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McClintock rescue at Eureka Glacier

Fairbanks man rescued from glacier crevasse after 9 hours, Saturday night

What was supposed to be an afternoon of fun with friends, snow-machining to the top of Eureka glacier, soon turned into a nine hour rescue operation, when snow-machiner Robert McClintock fell 73 feet into a narrow crevasse on the glacier. 

Woman stabbed in back as she texts, walks along Chester Creek bike trail

A woman was stabbed in the back as she walked along Chester Creek bike trail, Sunday afternoon, police wrote in a press release Sunday evening. 

Charlo Greene announces plans for lawsuit against Anchorage police for raid

Charlo Greene, the controversial T.V. news reporter turned marijuana activist, whose operation, the Alaska Cannabis Club was raided by Anchorage police on March 21, has released her response to the raid in a YouTube video and press release, Sunday morning.  


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20-year-old brother charged in fatal beating of Venetie man

Alaska State Troopers say a 36-year-old Venetie man found fatally injured in the village northeast of Fairbanks had been beaten by his younger brother.

Teen shot at East Anchorage party after underage group denied entry

An 18-year-old girl was taken to a local hospital after being struck by a bullet in the shoulder in a shooting near E 9th Avenue and Lane Street early Sunday morning.

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CHARGES: Driver in Friday's hit-and-run left because he didn't know what to do

The driver involved in the hit-and-run accident that took place near Barnes and Noble, Friday, has been arraigned for charges in relation to the crime, Saturday afternoon.

Bear Tooth shooting

Police: Saturday afternoon West Anchorage shooting leaves one man injured

Anchorage police are currently investigating a shooting that took place Saturday afternoon in a West Anchorage parking lot near the Bear Tooth restaurant, that left one man wounded. 

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School districts seeking teachers may have to recruit more students to keep schools open

While recruiters were looking for teachers, at least two school districts at least two school districts say they may have to close two schools because of low enrollment numbers.

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