troopers will have extra patrols on the roadways and waterways to help ensure people safely reach their destinations for the Fourth of July holiday. Alaska State Troopers will be conducting focused patrols looking for poor driver behaviors like aggressive and distracted driving. Meanwhile, Alaska Wildlife Troopers will focus on fishing enforcement patrols […]
  • Troopers Respond to Apparent Domestic Violence Deaths in Rural Alaska Jul 2, 2020
      DPS Committed to Partnering with Alaskans to Stop the Violence Anchorage – In less than 10 days, five people were killed in Western Alaska. The first was Lawrence Paul; he was killed in Grayling on June 22, 2020. Two women, Rhoda Adams of Noatak, and Carol Whalen, of McGrath, were killed a day apart […]
  • Top Intelligence Officials Set to Brief Congress on Alleged Russian Bounties Jul 2, 2020
      WASHINGTON – Top U.S. intelligence officials are set to brief key members of Congress Thursday on what is known — and what is not known — about an alleged Russian plot to pay militants for attacks on American and coalition forces in Afghanistan. The White House confirmed CIA Director Gina Haspel and National Security […]
  • July 2nd, 1915 Jul 2, 2020
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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, […]


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