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Shooting in Anchorage

A shooting in Anchorage left one woman wounded. It happened at the 4300-block of Thompson Avenue after citizens heard multiple shots being fired. How the wound was obtained is still under investigation. While there was a large police presence at the time of the shooting, no shots were fired by police. Injuries sustained are not […]

Outlook of Summer Tourism in Juneau

First five weeks of Juneau tourism season see 64% capacity rate. The first five weeks of the Juneau tourism season have seen a 64% capacity rate. According to Juneau Port Director Carl Uchityl, Juneau has had about 193,000 guests in, against a capacity of about 300,000. Uchityl said residents can expect to see those numbers […]

Hometown Hero June 23

Hometown Hero June 23

The Hometown Hero for June 23rd is officer Mark Young with the Anchorage police department. After more than 20 years of dedicated service to the Anchorage Police Department, he is officially retired. Congratulations on your retirement, and enjoy the next chapter of your life!

Fire Breaks Out Between Dowling And Elmore Roads

Fire Breaks Out Between Dowling And Elmore Roads

A fire broke out on Elmore and Dowlyne Roads, and officials tell us crews are working to extinguish the approximately five acre fire. Over twenty units responded to the blaze. Alex Boyd, the assistant Chief at the Anchorage Fire Department told us the fire is moving east toward Elmore where roads are closed and aircrafts […]

Homeless Issues in Anchorage

Earlier tonight people in Anchorage got the chance to speak out on the city’s plans to deal with the homeless. A public meeting was held at the Loussac library concerning the proposed navigation center that would provide housing and support for the homeless. Your Alaska Link’s Ian Stewart looks at the homeless issue in Anchorage. […]

Child Safety Tips During the Summer

It is summer time and kids are spending more time outside with their friends. This can present a special challenge for parents trying to keep an eye out for their children. Your Alaska Link’s La’shawn Donelson has experts’ recommendations for parents to keep their child safe. I’m taking part in some activities and I reminded […]

New Alerts System From The Alaska State Trooper

New technology could help keep Alaska communities safe and informed. The new tool will allow alaskans to subscribe to email and text alerts from the Alaska State Troopers. It will join the state’s 511 system for road closures and traveler information, and the tool for submitting anonymous crime tips to law enforcement. The Alaska State […]

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