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Anchorage Mayor Veto’s Assembly’s Overspending

Anchorage Mayor Veto’s Assembly’s Overspending

Today, the Anchorage Mayor announced veto items from the Assembly’s proposed 2022 budget. Mayor Dave Bronson says, “Without a valid funding source and with the new COVID variant and bond rating concerns, my administration cannot validate or certify the funding source increases that the Assembly attempted to provide for in their amendments.” The vetoes reflect […]

Missing Man Found in Chegach State Park

Missing Man Found in Chegach State Park

On Monday afternoon, Alaska State Troopers were notified of an overdue skier near the Gas Line Trail in Chegach State Park. The missing skier was identified as 64 year old Randy Howell of Anchorage. Due to the complexity of the trail system, extreme weather conditions, and diminishing daylight, AST requested the assistance of multiple volunteer […]

Man Arrested After Crash Involving Child

Man Arrested After Crash Involving Child

An Anchorage child is okay tonight after a crash that sent them tumbling to the ground in their car seat. According to police – the crash happened around 5-54 A-M Saturday on the 21 hundred-block of Forest Park Drive. Initial indications are that 32-year-old Andre T. Registe was driving southbound when he lost control and […]

WPD Surpasses $5,000 Fundraiser Goal

WPD Surpasses $5,000 Fundraiser Goal

Wasilla PD is now almost $700 over their original goal of $5,000 for GrowNation AK, and there’s still 4 days left! They are still raising money at Main.acsevents.org/goto/WasillaPD if you’d like to help. Everything raised goes to the American Cancer Society and supports programs and services for Alaskan cancer patients. Today we are showing off […]

Man Charged for Wildlife Trafficking Misdemeanors

Man Charged for Wildlife Trafficking Misdemeanors

An Anchorage man is charged by information on two counts of wildlife trafficking misdemeanors. According to court documents, 70 year old Uzi Levi, 70 purchased six non-handicrafted Pacific walrus tusks and one three-tusked non-handicrafted Pacific walrus head mount from an undercover U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service special agent, all of which is in violation of […]

Sen Sullivan Discusses Differences Between His New Legislation and The Green New Deal

Sen Sullivan Discusses Differences Between His New Legislation and The Green New Deal

Senator Dan Sullivan discusses the American Energy, Jobs, and Climate Plan he introduced alongside WY Senator Cynthia Lummis. The Senator spoke on the differences of their plan and The Green New Deal. Dan Sullivan: We’ve, we’ve had modeling done that shows a dramatic increase in the exports of clean burning American LNG to countries like […]

Three Missing Hikers Rescued by AK Wildlife Troopers

Three Missing Hikers Rescued by AK Wildlife Troopers

On November 21, the Alaska Wildlife Troopers were notified of three overdue hikers in the area of Cowee Meadows Cabin. The three adults had spent the night at the Cowee Meadows Cabin and told a family member in the morning that they were beginning to hike out, but that deep snow that fell overnight had […]

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