Expert witnesses have described serious problems with the boat’s stability report.
Darcy Mallory woke up at about 4:30 a.m. to the sound of her partner shouting “Fire!” Her son, three dogs and a cat were all inside the burning house.
No one was hurt, but the fire completely razed the space. Investigators are still working out what caused it.
Survivors, advocates, and community members say the department is headed the right direction but has a long way to go to repair broken trust, especially among Alaska Natives.
A two-week federal inquiry into the fatal sinking of the F/V Scandies Rose — lost on New Year’s Eve 2019 west of Kodiak Island — will open on Monday in Seattle.
A final report released Jan. 28 by the National Transportation Safety Board says there isn’t enough evidence to explain how or why the plane crashed.
The combination of high snow loads and high winds over the last few days puts a lot of pressure on previous weak layers of snow.
The decision stems from a lawsuit the Alaska Legislative Council filed against Dunleavy, saying that he didn’t have the power to keep 94 appointees after a Dec. 15 deadline passed without the Legislature meeting to confirm them.
The Kodiak man killed while trying to pilot his small plane from Ketchikan to the Lower 48 apparently ran out of fuel a few miles from an airport.
The Coast Guard’s water delivery helped relieve pressure on the town’s water system so they could get it back up and running.