It took dozens of rescuers several hours to retrieve a skier who broke his leg after venturing beyond the Eaglecrest Ski Area with two friends on Saturday.
Nineteen-year-old Jamison Gallion admitted to setting fire to seven properties, including two structures with people inside.
The shortage has already caused public defenders to begin refusing cases in Nome and Bethel.
Juneau’s Firefighter of the Year Ella Piatt talks about how she initially became involved in this often dangerous, always meaningful work and shares some words of wisdom for future firefighters.
If a bilingual person is CPR-certified, they can help others who don’t speak English while waiting for first responders in an emergency.
Commissioner Jen Winkelman told lawmakers that the Department of Corrections is working to reduce the number of suicides.
The seven-page draft policy covers everything from when troopers should turn on the cameras to how and when the footage will be released.
Members of the Senate’s coalition majority say they don’t expect changes to the system before the 2024 election, but others aren’t sure.
A pair of hunters found the skulnear the Canadian border in September, 1997.
Unalaska Department of Public Safety employees say they were either wrongfully fired or forced to quit due to harassment and bullying within the department.