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  • Chugiak High students butcher a moose December 12, 2019
  • Air ambulance dispatcher didn’t know two companies had already declined flight that turned deadly, report says December 12, 2019
    Federal investigators say the crash of an air ambulance late last month occurred at night after two other companies turned down the flight due to weather and limited daylight.The dispatch officer for Medevac Alaska, the company that provided a paramedic and flight nurse, wasn’t notified of the previous declined flight requests, according to a preliminary […]
  • Woman wounded in East Anchorage shooting December 12, 2019
    A woman was wounded by gunfire Wednesday night in East Anchorage, police wrote in an online alert. The woman called 911 around 7:40 p.m. after she was shot in a car near Parsons Avenue and North Pine Street, police said.Investigators believe shots were fired from one vehicle toward another, the alert said. A woman inside […]
  • Fairbanks district attorney won’t reopen ‘extremely frustrating’ rape case against man with face tattoo December 12, 2019
    After a review prompted by public outrage, the Fairbanks district attorney’s office announced Thursday it will not reopen a dismissed rape and kidnapping case against Daniel Selovich, also known as Pirate.The dismissal of a 2015 case against Selovich, who bears a distinct facial tattoo, was “extremely frustrating but appropriate under the law,” the Alaska Department […]
  • Sitka and police detective agree to $325K settlement over demotion December 12, 2019
    SITKA - The city of Sitka has agreed to pay a former detective $325,000 to settle a lawsuit in which he claimed to have been punished for speaking out about problems in the police department, officials said.Officer Ryan Silva's lawsuit against the City and Borough of Sitka also said he was penalized for taking time […]

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  • Trump proposes change to SNAP qualifications December 12, 2019
    Concerns are mounting over a rule change handed down by President Donald Trump that seeks to significantly cut the number of Americans qualified for benefits commonly referred to as food stamps through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
  • GVEA raising rates by $11 a month at least through February December 12, 2019
    A summer wildfire more than 500 miles away from Fairbanks is a cause of higher electric bills coming in the Interior over the next few months, according to the Golden Valley Electric Association.
  • Dunleavy's department budgets at a glance December 12, 2019
    In a summary by department, most state agencies are seeing small increases or decreases, with a few exceptions like large-scale increases in the Department of Corrections and the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.
  • Fairbanks man charged with biting off chunk of friend's nose December 12, 2019
    According to a criminal complaint filed in Fairbanks District Court, a man called 911 at 7:37 a.m. to report Atchley had just bitten off his nose and he would be waiting for help at the intersection of Sheep Creek Road…
  • Fairbanks council rejects vaping tax, OKs police drone rules December 12, 2019
    When the vaping ordinance initially came before the council at the Dec. 2 meeting, several members of the public, including local vaping business owners and vaping enthusiasts, spoke out fervently against taxing the products. They said a tax would hurt…