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REDDI calls help stop Glenn Highway driver in high-speed DUI case

Alaska State Troopers credit reports by concerned citizens with leading to the arrest of a Houston man for DUI at speeds of over 100 mph on the Glenn Highway late Friday evening.

Troopers Investigating Man Found Dead Along Glenn Highway

Second teen charged in alleged revenge killing of Palmer man

A second teenager has been charged with murder in the March shooting of a Palmer man, the latest development in a case which the first suspect allegedly claimed was retribution for a sexual assault by the victim.

Mat-Su commission again rejects controversial monofill plan

After nearly 6 hours of public testimony and debate, the Matanuska-Susitna Borough Planning Commission rejected a conditional use permit for a construction waste landfill near Palmer.

Man shot woman hurt Monday in Wasilla-area home invasions

Man shot on night of Wasilla home invasions dies

Alaska State Troopers say one of the two men who showed up at a Wasilla-area hospital with gunshot wounds last week, shortly after a home invasion that ended in a firefight, has died.

Wasilla Planners Approve Powerline Plans, with Conditions

MEA restores Wasilla power after substation outage, equipment fire

Almost 5,000 Wasilla-area customers should have their power restored Monday, after hours of work by Matanuska Electric Association crews work to repair an outage at a local substation.

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Parks Highway reopens after crash with 2 injured south of Big Lake

Alaska State Troopers say a two-vehicle collision, which entrapped an injured occupant in one of the cars involved, has closed the Parks Highway south of Big Lake.

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Woman stowaway bursts out of Wasilla truck being towed away

A Thursday night stop of a stolen pickup truck netted one more arrest than Alaska State Troopers bargained for, when a woman who allegedly hid in the back seat jumped from the vehicle while it was being towed.

Pat Gamble Budget

Higher education on low budgets

Known for leading the world in Arctic studies, the University of Alaska Fairbanks is trying to up its profile in the higher learning community. ( KTUU - TV )

Mat-Su Valley's First Football Park Under Construction

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