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Crime bill moves to governor

The Alaska Legislature has passed a sweeping crime bill.

Rescue copter blows deflating raft ashore

Rescue copter blows deflating raft ashore

The Air Force, Coast Guard and Alaska State Troopers have worked together to rescue a man who found himself on a deflating raft in Cook Inlet near Anchorage.

Nenana Ice Classic clock ticking down to breakup

Nenana Ice Classic clock ticking down to breakup

Organizers of the Nenana Ice Classic hooked up the clock Monday that will determine this year’s winner in Alaska’s largest guessing game.

Anchorage airport police lose track of explosive

Anchorage airport police lose track of explosive

Police at the Anchorage airport lost track of a small quantity of explosives used for training bomb-sniffing dogs.

Dog ticks a growing concern in Alaska

Dog ticks a growing concern in Alaska

Many people think ticks can’t live in Alaska but a state veterinarian says that’s not the case.

Alleged fugitive DeTemple apprehended

Nicholas DeTemple was picked up Saturday evening on Taku Blvd.

Joe Miller kicks off campaign in Wasilla

Joe Miller kicks off campaign in Wasilla

U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller kicked off his campaign last night in Wasilla before a few hundred cheering supporters.

Video: Coast Guard rescues 3 from ship south of Kodiak

Video: Coast Guard rescues 3 from ship south of Kodiak

The Coast Guard has hoisted three injured crewmen from a Liberian-flagged ship about 200 miles south of Kodiak.

Kodiak police say drug bust was biggest ever

Kodiak police say a weekend drug bust — with a street value of nearly $2.2 million — was the biggest ever in department history.

Coast Guard investigates grounding of fishing boat

Two crewmembers from a fishing vessel were able to walk from their grounded vessel to a waiting Coast Guard helicopter for rescue.