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Driver steals Jet Ski, abandons pickup truck after Midtown chase

Driver steals Jet Ski, abandons pickup truck after Midtown chase

Anchorage police are looking for a man who stole a Jet Ski on a trailer, leading officers on a chase with the personal watercraft towed behind a truck before it crashed in Midtown early Friday.

Walker declares second disaster in Dalton Highway flooding

Gov. Bill Walker has issued his second disaster declaration in two months for water on the Dalton Highway, during a visit to Deadhorse to inspect damage from Sagavanirktok River flooding.

Mom charged with assaulting daughter on Anchorage-Honolulu flight

Mom charged with assaulting daughter on Anchorage-Honolulu flight

A mother is pleading not guilty to allegations that she physically and verbally assaulted her 15-month-old daughter during an Alaska Airlines flight from Anchorage, Alaska, to Honolulu.

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Troopers seek tips on Anchor Point dognapping

Alaska State Troopers are asking for public help to find and reunite a stolen dog with its owner, in a case reported last week from Anchor Point.

Bicyclist hurt in Arctic Boulevard vehicle collision

Bicyclist hurt in Arctic Boulevard vehicle collision

Anchorage police say a male bicyclist suffered a contusion in a Midtown collision with a vehicle Friday afternoon near Valley of the Moon Park.

Clear Air Station may house key missile-defense radar

Clear Air Station may house key missile-defense radar

Alaska’s congressional delegation is hailing a Pentagon decision which could place a nearly $1 billion radar system on the Last Frontier, in an echo of similar installations during the days of the Cold War.

Muldoon Road closure begins

Expect Muldoon Road closure, south of Debarr, over the weekend

Anchorage police say Muldoon Road will be closed between Debarr Road and the south side of Creekside Center Drive beginning 7 p.m. Friday through 5 a.m. Tuesday. 

Anti-Arctic drilling kayaktivists hold 'Shell No' protest

Official: Seattle Shell protests caused environmental damage

An official with Washington state's Department of Natural Resources says Seattle activists protesting Shell's plans to drill for oil in the Arctic did some environmental damage to a popular dive park.

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