Democrats Tom Begich and Ed Wesley are running to succeed Ellis. Republicans Wasilla Rep. Lynn Gattis and David Wilson are running for Huggins’ Senate seat.
“We do not want to impact anyone’s drinking water in any way,” said Larry Burgess, BlueCrest’s health, safety and environmental manager.
Anchorage police are investigating a Memorial Day shooting in Anchorage.
Stereotypes about Mexican immigrants in the United States abound, but everyone has a unique situation. This is the tale of one couple with two very different stories.
Attorneys for the two defendants in the Sockeye fire case have asked for more time from the court to prepare a case for trial.
The driver, identified by police as 38-year-old Joseph Martin, allegedly stole the front loader from a nearby construction site, according to police.
“We won’t countenance public servants violating their duties by trafficking in narcotics,” said U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler.
“I don’t see why the state would want to forward fund a festival built around consumption of alcohol,” said Jeff Jessee, CEO of the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority.
Desiree Hagen won an individual artist award from the Rasmuson Foundation, which she hopes to use on a community papermaking project that helps remove invasive plant species.
Former Anchorage resident and former municipal prosecutor Mark Avery was sentenced Monday to 160 months for the wire fraud and money laundering of about $52 million. This marks the largest wire fraud and money laundering conviction by amount ever prosecuted in Alaska. Avery was convicted of three counts of wire fraud, six counts of money…