Alaska State Parks Ranger Jack Ransom said his department got three separate reports Thursday and Friday about a large, aggressive black bear on the Tonsina Creek Trail.
Alaska’s court system was forced to disconnect its online services over the weekend after discovering a cyberattacker had tried to insert malware on court computers.
The seismic stations are part of the U.S. Array, a multi-million dollar national research project. It spanned nearly two decades and the entire continent.
An 18-year-old died when he was shot while bird hunting with two other young people in Nightmute on April 26.
A sinkhole at the intersection of Third and North Franklin streets likely will get repaired when there is a break in the rain next week.
The Department of Corrections announced Wednesday that it was getting rid of the requirement that inmates be vaccinated in order to receive visitors.
Four dogs have been euthanized after contact with rabid foxes.
“Our current statute is broken,” said Anchorage Rep. Geran Tarr. “It’s outdated and incomplete.”
Now is the time to take down bird feeders, clean up any outdoor food waste and store trash securely.
U.S. Marshals Service says just hang up and don’t respond to any phone calls or messages left by scammers.