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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 […]

Two Men Arrested Outside Airgas in Anchorage

At 1:24 A.M. on August 9, Anchorage police responded to an alarm call at Airgas located at 6415 Arctic Boulevard. Upon arrival officers saw two males walking away from the building; they also noticed forced entry had been made through the front door of the business.  When officers verbally engaged the men, they both became […]

Man Indicted

On August 4, Robert Ross Bouillotte, Jr., was indicted in a 20-count indictment charging 15 counts for the possession of child sexual abuse material. If convicted, he faces a possible sentence of between 12 to 20 years for each violation. Each of these crimes carries a possible maximum aggravated sentence of 99 years in prison. […]

Man Arrested For Trespassing

On August 7 at 8:51 pm, Alaska state troopers responded to Vine Road in Wasilla for the report of an intoxicated male walking in the roadway causing several motorists to swerve to avoid hitting him. While responding, AST received another 911 call regarding the same man trespassing on their property. The suspect fled on foot […]

EAS Test

Alaskans are scheduled to receive a nationwide test message on cell phones and through radio and television broadcast August 11th at 10:20 a.m. Fema and the FCC will be testing these emergency alert systems. The message will be distributed through the national emergency alert system and the wireless emergency alert system. The wireless emergency alert […]

Two People Rescued From Plane Crash

The coast guard rescued two people from a plane crash Saturday 40 miles southeast of Ketchikan, Alaska. An MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter crew from coast guard air station Sitka rescued the two from the U.S. Forest Service cabin at humpback lake in the Misty Fjords national monument close to the recent fatal crash site. Their float […]

Type O Negative Blood Donors Needed

Currently due to increased traumas and summer shortages blood bank of Alaska has a critical need for o negative blood donors. “Recently our partner hospitals have seen an increase in trauma patients that rely on the Type o negative blood supply for emergency treatment. The end of the summer is always a challenging time to […]