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Governor Dunleavy Commends Good Samaritan and Alaska State Trooper

Today Governor Dunleavy commended a good samaritan and an Alaska State Trooper for a rescue on July 29th of this year. I want to commend you for your selfless actions on July 29, 2021 for providing life saving support to wildlife trooper Lori as she was attempting to save the 12 year old child being […]

APD Responds to Suspicious Vehicle

At 11:41 PM on October 8, a citizen called Anchorage Police Department dispatch to report a suspicious vehicle. The caller stated two people were inside a sedan and both appeared to be asleep. Officers responded to a parking lot on the 700-block of East 34th Avenue. They located a Buick Century backed into a parking […]

Pink Rink at Dimond Center Mall for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Anchorage Dimond Center Mall has Painted the Rink Pink with the American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Awareness this Month. Dimond Center has partnered up with the American Cancer Society of Alaska for Breast Cancer Awareness Month by painting the Dimond Ice Chalet pink to raise funds and promote breast cancer early detection. “We […]

Fred Meyer Holiday Hiring Event October 13th

Job seekers, Fred Meyer is hosting a holiday hiring event this Thursday, October 13th. New hires can start their career in as little as three days! Fred Meyer announced its second hybrid hiring event, including virtual and on-site interviews, which will take place from 10 A-M to 1 P-M on Wednesday, October 13th. The grocer’s […]

Jess Lee Home For Children Spooky Roots

Keeping in line with Halloween, Joint base Elmendorf Richardson has posted yet another spooky location. The Jesse Lee Home For Children has quite the history, and spooky aesthetic. Although Seward began demolition of the home in November of 2020, the site itself has been unused for more than five decades and still holds historic value […]

Skeletal Remains Identified from Missing Man last seen August 2017

On August 2, The Alaska State Troopers received a report of human skeletal remains found on a small uninhabited island near Craig and Klawock. State troopers responded via the PV Gow’tukan to the area where the remains were located and collected. The skeletal remains were sent to the State Medical Examiner where, after comparison to […]

AST Respond to Suspicious Circumstance in Tok that led to an Arrest

On October 5 around 3:00 pm in Tok Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a suspicious circumstance at the corner of D Street and the Alaska Hwy. On scene, AST learned the complainant had witnessed a male on his property attempting to steal items and chased him away. Based on the description of […]