DHSS reinstates Medicaid dental program to comply with federal law

DHSS reinstates Medicaid dental program to comply with federal law

Because of federal regulations, the state of Alaska is reinstituting the Adult Enhanced Dental Program and retroactively covering procedures, the Department of Health and Social Services said in a news release Friday.

Angela Krenzien
Cynthia Hoffman’s family discusses murder case on Dr. Phil

Cynthia Hoffman’s family discusses murder case on Dr. Phil

The episode showed Timothy as he journeyed to the location where 19-year-old Cynthia Hoffman was murdered on June 2, 2019, allegedly at the hands of two teenagers – one of them, her “best friend.”

Daniella Rivera
ASD pilot program promotes longer recess and lunch times

ASD pilot program promotes longer recess and lunch times

New wellness inititive pilot program offers more recess and lunch time for Anchorage School District students.

Scott Gross
Anchorage police academy grad reflects on what motivated her to serve

Anchorage police academy grad reflects on what motivated her to serve

New Anchorage police recruit Tristian Monterastelli discusses her passion to serve the public.

Joe Vigil
Anchorage Assembly OKs pot shop to open near downtown soup kitchen

Anchorage Assembly OKs pot shop to open near downtown soup kitchen

The Anchorage Assembly approved the marijuana business license for AlaskaSense LLC to open a store near a soup kitchen downtown.

Megan Mazurek
2020 Alaska Sports Hall of Fame inductees announced

2020 Alaska Sports Hall of Fame inductees announced

Alaskans Marcie Trent and pro hocky player Matt Carle headline the 2020 Inductions.

Bryan Dunagan
Detectives searching for person of interest connected to Sitka Street homicide case

Detectives searching for person of interest connected to Sitka Street homicide case

Anchorage police are asking for the public's help finding a person of interest in a stolen vehicle investigation that's linked to a homicide case where a woman was found dead inside of a stolen car.

Elizabeth Roman
FBI: Anchorage police arrest suspect in Alaska USA robbery

FBI: Anchorage police arrest suspect in Alaska USA robbery

The FBI is investigating the Friday morning robbery of an Alaska USA Federal Credit Union.

Elizabeth Roman
Nikiski man dies in crash on Kenai Spur Highway

Nikiski man dies in crash on Kenai Spur Highway

A 25-year-old Nikiski man died and another individual sustained life-threatening injuries in a collision on the Kenai Spur Highway.

Associated Press
Lawsuit accuses former ConocoPhillips employee, APD officer of $7.3M fraud scheme

Lawsuit accuses former ConocoPhillips employee, APD officer of $7.3M fraud scheme

In a federal lawsuit, ConocoPhillips says Forrest Wright and APD officer Nathan Keays organized a scheme to defraud the company throughout the year.

Steve Quinn
Sammye Seawell, founder of Alaska Zoo, dies

Sammye Seawell, founder of Alaska Zoo, dies

It started with a baby elephant named Annabelle who needed a new pace to live.

Lauren Maxwell
ACLU suit against Dunleavy over abortion veto can move forward, judge says

ACLU suit against Dunleavy over abortion veto can move forward, judge says

A lawsuit against Gov. Mike Dunleavy over a veto he made to the Alaska Court System will be allowed to move forward.

Angela Krenzien
Explicit text messages show Bethel elementary school principal targeted multiple teens

Explicit text messages show Bethel elementary school principal targeted multiple teens

Christopher Carmichael, the principal at Gladys Jung Elementary School, faces a minimum of 10 years to life in prison for his most serious alleged crimes.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage police name Black Angus Inn homicide suspect

Anchorage police name Black Angus Inn homicide suspect

Anchorage police have identified a man they say is a suspect in last week's homicide at the Black Angus Inn.

Elizabeth Roman
Anchorage's Alaska Native Medical Center honored with prestigious distinction

Anchorage's Alaska Native Medical Center honored with prestigious distinction

Alaska Native Medical Center sits among some of the nation's top institutions on a list for surgical care outcomes.

Dave Goldman
Aleutian volcano erupts sending ash 25,000 feet

Aleutian volcano erupts sending ash 25,000 feet

Mount Shishaldin, one of the most active volcanoes in the Aleutian volcanic arc erupted early Thursday morning.

Aaron Morrison
'I would never kill someone': Grunwald murder suspect Austin Barrett interview played in court

'I would never kill someone': Grunwald murder suspect Austin Barrett interview played in court

For the first time, murder suspect Austin Barrett's interview with troopers was made public as the District Attorney played it in open court during an evidentiary hearing in Palmer Thursday. 

Daniella Rivera
DOT: Car struck boulder that fell onto Seward Highway

DOT: Car struck boulder that fell onto Seward Highway

A rock the size of a small car tumbled from the cliffs above and onto the Seward Highway Wednesday night.

Lauren Maxwell
Opinion: Do you know who your child is talking to online? I didn't

Opinion: Do you know who your child is talking to online? I didn't

Video games and online chats are "hunting grounds" for sexual predators.

Scott Gross
Report: Pilot in fatal Goat Mountain crash tested positive for high alcohol content

Report: Pilot in fatal Goat Mountain crash tested positive for high alcohol content

The Aug. 4 crash north of Girdwood Airport took the lives of four men, including three Girdwood residents.

Steve Quinn
Anchorage police find 1 of 2 people connected to Black Angus Inn homicide

Anchorage police find 1 of 2 people connected to Black Angus Inn homicide

Police need the public's help to find and identify a person who might have information in a recent homicide case.

KTVA Web Staff
Opposition mounting as Dunleavy administration plans to ship inmates to private, Outside prisons

Opposition mounting as Dunleavy administration plans to ship inmates to private, Outside prisons

Public comments during a House State Affairs Committee hearing on Wednesday regarding the Dunleavy administration's plan to ship incarcerated Alaskans out of state to serve time in private prisons were overwhelmingly negative.

Daniella Rivera
Young Alaskans star in Anchorage International Film Festival

Young Alaskans star in Anchorage International Film Festival

Filmmakers from around Alaska are in town this week for Anchorage's International Film Festival. A group of young Alaskans are debuting their work on the big screen Friday, with an event called After School Special.

Liz Raines
APD: 1 injured in shooting near North Pine Street

APD: 1 injured in shooting near North Pine Street

A woman was injured after being shot near North Pine Street in Anchorage on Wednesday.

Elizabeth Roman
Dunleavy: Budget will rely on Constitutional Budget Reserve

Dunleavy: Budget will rely on Constitutional Budget Reserve

Dunleavy also wants the Legislature to revisit his constitutional amendments to cap spending and enshrine the PFD.

Steve Quinn
Couple opens Cassie's Place coffee shop inside Arc of Anchorage

Couple opens Cassie's Place coffee shop inside Arc of Anchorage

Kim Fitzgerald said her daughter Cassie worked at the coffee shop for 12 years before it shut down. Buying it themselves seemed like the best way to get the shop running again.

Lauren Maxwell
Teacher contract negotiations stall in the Mat-Su

Teacher contract negotiations stall in the Mat-Su

Mat-Su school district doesn't budge on their stance in teacher contract negotiations after nine hours in mediation.

Scott Gross
NTSB report: 2 companies declined flight requests before fatal medevac plane crash

NTSB report: 2 companies declined flight requests before fatal medevac plane crash

The preliminary accident report states the airplane flew into the side of a mountain about 15 miles west of Cooper Landing then caught fire after impact.

KTVA Web Staff
Dunleavy outlines budget that would rely on savings

Dunleavy outlines budget that would rely on savings

Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy has proposed a state budget that would rely heavily on savings.

Associated Press
State sues Alaska Motor Home, Inc. for unfair business practices

State sues Alaska Motor Home, Inc. for unfair business practices

The state's Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against the recreational vehicle rental company Alaska Motor Home, Inc.

Jennifer Summers
Anchorage man indicted for murder of wife and daughter

Anchorage man indicted for murder of wife and daughter

A jury has indicted 34-year-old Tylan Fely for the murders of his wife and 13-year-old daughter who were found in a vehicle fire in late November.

Shayne Nuesca
Homer roads suffer damage in storm

Homer roads suffer damage in storm

By late Tuesday all Homer roads had re-opened with the exception of Anchor Point Beach Road.

Lauren Maxwell
When is a good time to start taking your kids to the dentist?

When is a good time to start taking your kids to the dentist?

On average, first baby teeth appear at six months. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry says children should have their first dental visit by age one.

Dave Goldman
ASAA votes to change controversial swimsuit rule

ASAA votes to change controversial swimsuit rule

The board of directors for the Alaska School Activities Association voted to remove stipulations regarding swim uniforms that included penalties for suits that were deemed by officials to be "not of decent appearance." 

KTVA Web Staff
Anchorage Police Department to unblock 26 Twitter users

Anchorage Police Department to unblock 26 Twitter users

The Anchorage Police Department is in the process of unblocking several Twitter users in response to an inquiry from KTVA.

Daniella Rivera
It's the season of giving across Southcentral Alaska

It's the season of giving across Southcentral Alaska

Someone donated the coin over the weekend at Wasilla Three Bears Alaska store. Coin is said to be worth $1,500.

Dave Leval, KTVA Web Staff & Lauren Maxwell
State postponing $7.5 million reduction to adult assistance program

State postponing $7.5 million reduction to adult assistance program

Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration says it's working to reconcile state and federal regulations.

Steve Quinn
Alaska Native groups say Trump task force lacks tribal representation

Alaska Native groups say Trump task force lacks tribal representation

President Donald Trump created a task force to develop national protocols for data collection and case review of missing and murdered Indigenous peoples. But, some advocates are cautiously optimistic. 

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Job opportunities in the travel industry

Travel Tuesday: Job opportunities in the travel industry

According to Visit Anchorage, one in nine jobs in Anchorage is travel industry related. On this Travel Tuesday, we discuss some of the benefits of working in travel and leisure and impact on the local economy.

John Thompson
Wasilla attempted murder suspect curses, flips off judge during arraignment

Wasilla attempted murder suspect curses, flips off judge during arraignment

A man facing several felony charges — including attempted murder — laughed, cursed at a judge and flashed an apparent gang sign during his arraignment Monday in Palmer.

Daniella Rivera
Map: Holiday lights around Anchorage and the Mat-Su

Map: Holiday lights around Anchorage and the Mat-Su

Looking for holiday light displays? Here's a map of festive decorations this holiday season in Anchorage and the Mat-Su.

KTVA Web Staff
Windy weather causes power outages across Southcentral Alaska

Windy weather causes power outages across Southcentral Alaska

Weather conditions have caused power outages Monday in Southcentral Alaska.

KTVA Web Staff
Alaska Air offers annual ugly holiday sweater special

Alaska Air offers annual ugly holiday sweater special

Alaska Airlines offers priority boarding to people wearing holiday-themed sweaters during National Ugly Sweater Day on Dec. 20.

Jennifer Summers
A Community Divided: Money, safety have people on different sides of Chugiak, Eagle River school discussion

A Community Divided: Money, safety have people on different sides of Chugiak, Eagle River school discussion

Hundreds turn out to Chugiak town hall meeting to discuss the future of area schools.

Scott Gross
Troopers: 1 man dead in Knik-Goose Bay crash

Troopers: 1 man dead in Knik-Goose Bay crash

Troopers say the driver of the Chevrolet truck, 66-year-old William Arndt, was transported to Mat-Su Regional Hospital and declared dead by hospital staff.

Shayne Nuesca
APD investigating shooting in Russian Jack Park neighborhood

APD investigating shooting in Russian Jack Park neighborhood

One person is in the hospital after being shot Monday evening in Anchorage.

KTVA Web Staff
Snowboarder caught in avalanche at Hatcher Pass

Snowboarder caught in avalanche at Hatcher Pass

A snowboarder was caught in an avalanche at Hatcher Pass Sunday. He was prepared with an ABS avalanche airbag, which he says saved his life.

Melissa Frey
Anchorage schools and campuses closed Monday

Anchorage schools and campuses closed Monday

The Anchorage School District has closed all schools Monday due to icy and deteriorating road conditions.

KTVA Web Staff & KTVA Weather Team
Inside the Gates: 176th Wing change of command has Alaska ties

Inside the Gates: 176th Wing change of command has Alaska ties

Service High School grad Col. Anthony Stratton becomes 176th Wing commander.

Scott Gross
State releases annual report on Alaska population, births, deaths and other stats

State releases annual report on Alaska population, births, deaths and other stats

The state has released its Alaska Vital Statistic 2018 Annual Report by the Department of Health and Social Services on births, deaths, marriage and adoptions in the state.

Jennifer Summers
Assembly members hosting town hall to discuss the future of Chugiak and Eagle River schools

Assembly members hosting town hall to discuss the future of Chugiak and Eagle River schools

Assembly members Crystal Kennedy and Fred Dyson will hold a town hall meeting on Monday evening to discuss the future of Eagle River and Chugiak schools.

Scott Gross
Icy roads and high wind Monday in Anchorage, Southcentral

Icy roads and high wind Monday in Anchorage, Southcentral

Icy roads Monday morning prompted school closures, by the afternoon the threat shifts to the wind as gusts in higher elevations reach hurricane-strength.

Jeremy LaGoo
Anchorage police investigating after woman's body found inside stolen car

Anchorage police investigating after woman's body found inside stolen car

Anchorage police are investigating after a woman's body was found inside a car that was parked on Sitka Street on Thursday.

Elizabeth Roman
Anchorage grand jury indicts man in Thanksgiving shooting

Anchorage grand jury indicts man in Thanksgiving shooting

State prosecutors say an Anchorage grand jury has indicted a 27-year-old man suspected of fatally shooting his sister on Thanksgiving Day.

Associated Press
Deserted 5-year-old takes toddler to neighbor in bitter cold

Deserted 5-year-old takes toddler to neighbor in bitter cold

The adult who left the children alone has been arrested on suspicion of endangering the welfare of a child.

Associated Press
Lyft: Anchorage driver permanently removed from app after alleged sexual assault of passenger

Lyft: Anchorage driver permanently removed from app after alleged sexual assault of passenger

An Anchorage driver has been permanently removed from Lyft's platform, according to the company, in response to a report of sexual assault. 

Daniella Rivera
Running for Hope: A running club for homeless women

Running for Hope: A running club for homeless women

The running club gives homeless women confidence to make other changes in their lives.

Lauren Maxwell
FBI: 2 arrested for armed robbery of Anchorage Wells Fargo

FBI: 2 arrested for armed robbery of Anchorage Wells Fargo

The FBI on Friday arrested two people they say robbed a Wells Fargo bank branch in Anchorage earlier this week.

Elizabeth Roman
Gov. Dunleavy to Elon Musk: Use Alaska resources for Tesla Cybertruck

Gov. Dunleavy to Elon Musk: Use Alaska resources for Tesla Cybertruck

Gov. Mike Dunleavy wants Tesla to take advantage of Alaska's resources when building its new Cybertruck. 

Angela Krenzien
AST: 3 injured, 3 charged with attempted murder in Wasilla

AST: 3 injured, 3 charged with attempted murder in Wasilla

Alaska State Troopers have charged three people with multiple crimes including attempted murder after three people were injured Thursday night.

Angela Krenzien
'The Whale and the Cupcake' documents Alaska's culinary, cultural connections

'The Whale and the Cupcake' documents Alaska's culinary, cultural connections

Alaska food journalist Julia O'Malley's new book documents how food evokes feelings of longing and cultural connections for people around the state.

Liz Raines
Medevac Alaska remembers crew members in fatal Security Aviation crash

Medevac Alaska remembers crew members in fatal Security Aviation crash

Two crew members with Medevac Alaska were aboard the plane that crashed and burned Friday near Cooper Landing, the air ambulance service confirmed Sunday afternoon.

Shayne Nuesca
Lessons Learned: Tsunami danger is real for coastal Alaska

Lessons Learned: Tsunami danger is real for coastal Alaska

Alaska is the most seismically active state in the U.S. each powerful rumble of the earth is a potential tsunami generating shake. Here are the tools to help keep you and your family safe.

Jeremy LaGoo
Lessons Learned: What the magnitude 7.1 taught scientists about intraslab earthquakes

Lessons Learned: What the magnitude 7.1 taught scientists about intraslab earthquakes

For some, last year's earthquake is already a distant memory. But for dozens of scientists across the globe, the work is just getting started learning new lessons from the 2018 magnitude 7.1 that shook Southcentral Alaska.

Melissa Frey
Lessons Learned: How a magnitude 7.1 collapsed roads across Southcentral

Lessons Learned: How a magnitude 7.1 collapsed roads across Southcentral

In just a matter of days, Alaska Department of Transportation transformed roads across Southcentral following the strong magnitude 7.1 earthquake on Nov. 30, 2018.

Aaron Morrison
Flu cases continue to climb in Alaska

Flu cases continue to climb in Alaska

Epidemiologist Louisa Castrodale said flu cases this year have been reported in every area of the state.

Lauren Maxwell
Judge denies bail reduction in sexual assault, abuse case with 13 victims

Judge denies bail reduction in sexual assault, abuse case with 13 victims

A man accused in a sexual assault and abuse case with more than a dozen victims is requesting a reduced bail. 

Daniella Rivera
Lessons Learned: 11,000 aftershocks and counting across Southcentral

Lessons Learned: 11,000 aftershocks and counting across Southcentral

More than 11,000 aftershocks have occurred near Anchorage following the M7.1 last November.

Aaron Morrison
Nearly 2 dozen ferry system employees to be laid off

Nearly 2 dozen ferry system employees to be laid off

About 24 employees of the Alaska Marine Highway System were told Thursday they will be laid off in January.

Jennifer Summers
Group aims to help McKinley Fire victims without insurance rebuild

Group aims to help McKinley Fire victims without insurance rebuild

Volunteers with the McKinley Fire Long Term Recovery Group want to have new homes constructed by the end of next summer.

Heather Hintze
2019 Anchorage homicides surpass 2018 count

2019 Anchorage homicides surpass 2018 count

In the final month of 2019, Anchorage's homicide count has risen above the number of homicides recorded by Anchorage Police for 2018, yet remains below the record set in 2017.

Daniella Rivera
Full interview: AWAIC on domestic violence in Alaska

Full interview: AWAIC on domestic violence in Alaska

Wednesday, December 4th 2019, 4:20 PM AKST by Joe Vigil
Police identify man shot, killed at Black Angus Inn

Police identify man shot, killed at Black Angus Inn

A man is dead after a shooting at Black Angus Inn Tuesday afternoon.

Elizabeth Roman
Palmer man pleads guilty to possessing child pornography

Palmer man pleads guilty to possessing child pornography

Michael John Clark Jr., 29, has reached an agreement with the state to plead guilty to one consolidated count of possession of child pornography.

Elizabeth Roman
Alaska man sentenced to serve 20 years for 2016 sexual assault

Alaska man sentenced to serve 20 years for 2016 sexual assault

Jessie Evan Sergie, 28, was sentenced to serve 20 years for sexually assaulting a woman at her home while she slept in October 2016.

Elizabeth Roman
Former patients testify against 'hoverboard' dentist in Medicaid fraud trial

Former patients testify against 'hoverboard' dentist in Medicaid fraud trial

Dr. Seth Lookhart is facing 42 charges, accused of Medicaid fraud and endangering his patients.

Daniella Rivera
Wasilla security camera catches rough doorstep delivery on camera

Wasilla security camera catches rough doorstep delivery on camera

A contract carrier for USPS was seen throwing a package onto a Wasilla home's porch. The agency apologized to the homeowner and said the issue has been addressed with the carrier.

Heather Hintze
Anchorage police searching for missing woman

Anchorage police searching for missing woman

Anchorage police are asking for the public's help finding a missing 20-year-old woman who was last seen around mid-November.

Elizabeth Roman
DOC: Man convicted of murder, kidnapping dies

DOC: Man convicted of murder, kidnapping dies

A man convicted of kidnapping and killing a Fairbanks high school student in 1987 has died.

Associated Press
Troopers: Wasilla couple wanted in mail theft scheme now in custody

Troopers: Wasilla couple wanted in mail theft scheme now in custody

Alaska State Troopers say Brittany and Jacob Melton forged stolen checks and made unauthorized purchases estimated at $30,094 in value.

Shayne Nuesca
Southeast Alaska teen hospitalized in state's first vaping-related illness, health department says

Southeast Alaska teen hospitalized in state's first vaping-related illness, health department says

According to DHSS, the teen reported regularly vaping nicotine and tetrahydrocannabinol — or THC — products that supposedly came from outside of Alaska.

Shayne Nuesca
Fuel theft highlights larger security problems at Big Lake Airport, pilot says

Fuel theft highlights larger security problems at Big Lake Airport, pilot says

Pilot John Humphries said his plane was one of five that had fuel stolen and were vandalized last week. He said the lack of fencing around the airport makes it a target for thieves.

Heather Hintze
Alaska redistricting planning committee set to begin meeting

Alaska redistricting planning committee set to begin meeting

Officials say redistricting involves redrawing Alaska’s legislative districts to align with figures from the federal census.

Associated Press
Nov. 30 earthquake: A day of destruction but also connection

Nov. 30 earthquake: A day of destruction but also connection

The sound and the fury of a magnitude 7.1 earthquake is what many Alaskans will remember — but also the many acts of kindness, big and small, that followed.

Rhonda McBride
Local businesses battle 'behemoth' Amazon on Cyber Monday

Local businesses battle 'behemoth' Amazon on Cyber Monday

Blains Art owner David Haag said business is slightly down this year, and online shopping is a reason.

Lauren Maxwell
'They didn't ask for this': Father accused of murdering wife, teenage daughter

'They didn't ask for this': Father accused of murdering wife, teenage daughter

An Anchorage man is accused of killing his wife and daughter after their bodies were found in a burning SUV Saturday night.

Daniella Rivera
58 mushers registered for 2020 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race

58 mushers registered for 2020 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race

It's official, at least 58 mushers and their dogs will be running the 2020 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race.

Jes Stugelmayer
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Lee Butterfield

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Lee Butterfield

Lee Butterfield teaches film at South Anchorage High School. Every Tuesday and Thursday, he helps students produce their own newscast called 'The Den.'

John Thompson
Man charged with murdering girlfriend in Palmer after a night of cocaine, heavy drinking

Man charged with murdering girlfriend in Palmer after a night of cocaine, heavy drinking

Palmer police said 35-year-old Martin Saccheus told them he strangled Mingnuna Miller because "she wouldn't quiet down and go to bed."

Heather Hintze
Minority spokesman: Gillis confirmed to Alaska House seat

Minority spokesman: Gillis confirmed to Alaska House seat

Gillis will replace Republican Josh Revak, who was confirmed recently to a Senate seat.

Associated Press
UPDATE: Missing Fairview 11-year-old found

UPDATE: Missing Fairview 11-year-old found

The Anchorage Police Department has located 11-year-old Terrance Peter.

Caleb Chandler
How to protect yourself against identity theft

How to protect yourself against identity theft

The IRS wants you to know how to keep your identity safe, so it is giving out tips during the 4th Annual National Tax Security Awareness Week December 2 - 6, 2019.

Jennifer Summers
'Wake-up Call': State emergency manager reflects on Nov. 30 earthquake

'Wake-up Call': State emergency manager reflects on Nov. 30 earthquake

Mike Sutton, the head of the Alaska Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, reflects on the Nov. 30 earthquake.

Rhonda McBride
Troopers name driver killed in Parks Highway crash

Troopers name driver killed in Parks Highway crash

One person is dead after a crash on the Parks Highway Sunday evening, according to Alaska State Troopers.

Shayne Nuesca
Kaladi Brothers to donate New Year's Day proceeds to Children's Lunchbox

Kaladi Brothers to donate New Year's Day proceeds to Children's Lunchbox

The Children's Lunchbox was chosen as the 2020 beneficiary for Kaladi's Dale Tran Day of giving.

Bryan Dunagan
Kenai Peninsula schools on 2-hour delayed start due to weather and roads

Kenai Peninsula schools on 2-hour delayed start due to weather and roads

Due to weather conditions, the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District said early Monday morning that schools will be on a two-hour delayed start.

Shayne Nuesca
How to be prepared for when the next disaster hits Alaska

How to be prepared for when the next disaster hits Alaska

Alaska Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management recommends you have at least seven days of supplies in case you remain home after a disaster.

Dave Leval
Earthquake-ready: Learning and preparation never stops for local hospitals

Earthquake-ready: Learning and preparation never stops for local hospitals

It's easy to assume hospitals will always be there for us when we need them, no matter what. But what about after a magnitude 7.1 earthquake?

Dave Goldman
Alaska Borough to offer community emergency training

Alaska Borough to offer community emergency training

The Kenai Peninsula Borough is planning to host the free seven-day training starting Dec. 2.

Associated Press
Police arrest suspect in SUV fire, 2 deaths in East Anchorage

Police arrest suspect in SUV fire, 2 deaths in East Anchorage

Two people were found dead in an SUV fire Saturday evening in East Anchorage, the Anchorage Police Department says.

Shayne Nuesca

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