Anchorage man's food truck helping the homeless again after break-in

Anchorage man's food truck helping the homeless again after break-in

Cheong Kim said the thieves struck in the middle of the night. They broke into his food truck, drained the gas tank and took all the food that was meant for the homeless.

Lauren Maxwell
David Yesner appeals ban from University of Alaska property, events

David Yesner appeals ban from University of Alaska property, events

Disgraced former University of Alaska Anchorage professor David Yesner is appealing the University's sanctions against him, and requesting the case be kept confidential. 

Daniella Rivera
Palmer mom raises money to pay off school lunch debt

Palmer mom raises money to pay off school lunch debt

Laura Sampson started a GoFundMe page to help school in the Mat-Su chips away at thousands of dollars in debt.

Heather Hintze
Palmer students celebrate Alaska Arbor Day

Palmer students celebrate Alaska Arbor Day

MEA hosted a small gathering to hand out saplings and teach students about how trees can impact utilities.

Heather Hintze
Corps corrects end date for Pebble project comment period

Corps corrects end date for Pebble project comment period

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has corrected the closing date for the extended comment period for a draft environmental review of a proposed copper and gold mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay region.

Associated Press
APD: Juvenile arrested after setting Turnagain Elementary playground on fire

APD: Juvenile arrested after setting Turnagain Elementary playground on fire

A juvenile male has been arrested after Anchorage police say he set a piece of the Turnagain Elementary School's playground equipment on fire.

Elizabeth Roman
Summer of Heroes programs seeks youth nominations

Summer of Heroes programs seeks youth nominations

Young people around Alaska are doing incredible things in their communities, and a program called Summer of Heroes wants to hear about it.

Liz Raines
Coast Guard honors Kotzebue man who saved friend from drowning more than 20 years ago

Coast Guard honors Kotzebue man who saved friend from drowning more than 20 years ago

George Lambert received Silver Lifesaving Medal for 1998 rescue of Pamela Smith.

Dave Leval
Police identify woman found dead in trailer home on Brayton Drive

Police identify woman found dead in trailer home on Brayton Drive

Police are investigating the death of a woman at a trailer home on the 9400-block of Brayton Drive.

Shayne Nuesca
Alaska ferry service may have to pay armed Canadian police

Alaska ferry service may have to pay armed Canadian police

Alaska will pay armed Canadian police to provide protection to U.S. personnel at a ferry terminal in British Columbia.

Associated Press
Law enforcement, community members run in support of Special Olympics Alaska

Law enforcement, community members run in support of Special Olympics Alaska

Hundreds of runners across the state united to support Special Olympics Alaska over the weekend — most of them members of law enforcement.

Dave Leval
Alaska's fledgling commercial seaweed industry growing

Alaska's fledgling commercial seaweed industry growing

Alaska's fledgling commercial seaweed industry is growing, with producers excited about this year's harvest.

Associated Press
Federal money announced to fight Alaska spruce bark beetles

Federal money announced to fight Alaska spruce bark beetles

The U.S. Forest Service is providing funds to the state to help address an accelerating spread of spruce bark beetles.

Associated Press
Bridge cleanup aims to beautify Matanuska River banks

Bridge cleanup aims to beautify Matanuska River banks

The people of Palmer are teaming up to clean up trash and cover up graffiti at the Matanuska River Bridge. The public is invited to help in the efforts Sunday, starting at 2 p.m.

Heather Hintze
Construction means longer lines, improved security at JBER

Construction means longer lines, improved security at JBER

Traffic at JBER entrances will shift throughout the summer as a project to install security devices gets underway.

Dave Leval
King salmon are in at Ship Creek

King salmon are in at Ship Creek

King salmon start running up Ship Creek, which his certainly a sign of summer eager anglers hoping to land a big catch.

Shannon Ballard
Drying out for the weekend with mild temperatures

Drying out for the weekend with mild temperatures

Rain showers taper off Friday, with pleasant weather to start the weekend.

Aaron Morrison
‘We want people to be safe’: APD launches annual seat belt campaign

‘We want people to be safe’: APD launches annual seat belt campaign

Anchorage drivers and passengers who don’t strap in may soon find themselves strapped for cash, as police launch an effort to enforce seat belt usage by issuing costly citations.

Chris Klint
Man attacked by moose in Eagle River subdivision

Man attacked by moose in Eagle River subdivision

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is posting signs in an Eagle River subdivision warning residents about a moose attack that happened Friday afternoon.

KTVA Web Staff
'Who steals from the sick and the poor and the dying?': Woman pleads guilty in fraud scheme

'Who steals from the sick and the poor and the dying?': Woman pleads guilty in fraud scheme

While her victims lived with HIV and depended on social security, Paige Bohall enjoyed a lavish lifestyle. She's now pleaded guilty after embezzling more than $105,000.

Daniella Rivera
Dashcam captures lightning striking airplane

Dashcam captures lightning striking airplane

Corey Crow was returning home from a Ship Creek fishing trip about 8 p.m. Thursday waiting for a red light at the intersection of Fireweed Lane and C Street, when his dashcam captured lightning striking a plane.

Angela Krenzien
Town Square Park plan to face final steps before approval

Town Square Park plan to face final steps before approval

A proposed master plan for downtown Anchorage’s Town Square Park, a focal point for the community once plagued by public safety concerns, is now available for public comment before local officials decide whether to implement it.

KTVA Web Staff
Update: One person in custody after SWAT responds to early morning standoff in Russian Jack

Update: One person in custody after SWAT responds to early morning standoff in Russian Jack

A SWAT team was on the scene of an early morning standoff after a man shot at police and refused to comply with police.

Jennifer Summers
Lawmaker says she won't hear Alaska abortion ban bill

Lawmaker says she won't hear Alaska abortion ban bill

A state House Health and Social Services Committee co-chair says she will not hear a bill that seeks to outlaw abortion in Alaska.

Associated Press
Despite recent rain, drought conditions persist

Despite recent rain, drought conditions persist

Rain returned to Southeast Alaska, but not enough to change ongoing drought conditions.

Jeremy LaGoo
Troopers arrest Fairbanks murder suspect

Troopers arrest Fairbanks murder suspect

After issuing a warrant for his arrest on Tuesday, Alaska State Troopers have arrested 25-year-old Patrick Marsh for the murder of 69-year-old Trisha Pearson, according to an online dispatch posted Friday.

Angela Krenzien
State seeks design input as KGB expansion project moves forward

State seeks design input as KGB expansion project moves forward

Construction work to expand Knik-Goose Bay Road isn't expected to start until at least 2021, but DOTPF traffic engineers want feedback on the plans.

Heather Hintze
Queen Elizabeth sails into Anchorage on maiden voyage to Alaska

Queen Elizabeth sails into Anchorage on maiden voyage to Alaska

The British luxury liner will be a part of bringing an estimated 1.36 million cruise passengers to Alaska this year.

Dave Leval
Students absorb Alaska Native traditions during Culture Week

Students absorb Alaska Native traditions during Culture Week

Culture Week at Alaska Native Cultural Charter School allows students to focus on traditional Native projects as the end of the school year draws closer.

Scott Gross
Judicial Council nominates 2 to replace Justin Schneider's judge

Judicial Council nominates 2 to replace Justin Schneider's judge

Six people applied for Judge Michael Corey's seat, two will move on to be considered by the governor.

Lauren Maxwell
Hitting the road for Anchorage Bike to Work Day

Hitting the road for Anchorage Bike to Work Day

At least 2,000 people are expected to take part in Anchorage Bike to Work Day on Friday.

Lauren Maxwell
David Yesner, University of Alaska & Board of Regents sued over sexual misconduct

David Yesner, University of Alaska & Board of Regents sued over sexual misconduct

The lawsuit comes less than two months after KTVA's original reporting of a Title IX Investigation into sexual discrimination and sexual harassment by Dr. David Yesner that found accusations from nine women all credible. 

Daniella Rivera
Reality vs. perception: Anchorage's online map shows what crime looks like across the municipality

Reality vs. perception: Anchorage's online map shows what crime looks like across the municipality

An Anchorage chiropractor's downtown business suffered pain of a different sort last month, after a gunshot shattered two windows causing $1,300 in damage.

Joe Vigil
Alaska Tilth program gets fresh produce to Mat-Su families in need

Alaska Tilth program gets fresh produce to Mat-Su families in need

Staff from Alaska Pacific University and the UAF Cooperative Extension team up to distribute thousands of pounds of Alaska grown food to organizations in the Mat-Su.

Heather Hintze
Seafood mislabeling becomes target of online NOAA tool

Seafood mislabeling becomes target of online NOAA tool

Federal authorities are hoping that an online assessment system can help the seafood industry crack down on the mislabeling of fish, which Alaska’s lawmakers have cited as a concern for fishermen on the Last Frontier as well.

KTVA Web Staff
Transformed Treasures auction celebrates Salvation Army's service in Alaska

Transformed Treasures auction celebrates Salvation Army's service in Alaska

In celebration of National Salvation Army week, the Alaska division is holding its 12th annual "Transformed Treasures" art auction this Saturday to raise funds for local programs.

Liz Raines
FAA awards $26.6M in Anchorage, Soldotna airport grants

FAA awards $26.6M in Anchorage, Soldotna airport grants

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao’s office announced the $26.6 million in Alaska grants Wednesday, as part of $779 million in supplemental funding nationwide.

KTVA Web Staff
Two more acts announced for Alaska State Fair

Two more acts announced for Alaska State Fair

California-based band Slightly Stoopid and comedian Jeff Foxworthy will perform at the state fair.

Shayne Nuesca
Accident or abuse: Man charged in child's death receives reduced bail

Accident or abuse: Man charged in child's death receives reduced bail

An Anchorage man accused in the death of his significant other's child is set to receive a reduction in bail. 

Daniella Rivera
Anchorage begins homeless camp cleanup

Anchorage begins homeless camp cleanup

Anchorage has a bigger budget to clean up homeless camps this summer, which means more people have been hired to do it.

Lauren Maxwell
Anchorage students dig into spring gardening projects

Anchorage students dig into spring gardening projects

Students across Anchorage take a hands-on approach to gardening in an effort to learn where food comes from, how to eat healthy and to help the community.

Scott Gross
Second whale in 2 weeks dies in Turnagain Arm

Second whale in 2 weeks dies in Turnagain Arm

The latest carcass, a gray whale, was spotted drifting a couple hundred yards offshore from the Placer and Twentymile rivers.

Dave Goldman
Anchorage man who posted racially motivated tweets faces federal weapons charges

Anchorage man who posted racially motivated tweets faces federal weapons charges

An anonymous tip alerted the FBI that Michael Graves posted racially motivated extremist views on social media. Authorities then found Graves ordered a device that could convert a handgun to a machinegun.

Joe Vigil
Lawsuit over Nighswonger abuse amended to name principal, include additional alleged victims

Lawsuit over Nighswonger abuse amended to name principal, include additional alleged victims

A civil lawsuit filed against the Mat-Su Borough School District over alleged abuse by former teacher Lukis Nighswonger has been amended to include a former principal as a defendant, and claims by an additional two alleged victims. 

Daniella Rivera
Workforce Wednesday: Car-sharing app paves way for debate in Alaska Legislature

Workforce Wednesday: Car-sharing app paves way for debate in Alaska Legislature

Turo is an app-based platform that connects vehicle owners with people who may want to use them for a fee.

Liz Raines
APD identifies man killed in Midtown hit-and-run

APD identifies man killed in Midtown hit-and-run

Anchorage police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run in Midtown.

Elizabeth Roman
Police seek help locating man who escaped Cordova Center

Police seek help locating man who escaped Cordova Center

A felony arrest warrant has been issued for Ned Weber, Jr. who climbed over the fence at Cordova Center and never returned. Webster was most recently convicted for resisting arrest and vehicle tampering.

Shayne Nuesca
Anchorage police investigating shooting that left 2 injured

Anchorage police investigating shooting that left 2 injured

Anchorage police are investigating a shooting that left two people injured Wednesday morning.

Elizabeth Roman
Service High graduates wear cultural, tribal regalia as they walk

Service High graduates wear cultural, tribal regalia as they walk

Dozens of students took advantage of new ASD policy that allows students to showcase tribal and cultural regalia at their high-school graduations.

Scott Gross
Sentencing begins for woman convicted of starving, abusing adopted daughters

Sentencing begins for woman convicted of starving, abusing adopted daughters

Sentencing began Tuesday for a woman convicted of starving and abusing three of her four former adopted daughters.

Daniella Rivera
Found a used syringe? Here's how to dispose of it safely.

Found a used syringe? Here's how to dispose of it safely.

State health officials say you should never pick up a dirty needle with bare hands. It's important to have a barrier between the syringe and your skin.

Lauren Maxwell
Child struck, injured near Creekside Park Elementary

Child struck, injured near Creekside Park Elementary

A child was hit by a vehicle Tuesday afternoon near a school in Muldoon according to Anchorage police, who say the child was hospitalized with injuries.

Chris Klint
Utilities, Anchorage groups line up to weigh in on ML&P sale

Utilities, Anchorage groups line up to weigh in on ML&P sale

Several parties with concerns regarding Chugach Electric’s pending $1 billion purchase of Municipal Light & Power will be allowed to voice their concerns in the matter, as state regulators continue to examine the proposed deal.

KTVA Web Staff
Travel Tuesday: A 'totally lost' Asian duck makes water landing in Anchorage

Travel Tuesday: A 'totally lost' Asian duck makes water landing in Anchorage

As of Tuesday morning, the falcated duck was nowhere to be found, but the novelty hasn't worn off as many wonder: How did it end up here?

Liz Raines
‘We won’t stand for this’: Spenard stores rally after weekend thefts

‘We won’t stand for this’: Spenard stores rally after weekend thefts

A frequent thief accused of taking jewelry from a store along Northern Lights Boulevard has galvanized store owners in Spenard, who say he stole from several businesses in the area last weekend.

Chris Klint
Newly found quake damage could keep Eagle River library closed

Newly found quake damage could keep Eagle River library closed

Nov. 30 quake damage to the Eagle River Town Center, discovered last week, may close parts of the building for two weeks or longer.

Scott Gross
Man re-indicted in child's 2017 malnutrition death

Man re-indicted in child's 2017 malnutrition death

A mother's former live-in boyfriend is indicted in the death of her toddler again, after an Anchorage judge previously dismissed the case against him.

Daniella Rivera
Anchorage woman named NHL’s Most Valuable Hockey Mom

Anchorage woman named NHL’s Most Valuable Hockey Mom

Longtime Alaska Oilers manager Autumn Makar is the NHL’s first Most Valuable Hockey Mom.

KTVA Web Staff
Barefoot Mile: Hundreds walk in solidarity with human trafficking victims

Barefoot Mile: Hundreds walk in solidarity with human trafficking victims

Alaska Barefoot Mile has raised more than $600,000 in its three-year history to combat human trafficking in the state.

Dave Leval
Worked 2 Alaska jobs last year? You might be owed a tax refund

Worked 2 Alaska jobs last year? You might be owed a tax refund

If you worked for two or more employers in Alaska last year, state officials say you may be entitled to a tax refund – if you apply for it this year.

Chris Klint
Construction on trail near Westchester Lagoon bridge nears completion

Construction on trail near Westchester Lagoon bridge nears completion

The bridge at the south end of Westchester Lagoon will be closed on and off for the next two weeks.
Crews plan to open it temporarily for Bike to Work Day on Friday.

Lauren Maxwell
Head of the Class: Government Hill's Liranzo offers worldly perspective

Head of the Class: Government Hill's Liranzo offers worldly perspective

Ernestina Liranzo, a 5th grade teacher at Government Hill Elementary, is KTVA's Head of the Class.

John Thompson
Grad Chalk event celebrates Anchorage grads

Grad Chalk event celebrates Anchorage grads

Thousands of Anchorage high schoolers will be greeted with words of encouragement at graduation ceremonies this week, as part of United Way of Anchorage's annual 'Chalk the Walk' campaign. Dozens gathered early Monday morning to decorate the walkway outsi

Liz Raines
People Mover passengers want smoother, safer ride

People Mover passengers want smoother, safer ride

One passenger says she has been harassed and attacked while waiting for buses in Anchorage.

Dave Leval
US forces come together in Alaska for Northern Edge 2019

US forces come together in Alaska for Northern Edge 2019

Close to 100,000 troops will take part in the military training exercise.

Dave Leval
Legislature heading into the home stretch toward Wednesday adjournment

Legislature heading into the home stretch toward Wednesday adjournment

Lawmakers still working on budgets, crime bills and resolving the Permanent Fund dividend payout.

Steve Quinn
Man, 2 pets die in Anchorage motor home fire

Man, 2 pets die in Anchorage motor home fire

The man's identity will be released once the state's medical examiner has finished his investigation. 

Elizabeth Roman
Dissent within Alaska agency over chemical classification

Dissent within Alaska agency over chemical classification

A decision by the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation to redefine levels of certain chemicals considered safe in drinking water has caused dissent within the agency.

Associated Press
Police Memorial Day honors Alaska law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty

Police Memorial Day honors Alaska law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty

Alaska Police Memorial Day remembers the law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty as they served the people of Alaska.

Dave Leval
Auction featuring stolen bicycles raises money for Anchorage YMCA

Auction featuring stolen bicycles raises money for Anchorage YMCA

The bikes, all of which had been previously stolen, are sold to raise money for the YMCA's youth programs.

Dave Leval
AST: Palmer student arrested for school threat

AST: Palmer student arrested for school threat

A Palmer middle school student has been arrested and is facing numerous felony charges for a school threat.

Bryan Dunagan
Update: Troopers find missing Missouri man in good condition

Update: Troopers find missing Missouri man in good condition

Alaska State Troopers have found hiker Logan Holmer who went missing on Far Mountain Trail. Troopers say he is in good condition.

Shayne Nuesca
Inside Spring Creek Correctional Center's H Mod, the site of the largest riot in the facility's history

Inside Spring Creek Correctional Center's H Mod, the site of the largest riot in the facility's history

The air inside the 32-cell block known as 'Hotel Mod' still burns the eyes, nose and throat — it's lingering gas used to quell the largest riot in the facility's history.

Daniella Rivera
Eagle River Town Center closed due to Nov. 30 quake damage

Eagle River Town Center closed due to Nov. 30 quake damage

The Eagle River Town Center building has been closed by municipal authorities, due to newly discovered damage from Southcentral Alaska’s Nov. 30 earthquake.

Chris Klint
Greens for green: Plant sale funds Palmer future farmers agriculture program

Greens for green: Plant sale funds Palmer future farmers agriculture program

The plant sale continues Saturday at the FFA greenhouse near Palmer High School.

Heather Hintze
Wasilla pool reopens after year-long renovation project

Wasilla pool reopens after year-long renovation project

Palmer's pool will close in two weeks for its own year-long renovation to upgrade the facility.

Heather Hintze
Almost a bomb cyclone — powerful storm hits Southcentral

Almost a bomb cyclone — powerful storm hits Southcentral

The storm bringing strong winds to Southcentral Friday strengthened fast enough to almost be considered a bomb cyclone.

Jeremy LaGoo
Bail decision deferred for man accused of killing Anchorage child

Bail decision deferred for man accused of killing Anchorage child

Richard Aaron Vickery, 32, faces charges including second-degree murder in 6-year-old Weston Noe’s June 2018 death, after he was reported choking at a Taku Drive home.

Chris Klint
Instructions to probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes still in effect, DOC says

Instructions to probation, parole officers to ignore new crimes still in effect, DOC says

Absent action from another agency, probation and parole officers are essentially expected to look the other way when a person they're supervising violates conditions of release by committing a new crime. 

Daniella Rivera
Falcated duck could find its flock at Potter Marsh

Falcated duck could find its flock at Potter Marsh

Fish and Game officials say the falcated duck at Potter Marsh could find a mate and stick around.

Joe Vigil
Community United recognizes African American students with college scholarships

Community United recognizes African American students with college scholarships

Community United is working to bridge the achievement gap for African American students in Alaska by offering college scholarships to hardworking high school students. 

Liz Raines
Crews close to fixing sewer pipe at drained Campbell Lake

Crews close to fixing sewer pipe at drained Campbell Lake

Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility crews are hoping to have Campbell Lake back to normal in less than a week, after partially draining it to repair a sewer pipe dislodged by the Nov. 30 earthquake.

Dave Goldman
Say cheese! Musk Ox Farm welcomes babies Gouda and Muenster

Say cheese! Musk Ox Farm welcomes babies Gouda and Muenster

Staffers from Wisconsin have been pushing for cheese-themed names.

Heather Hintze
Social media threat prompts added police presence at Palmer High

Social media threat prompts added police presence at Palmer High

Mat-Su School District staff say a Palmer High student received a message late Wednesday night that warned of a school shooting.

Heather Hintze
North Pole man sentenced to 90 years for killing 4-year-old

North Pole man sentenced to 90 years for killing 4-year-old

Christopher Sadowski, convicted of first-degree murder in the death of his 4-year-old son, has been sentenced to 90 years in prison.

Associated Press
Alaska Zoo hosts Bear Aware event

Alaska Zoo hosts Bear Aware event

The annual Bear Aware event is on Sunday at the Alaska Zoo. The interactive event will feature safety demonstrations — including how to properly use bear spray.

Liz Raines
Fish and Game kills 1st Anchorage bear in 2019

Fish and Game kills 1st Anchorage bear in 2019

Alaska Department of Fish and Game spokesman Ken Marsh said the brown bear, which was killed Monday in a South Anchorage neighborhood, had reportedly grown bolder in encounters with people.

Chris Klint
Court records reveal relationship between child homicide victim and suspect

Court records reveal relationship between child homicide victim and suspect

Divorce and civil court files reveal the identity of a boy who died in Anchorage last year, and his connection to the man charged in his death.

Daniella Rivera
Man charged in 6-year-old's death, raising 2018 homicide count to 29

Man charged in 6-year-old's death, raising 2018 homicide count to 29

A man indicted in the 2018 death of a child in Anchorage turned himself in Monday, according to Anchorage police.

Daniella Rivera
Bowman Elementary wins free coffee for above-and-beyond staff

Bowman Elementary wins free coffee for above-and-beyond staff

Staff, teachers and parents at Bowman Elementary School stood in the rain Wednesday as a local business thanked the everyday heroes among its faculty.

Scott Gross
Rare duck seen for first time on mainland Alaska, ADF&G says

Rare duck seen for first time on mainland Alaska, ADF&G says

Rare Asian duck visits Potter Marsh.

Joe Vigil
Houston plans first-ever community park

Houston plans first-ever community park

Bear Paw Park will take over a 36-acre wooded lot in the King Arthur neighborhood and includes trails, an inclusive playground and picnic shelters.

Heather Hintze
Murder suspect has history of violent crimes, court records show

Murder suspect has history of violent crimes, court records show

Court records show Adam Drew, 24, was already in jail on an assault charge for allegedly stabbing a homeowner he was trying to rob.

Heather Hintze
Third graders curiosity fuels Creeksonian Museum success

Third graders curiosity fuels Creeksonian Museum success

Every year at Creekside Park Elementary, students get the chance to be amateur curators for the Creeksonian Museum. The students research a topic and share their findings with schoolmates, their parents and the community.

Scott Gross
Workforce Wednesday: Alaska celebrates nurses week

Workforce Wednesday: Alaska celebrates nurses week

The Alaska Nurses Association (AaNA) is celebrating National Nurses Week with a series of events, including a fun run on Saturday.

Liz Raines
Napakiak deaths raise questions about rural fire protection

Napakiak deaths raise questions about rural fire protection

Rural Alaska doesn’t have a one-size-fits-all fire safety plan, and therein lies the challenge — with firefighting scenarios are as varied as the state’s geography.

Rhonda McBride
Allergy season: How weather impacts your symptoms

Allergy season: How weather impacts your symptoms

Weather affects the amount of allergens that make it into the air. Each season has a different set of ideal conditions to minimize the impact on allergy sufferers.

Jeremy LaGoo
Anchorage Assembly passes amended trapping ordinance

Anchorage Assembly passes amended trapping ordinance

The Anchorage Assembly on Tuesday passed a revised version of an ordinance that changes areas where trapping is allowed in the municipality, creating "buffer zones" near trails in hopes of keeping hikers and pets safe from unmarked traps.

Cassie Schirm
Bail kept at $150K for Mat-Su man charged with sexually abusing foster child

Bail kept at $150K for Mat-Su man charged with sexually abusing foster child

At a bail hearing Judge Jonathan Woodman denied the request for Michael Felch's bail to be reduced to $20,000.

Heather Hintze
Anchorage Assembly to hear new rules for cannabis cafes

Anchorage Assembly to hear new rules for cannabis cafes

Onsite consumption of marijuana in Anchorage is now in the hands of the Anchorage Assembly.

Shannon Ballard

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