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Coffee With A Cop

  Wednesday the Anchorage police department visited the Mountain View Boys And Girls Club for their monthly coffee with a cop event. There they caught up with residents and played a little basketball with the kids. Anchorage Officer: “So today we have our coffee with a cop event. It’s a monthly event hosted by Anchorage […]

Collision Fatality

On July 24 at approximately 6:40 a.m., Alaska state troopers responded to Maud road near Jim Lake in Palmer for a report of a motor vehicle vs. tree collision. Initial investigation revealed the driver, 24-year-old Kattie Wilmarth, of Palmer, was driving a 2012 Dodge pickup and struck a tree after swerving to avoid hitting a […]

Alaska Troopers Investigate Disturbance

On August 9 at approximately 9:32 pm, Alaska state troopers responded to a report that a man and woman exited a black SUV and began fighting on church road near Shampine Lane. investigation revealed that 27-year-old Nova Arvin and 29-year-old Luc Mackie had an argument while Mackie was driving. Mackie got out of the vehicle […]

Woman Dies In Fire

On August 9 at approximately 6:36 P.M.  Alaska State Troopers along with Butte Fire and EMS and Palmer Fire responded to a structure fire. Initial calls indicated elderly 88-year-old Patricia D. Brown of Palmer was unable to escape the structure. Patricia was later located deceased in the residence after Butte Fire was able to make […]

Identity of Man Found In Freezer Released

We now know the identity of the human remains found in a freezer 4 months ago. On April 26 at approximately 6:05 a.m., Fairbanks dispatch received a report of a freezer containing human remains in the woods near mile 112 of the Tok cutoff. Tok based troopers responded to the scene and located a partially […]

Anchorage Public Library Announces New Service

The Anchorage Public Library announced the grand opening of the Dimond Transit Center Express Library, just in time for national book lovers day. Located inside the Dimond Transit Center lobby, the non-staffed express service provides self-serve automated book lockers. Lockers allow you to pick-up holds and return items with your Anchorage public library card. The […]

Man Removed From Assembly Chambers

Man Removed From Assembly Chambers

An Anchorage man was escorted from the Anchorage assembly chambers after praying over the podium and ignoring security. Suzanne LaFrance addressed the incident after calling the Assembly meeting to order saying, “First of all I want to let members of the public know that someone was removed from the chambers before the meeting. The person […]