1 dead after commercial aircraft crashes at Unalaska airport

1 dead after commercial aircraft crashes at Unalaska airport

A commercial aircraft went off the runway Thursday evening at the Unalaska-Dutch Harbor Airport.

KTVA Web Staff
Man charged with assault for driving wrong way on Glenn Highway, crashing

Man charged with assault for driving wrong way on Glenn Highway, crashing

A 59-year-old man is facing criminal charges for driving the wrong way on the Glenn Highway and colliding with another vehicle early Thursday morning.

Angela Krenzien
Alaska community considers switch from alcohol ban to sales

Alaska community considers switch from alcohol ban to sales

Members of an Alaska community that has prohibited alcohol for more than three decades now want to open a city-owned store to sell it. 

Associated Press
The first all-female spacewalk is underway

The first all-female spacewalk is underway

NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch are conducting the first all-female spacewalk outside of the International Space Station. The spacewalk officially began at 7:38 a.m. ET and will last for about five or six hours.

CNN News
Snowplow operators wanted at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Snowplow operators wanted at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport is looking to hire about 10 snowplow operators for this season.

Dave Leval
Portrait-filled kuspuk captures AFN's attention, renewing calls for public safety

Portrait-filled kuspuk captures AFN's attention, renewing calls for public safety

Amber Webb's sketches of murdered and missing Indigenous women captured eyes and hearts of those tackling rural public safety problems.

Steve Quinn
Inside the Gates: F-35s take over fighter squadron with storied combat history

Inside the Gates: F-35s take over fighter squadron with storied combat history

In the coming years, Alaska will see both F-35s and over a half dozen new search and rescue helicopters in the skies.

Scott Gross
Iditarod CEO talks hope for summit with PETA

Iditarod CEO talks hope for summit with PETA

New Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach says that he's meeting with officials from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals on Thursday in Los Angeles.

John Thompson
Dunleavy promises budget collaboration, more public safety resources

Dunleavy promises budget collaboration, more public safety resources

Protestors attempted to derail Dunleavy's first AFN address, but conference officials successfully thwarted the efforts.

Steve Quinn
Dog ownership: Good for the soul and the heart

Dog ownership: Good for the soul and the heart

Here's yet another reason you might find room in your home for a four-legged friend.

Dave Goldman
Preparing for the big one: The Great Alaska Shakeout

Preparing for the big one: The Great Alaska Shakeout

At 10:17 a.m. on Thursday, October 17th Alaskans will participate in the Great Shakeout. The drill helps practice what to do in the event of a major earthquake.

Jeremy LaGoo & Melissa Frey
Concerns continue over AFD pulling fire vehicles out of service

Concerns continue over AFD pulling fire vehicles out of service

The Anchorage Fire Department has been pulling fire rigs from the streets since Oct. 1 to avoid paying overtime when someone calls in sick, is hurt or is out for other reasons.

Joe Vigil
Brian Smith now indicted in the murders of 2 Alaska Native women

Brian Smith now indicted in the murders of 2 Alaska Native women

A man arrested earlier this month for the torture and murder of a woman in an Anchorage hotel room is now charged with a second killing. 

Daniella Rivera
Anchorage Animal Care and Control at max capacity for cats

Anchorage Animal Care and Control at max capacity for cats

Anchorage Animal Care and Control is running out of room for cats. A spokeswoman said the number of cats that are reunited with their owners is tiny compared to dogs.

Lauren Maxwell
Soldotna High senior dies in morning highway car crash

Soldotna High senior dies in morning highway car crash

Macie Schroeder-Dalebout died when her vehicle rolled on the Sterling Highway.
 

Associated Press
AFN honors Bethel’s Pete Kaiser, Lyman Hoffman

AFN honors Bethel’s Pete Kaiser, Lyman Hoffman

Iditarod winner Pete Kaiser and saged lawmaker Lyman Hoffman inspired an audience at Carlson Center.

Steve Quinn
ConocoPhillips makes record donation to Food Bank of Alaska

ConocoPhillips makes record donation to Food Bank of Alaska

ConocoPhillips donates $1,202,000 and 101 tons of food to the Food Bank of Alaska

Bryan Dunagan
United Way seeking sponsors for families impacted by McKinley Fire

United Way seeking sponsors for families impacted by McKinley Fire

The United Way of Mat-Su is working to find winter gear for 20 families who were affected by the McKinley Fire.

Heather Hintze
Anchorage Park Foundation debuts new playground guide

Anchorage Park Foundation debuts new playground guide

Anchorage alone has hundreds of parks, and now, there's an easy way to get to know them.

Liz Raines
Monica Goyette leaving position as Mat-Su School District superintendent

Monica Goyette leaving position as Mat-Su School District superintendent

Dr. Monica Goyette will stay with the district as a principal for a large elementary school for the 2020-2021 school year.

Heather Hintze
4 students suspected in vandalism at Anchorage middle school

4 students suspected in vandalism at Anchorage middle school

The Alaska Division of Juvenile Justice is considering charges against four juveniles suspected of vandalism at an Anchorage middle school.

Associated Press
Escaped Alaska goat caught after 2 days with public help

Escaped Alaska goat caught after 2 days with public help

An escaped Alaska goat that eluded authorities for nearly two days has been caught after a hunt involving requests for public assistance and reported sightings shared on social media. 

Associated Press
Alaska to resume temporary ferry service to British Columbia

Alaska to resume temporary ferry service to British Columbia

The Department of Transportation and Public Facilities says service to Prince Rupert has been scheduled Oct. 29 and Nov. 25. 

Associated Press
School board weighs bond proposal for earthquake recovery projects

School board weighs bond proposal for earthquake recovery projects

At Tuesday night's school board meeting, Anchorage School District administrators presented the board with the latest school bond proposal for 2020.

Scott Gross
Lt. Gov. Meyer certifies initiative to overturn controversial oil and gas tax credit program

Lt. Gov. Meyer certifies initiative to overturn controversial oil and gas tax credit program

Lt. Gov. Meyer certifies an initiative to overturn oil and gas tax credit program, now needs 28,501 votes.

Bryan Dunagan
Video shows Coast Guard rescue of 3 boaters on Munson Island

Video shows Coast Guard rescue of 3 boaters on Munson Island

U.S. Coast Guard aircrews said they were able to rescue three boaters Tuesday suffering from severe hypothermia on Munson Island.

Kayla Heffner
Health officials recommending vaccine schedule for 16-year-olds

Health officials recommending vaccine schedule for 16-year-olds

Several leading medical groups are urging to establish a 16-year-old immunization visit.

CBS News
Alaska city's insurance lawyer to handle rape claim case

Alaska city's insurance lawyer to handle rape claim case

The statement comes three weeks after the American Civil Liberties Union accused Nome police of "a systemic and disastrous failure" to keep Native women safe from sexual assault.

Associated Press
Are social media companies really spying on users?

Are social media companies really spying on users?

Many people believe social media companies are spying on our conversations and targeting ads based on what we say out loud. A British security company is trying to get to the bottom of it.

CBS News
'Good Government, Alaska Driven': Dunleavy, public safety to kick off AFN

'Good Government, Alaska Driven': Dunleavy, public safety to kick off AFN

Gov. Mike Dunleavy will be the first of many key speakers addressing the nearly 1,000 delegates at the three-day convention.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage homeless numbers increase, city says

Anchorage homeless numbers increase, city says

The number of people who were camping in the woods during homeless count doubled from 2018.

Lauren Maxwell
Official in controversial swimsuit ruling won't lose certification, ASAA says

Official in controversial swimsuit ruling won't lose certification, ASAA says

The Alaska School Activities Association has decided to not decertify an official who disqualified a Dimond High School swimmer over a swimsuit violation.

Jennifer Summers
Brian Smith pleads not guilty in torture, murder case

Brian Smith pleads not guilty in torture, murder case

Brian Steven Smith entered not guilty pleas in the hotel room torture and killing of Kathleen Henry.

Daniella Rivera
Local support helps 2 Mat-Su businesses expand

Local support helps 2 Mat-Su businesses expand

Alaska Chicks opened a new, stand-alone store in Wasilla over the summer. This year, the owner of Whimsy in Palmer will open two stores called Northern Lilly.

Heather Hintze
4 Alaska teachers given presidential excellence awards in science, math, engineering

4 Alaska teachers given presidential excellence awards in science, math, engineering

Four teachers from Alaska and others were recipients of a presidential honor for education.

Kayla Heffner
Could impostor syndrome be costing you money?

Could impostor syndrome be costing you money?

If it feels like you're fighting a battle against yourself or that no matter what you achieve you're unworthy of praise, you may be dealing with impostor syndrome.

Liz Raines
New Iditarod CEO seeks dialogue with animal rights critics

New Iditarod CEO seeks dialogue with animal rights critics

The new head of Alaska's Iditarod plans to meet with an animal rights group long devoted to putting an end to the world's most famous sled dog race.

Associated Press
Alaska to look at oil spill plan requirements

Alaska to look at oil spill plan requirements

Thirty years after the Exxon Valdez oil spill, the state of Alaska is looking at whether to change its requirements for oil spill prevention and response plans.

Associated Press
Trump plans to nominate Kindred for Alaska judgeship

Trump plans to nominate Kindred for Alaska judgeship

President Donald Trump intends to nominate Joshua Kindred to a federal judgeship in Alaska.

Associated Press
Alaska city wants to join large area to create new borough

Alaska city wants to join large area to create new borough

An Alaska city wants to legally join an area of land to form what would be the biggest borough in the southeast region of the state.

Associated Press
Supporters get OK to gather signatures for oil tax proposal

Supporters get OK to gather signatures for oil tax proposal

Supporters of a proposal to rewrite Alaska's oil tax structure have gotten approval to gather signatures in a bid to qualify the measure for the ballot.

Associated Press
State: 7 cases of illness linked to unrefrigerated fish

State: 7 cases of illness linked to unrefrigerated fish

The state is warning Alaskans about the risk of eating fish not properly refrigerated or preserved. According to a state of Alaska epidemiology bulletin seven patients this summer were diagnosed with scombroid poisoning.

Jennifer Summers
New website allows public to see Alaska’s cold cases

New website allows public to see Alaska’s cold cases

An updated webpage by the Alaska Department of Public Safety encourages anyone to come forward and help solve outstanding cold cases.

Kayla Heffner
Longtime East High cafeteria team member says goodbye after 28 years

Longtime East High cafeteria team member says goodbye after 28 years

Nuprathan 'Nu' Ness started her first job in the Anchorage School District at the East Anchorage High School 28 years ago. Next Monday, she’s hanging up her apron.

Scott Gross
Elder keynote speaker highlights the importance of Alaska's indigenous languages

Elder keynote speaker highlights the importance of Alaska's indigenous languages

Elder keynote speaker Sally Tugidam Ayagaa Swetzof says she was born before statehood, but the name "Alaska" was born from the Aleutian language Unangam Tunuu.

Jennifer Summers
Yup’ik immersion students get hands-on learning through salmon exploration

Yup’ik immersion students get hands-on learning through salmon exploration

Yup'ik immersion students at College Gate Elementary School learned about salmon with help from sixth-graders who dissected fish and named off their findings.

Scott Gross
Alaska ranks first in STD rates, CDC report says

Alaska ranks first in STD rates, CDC report says

In an annual look at national trends for sexually transmitted diseases, Alaska is at the top of the list.

Shayne Nuesca
Aquarian Charter School parents ask to be on the April bond

Aquarian Charter School parents ask to be on the April bond

Aquarian Charter School has been housed in a building owned by the Anchorage School District for the last 18 years. Parents say they don't want to leave their home in Spenard, but major repairs are needed.

Lauren Maxwell
Mat-Su Borough begins McKinley Fire debris removal

Mat-Su Borough begins McKinley Fire debris removal

The Mat-Su Borough contracted with Alaska Demolition to haul away metal and trash left in the right-of-way. The state will ultimately foot the bill because of the disaster declaration.

Heather Hintze
Brian Smith indicted on charges of murder, sexual assault & evidence tampering

Brian Smith indicted on charges of murder, sexual assault & evidence tampering

A man accused of filming himself torturing and killing a woman in an Anchorage hotel room last month has been indicted on eight felony charges, including murder, sexual assault and evidence tampering.

Daniella Rivera
DOC to send inmates out of state due to growing prison population after SB 91 repeal

DOC to send inmates out of state due to growing prison population after SB 91 repeal

The Alaska Department of Corrections plans to send hundreds of inmates out of state starting early next year. 

Daniella Rivera
Anchorage police investigating outdoor death

Anchorage police investigating outdoor death

Anchorage police are investigating the death of a man who was found outside Tuesday morning.

Elizabeth Roman
Increased number of STDs in Hawaii linked to online dating

Increased number of STDs in Hawaii linked to online dating

An increase in sexually transmitted diseases in Hawaii to the highest numbers reported in decades can be linked to the prevalence of online dating, officials said.

Associated Press
New study: Opioid crisis cost US economy $631B over 4 years

New study: Opioid crisis cost US economy $631B over 4 years

The opioid crisis cost the U.S. economy $631 billion from 2015 through last year and it may keep getting more expensive.

Associated Press
Travel Tuesday: Aurora draws winter visitors to Southcentral

Travel Tuesday: Aurora draws winter visitors to Southcentral

The aurora is the biggest driver for Alaska tourism in the winter.

John Thompson
Forest Service proposes exempting Tongass from Roadless Rule

Forest Service proposes exempting Tongass from Roadless Rule

The U.S. Forest Service is taking comments on a proposal that would exempt the country's largest national forest, in southeast Alaska, from a ban on timber harvests and road building in roadless areas.

Associated Press
Shuckerow plans to manage Sullivan re-election campaign

Shuckerow plans to manage Sullivan re-election campaign

Matt Shuckerow, Gov. Mike Dunleavy's former press secretary, has announced plans to manage Republican U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan's re-election campaign.

Associated Press
Faces of Indigenous Peoples' Day at Alaska Pacific University

Faces of Indigenous Peoples' Day at Alaska Pacific University

Many Alaskans gathered for an Indigenous Peoples' Day celebration at Alaska Pacific University on Monday.

Joe Vigil
FBI assisting APD with investigation into brutal Anchorage hotel room murder

FBI assisting APD with investigation into brutal Anchorage hotel room murder

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is assisting the Anchorage Police Department in investigating a gruesome case with details that have left the community with concerns and unanswered questions since they were first made public last week. 

Daniella Rivera
School lunch program eliminates disposable trays, provides more options for students

School lunch program eliminates disposable trays, provides more options for students

ASD is pushing towards the elimination of disposable plastic serving trays for washable replacements that will help significantly reduce waste.

Scott Gross
Alaska's Denali National Park allows e-bikes on road, trails

Alaska's Denali National Park allows e-bikes on road, trails

The park service says the policy aimed at expanding recreational opportunities and accessibility allows the motorized vehicles on the entire length of the Denali Park Road.

Associated Press
Club helping visually impaired people stay active by biking

Club helping visually impaired people stay active by biking

A group in California is bringing the joy of cycling to the blind and visually impaired.

CBS News
Horticulture class teaches Alaska Bible College students valuable agriculture skills

Horticulture class teaches Alaska Bible College students valuable agriculture skills

“I never thought I would drive a tractor going to a Bible College,” said 21-year-old Josiah Richardson from Washington state.

Heather Hintze
Start-ups seeing green selling less than perfect produce

Start-ups seeing green selling less than perfect produce

10 million tons of cosmetically imperfect or unharvested food are lost each year, according to food nonprofit ReFED.

CBS News
Eagle River Girl Scout packs cookies and more for Alaska troops abroad

Eagle River Girl Scout packs cookies and more for Alaska troops abroad

Alaina Vik has sent nearly 100 boxes to Kuwait. She hopes to send 75 more to Kosovo in early November.

Lauren Maxwell
Cultural tourism hitting its stride, engaging visitors

Cultural tourism hitting its stride, engaging visitors

Alaska Native tourism operators express optimism about growth and telling authentic stories reflecting the state's centuries-long heritage.

Steve Quinn
Radio outages impacting Coast Guard response in Southeast Alaska

Radio outages impacting Coast Guard response in Southeast Alaska

The U.S. Coast Guard is experiencing radio outages throughout Southeast Alaska.

Elizabeth Roman
Woman who killed boyfriend in 2012 fire sentenced to serve 60 years

Woman who killed boyfriend in 2012 fire sentenced to serve 60 years

It's been more than seven years since Gina Virgilio doused the couch her boyfriend was sleeping on with gasoline and set it on fire.

Daniella Rivera
River otters attack, injure family dog in Anchorage park

River otters attack, injure family dog in Anchorage park

An Alaska man says he rescued his family's dog from an attack by river otters in a small lake inside an Anchorage park.

Associated Press
Alaska Zoo polar bear dies after two months of medical treatment

Alaska Zoo polar bear dies after two months of medical treatment

Lyutyik, the 19-year-old polar bear at the Alaska Zoo, has died after two months of being treated for an unknown medical condition.

Elizabeth Roman
Hoogendorn brothers look back on Denali summit at Elders & Youth Conference

Hoogendorn brothers look back on Denali summit at Elders & Youth Conference

Oliver Tusagvik and Wilson Mungnak Hoogendorn are from Nome. The brothers were the first to summit Denali this past May.

Jennifer Summers
Alaska celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day

Alaska celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day

While Columbus Day is still a federally recognized holiday, Alaska celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day on the second Monday of October.

Liz Raines
25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Heather Roach

25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Heather Roach

Heather Roach teaches science at East Anchorage High School. Her classroom is lovingly referred to as “The Roach Motel.”

John Thompson
Troopers offer winter weather driving tips to stay safe on the road

Troopers offer winter weather driving tips to stay safe on the road

To help keep Alaskans safe when they come across similar road conditions, the troopers have winter weather driving tips for the upcoming season.

Dave Leval
Oregon woman dies in head-on crash on Seward Highway

Oregon woman dies in head-on crash on Seward Highway

Alaska State Troopers say 39-year-old Wendy Cox died at Mile 66.

Associated Press
Troopers confirm overdue Cordova hunter found dead

Troopers confirm overdue Cordova hunter found dead

Neil Durco, 33, went hunting alone on the McKinley Trail on Monday, according to an online dispatch from troopers. He had minimal food rations, was not prepared with gear for the weather and had not returned by Tuesday as expected.

Angela Krenzien
Providence treatment program helps those with opioid use disorder

Providence treatment program helps those with opioid use disorder

Steps are being taken at Providence Alaska Health & Services to help counter and reduce the number of deaths resulting from opioid use disorder. 

Dave Goldman
Cheesy times at inaugural Crustfest pizza festival

Cheesy times at inaugural Crustfest pizza festival

Peak 2 Peak hosted Crustfest, Anchorage's first-ever pizza festival where 11 pizzerias served up their finest slices. A portion of every ticket sold went to the Food Bank of Alaska.

Dave Leval
Partial collapse of Hard Rock hotel in New Orleans kills 1, leaves 3 others missing

Partial collapse of Hard Rock hotel in New Orleans kills 1, leaves 3 others missing

A partial collapse of a building under construction in New Orleans has killed one person, injured more than a dozen others and left at least three people missing, authorities said

CNN News
Alaska residents warned of bear encounters on Kodiak Island

Alaska residents warned of bear encounters on Kodiak Island

Alaska wildlife authorities have warned residents to be aware of Kodiak bears after multiple sightings and encounters were reported near residential areas. 

Associated Press
United Airlines starting seasonal nonstop service between ANC and LAX

United Airlines starting seasonal nonstop service between ANC and LAX

United Airlines will start nonstop summer flights from Anchorage to Los Angeles in June. Passengers can buy tickets starting Saturday.

Angela Krenzien
Willow filmmaker debuts movie opposing road to Ambler Mining District

Willow filmmaker debuts movie opposing road to Ambler Mining District

The state wants to build a road that would provide industrial access to the Ambler Mining District. Willow filmmaker Jayme Dittmar made a movie showcasing people who live in the villages that would be impacted by the project.

Dave Leval
Victim identified after SD card turned in to APD depicts brutal murder in Anchorage hotel room

Victim identified after SD card turned in to APD depicts brutal murder in Anchorage hotel room

APD says an SD card was found with footage of an assault and homicide.

Shayne Nuesca & Daniella Rivera
1 dead after small boat capsizes in Southeast Alaska

1 dead after small boat capsizes in Southeast Alaska

The U.S. Coast Guard says one person died Friday after their small boat capsized near Salt Chuck in the north part of Duncan Canal in Southeast Alaska.

Angela Krenzien
Inside the Gates: Recruiting the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region in Cessna 172

Inside the Gates: Recruiting the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region in Cessna 172

For the past five years, Sgt. 1st Class Robert Masterman with the Alaska Army National Guard has used his own airplane in and out of Bethel to recruit Alaskans living in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta region.

Scott Gross
Consumer alert: Federal Trade Commission warning about overpayment scam

Consumer alert: Federal Trade Commission warning about overpayment scam

The Federal Trade Commission continues to get complaints about an ongoing scam. Victims receive a check but then end up paying the criminal.

CBS News
Chickaloon singer competes for national songwriting prize

Chickaloon singer competes for national songwriting prize

Rhoda Grace was selected as a top five finalist for her song, "Love Me Back to You."

Heather Hintze
Regulation change would permit AG to defend governor in ethics complaints

Regulation change would permit AG to defend governor in ethics complaints

The state is taking public comment through Nov. 4 on proposal designed to "streamline" complaint process

Steve Quinn
Prescriptions no longer honored after DEA suspends medical professionals' licenses

Prescriptions no longer honored after DEA suspends medical professionals' licenses

The state says it got no warning the arrests were coming but some of the systems to help patients were already in place.

Lauren Maxwell
Dashcam video captures APD officer punching, kicking man before making arrest

Dashcam video captures APD officer punching, kicking man before making arrest

An officer with the Anchorage Police Department is facing assault charges for the amount of force he used while making an arrest last month, according to a community alert from the department.

Angela Krenzien, Elizabeth Roman & Daniella Rivera
Alaska Democratic Party backs Gross for US Senate

Alaska Democratic Party backs Gross for US Senate

If Gross wins next year's primary, he'll like face Republilcan incumbent Dan Sullivan, who is completing his first term.

Steve Quinn
Dunleavy vetoes bill aimed at executive branch pay

Dunleavy vetoes bill aimed at executive branch pay

House Bill 48 received broad support, enough for a veto override if the backing remains.

Steve Quinn
Iditarod joins QPAWS, 3 other sled dog races as part of new race circuit

Iditarod joins QPAWS, 3 other sled dog races as part of new race circuit

The Iditarod joins new nonprofit race circuit.

Bryan Dunagan
California to require abortion medication at public colleges

California to require abortion medication at public colleges

California will be the first state to require abortion medication on college campuses under a new law signed Friday by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom. 

Associated Press
Alaska EXCEL offers rural students career options, training

Alaska EXCEL offers rural students career options, training

Many rural students may never leave their village or understand the variety of career options available to them. Alaska EXCEL helps break down barriers with unique opportunities.

Scott Gross
Nome police chief quits after 13 months on the job

Nome police chief quits after 13 months on the job

The police chief who led efforts to audit more than 460 old sexual assault cases in Nome is quitting after 13 months on the job.

Associated Press
Big avocado earns Hawaii family Guinness World Records honor

Big avocado earns Hawaii family Guinness World Records honor

A Hawaii family has won a place with the Guinness World Records for the world's heaviest avocado.

Associated Press
Anchorage professor behind viral video of octopus seemingly dreaming

Anchorage professor behind viral video of octopus seemingly dreaming

A professor at Alaska Pacific University is the start of a new PBS documentary called Octopus: Making Contact. It's fascinated the world with one scene in particular, a moment the octopus begins rapidly changing colors.

Liz Raines
'Sesame Street' addresses opioid crisis as Muppet's mother battles addiction

'Sesame Street' addresses opioid crisis as Muppet's mother battles addiction

"Sesame Street" is teaching kids how to talk about an especially difficult topic — the opioid crisis. In a series of new segments, Muppet Karli reveals she's been living in foster care because her mother is battling addiction.  

CBS News
Snow piles up early at Hatcher Pass

Snow piles up early at Hatcher Pass

This latest storm brought in significant moisture from the Gulf of Alaska, most of which turned to snow in the highest elevations of Southcentral. As of 7 p.m. Thursday, the official snow depth at Independence Mine is up to 34 inches! 

Melissa Frey

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