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Beware Of Car Thefts

It’s something Anchorage police always see this time of year, an uptick in car break ins. Luckily, there are things you can do so you’re not an easy target. A big one has to do with warming up your car. If you have a remote starter, great! If not, make sure not to leave your car […]

Opening Day At Hilltop

While it may be cold, that isn’t stopping skiiers and snowboarders from hitting the slopes at Hilltop! Your Alaska Link’s Ian Stewart stopped by to see the crowds out for opening weekend. It may have gotten darker and colder, but that didn’t stop anybody from heading out to Hilltop. Workers have been hard at work […]

Electronic Bag Tags

Alaska Airlines is rolling out a brand new feature to save you time while flying! Alaska Airlines is now the first airline in the entire country to use electronic bag tags. They’re easy to use and can be downloaded using the Alaska Airlines mobile app. The best part? You won’t have to wait in line to […]

Armed Robbery in Bethel

An armed robber is on the loose in Bethel. A man with a gun walked into “Alaska Buds” — a marijuana store — and fired several shots. Police say an employee was hurt. The crook made off with over $300 worth of stuff from the shop in Bethel.  

School Bus And Car Collide

Also in Anchorage, a car and a school bus collided this afternoon. This is a look at the car that was involved,  it happened at the intersection of New Weward Highway and 36th Avenue. No word if any kids were on the bus at the time or if anyone was hurt.  

Traveling To Hawaii, Should You Cancel?

Now, Hawaii is a popular travel destination for Alaskans, especially this time of year. And if you have a trip booked, all of this volcano talk may have you thinking of canceling. But travel guru Scott McMurren says: not so fast. “Look, they’ll tell you in advance, the pilot will or the airline will “we’re […]

Operation Santa Claus, North Slope Borough

Operation Santa Claus is helping kick off the holiday season in North Slope borough. The Alaska National guard partnered with the Salvation Army to deliver over 1,500 toys, gifts and hygiene products to kids here at trapper school in Nuiqsut. As a thank you, community members shared a traditional Inupiaq song with the volunteers.   

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