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Palmer-based troopers reported that they had received a call reporting a rollover collision where the vehicle was on fire. At the time of the call, troopers were unaware if the occupants had escaped or were trapped inside of the burning vehicle ...
Anchorage police revealed that a 27-year-old Anchorage man was arrested in a fatal vehicle/pedestrian collision that occurred during the early morning hours on Sunday. APD was alerted to the collision at the intersection of East 5th and Unga at 3 ...
Tok-based Alaska State Troopers remanded an Anchorage man to the Fairbanks Correctional Facility on Saturday after an incident at the US/Canadian border AST reported. The ALCAN Port of Entry contacted Fairbanks dispatch at 9:30 am on Saturday and ...
Alaska State Troopers report that the second of two burglary suspects with warrants was taken into custody by Metlakatla police late Saturday afternoon after he fled from them on Wednesday. Metlakatla police attempted to make contact with 26-year ...
ANCHORAGE - An Anchorage man was sentenced to 18 months and 19 days in federal prison followed by one year of supervised release for kidnapping his two young children in 2014 while on a family vacation in the Philippines. According to evidence ...
In the years leading up to 1971, the federal government urged Alaska Native families to claim their 160-acre land allotment before the program was abruptly terminated by the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. That message never ...
Washington, D.C. - Congressman Don Young (R-AK), Republican Leader of the Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples, and Congresswoman Teresa Leger Fernández (D-NM), Chair of the Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples, have introduced the STOP Act,
Rep. LeBon: 'This bill will help ensure that the future maintenance needs at hatchery facilities around the state continue to be supported' JUNEAU - The House of Representatives today passed a bill that allows the Department of Fish and Game to ...
JUNEAU - The Alaska Legislature Friday passed Senate Bill 69, encouraging private investment in renewable energy projects by extending an exemption from duplicative government regulations for independent power producers (IPPs). "Extending ...
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