The two people that perished last month in a Ketchikan house fire have been identified by the lone survivor. A memorial service is planned for the two victims later this week.
The stoves weigh between 50 and 90 pounds, and they’re not something you can just run in and grab. Grant Fairbanks, another Toyo stove dealer and mechanic in Bethel, said that it takes at least 15 minutes to detach one from the wall without damaging it.
“There are going to be 200-300 people coming into this building. They’re concerned about what’s going to happen and concerned about putting themselves in jeopardy,” said Kodiak Senator Gary Steven
Research shows that it wasn’t mainly beginning or intermediate backcountry users who triggered avalanches during the pandemic.
An elderly woman has died of her injuries after a driver hit her with his truck in a crosswalk in Ketchikan on New Year’s Eve. Family members and city officials say they’re frustrated over what they see as a preventable death.
Wrangell Police Chief Tom Radke says the unidentified man drove his Ford pickup past a barrier of boulders and down into the water, completely submerging the vehicle.
Frustrated advocates and families point to overcrowding in prisons, inconsistent precautions and a general lack of transparency from the Department of Corrections.
ACLU senior counsel Susan Orlansky says the justices’ decision outlines how the state’s regulations potentially fall afoul of the U.S. Constitution on free speech and due process grounds.
Many wondered aloud on social media why the D.C. rioters were treated differently than those who protested for racial justice in 2020.
For some of the young Tuluksak volunteers, this is their first time looking for a missing body.