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Channel 2 NewsThe Municipality of Anchorage is being sued by the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska over a controversial sidewalk sitting ordinance. The law makes it illegal to sit or sleep on Downtown Anchorage sidewalks from 6 a.m. until midnight on weekdays,...
The Associated PressFive Alaska State Troopers are suing over the way union dues are collected. According to a federal lawsuit, even though the five are non-union members, they still pay dues. The lawsuit states that employees who do not opt-out of the current system wind...
A man was arrested Saturday in Manokotak for allegedly sexually assaulting a juvenile female. According to Alaska State Troopers, Wesley Aliralria, 19, had sex with a juvenile female who was at least four years younger than him. In early August,...
Corey Allen-Young can be seen anchoring the morning edition and reporting at KTUU. Corey joined the KTUU family July 2012 after working at KTVA in Anchorage as a reporter and KXD in Fairbanks, Alaska, as a news and sports anchor and reporter. Corey...
Channel 2 NewsOn Friday, March 9, twenty-eight Village Public Safety Officers and two Village Police Officers graduated from the Public Safety Training Academy in Sitka. The class of 2012 included four women and twenty-six men who serve as first responders to...
Tags: Government, Politics, Graduation
Channel 2 NewsFifteen graduates of the Department of Public Safety Training Academy will be honored Thursday in ceremonies in Sitka. Alaska State Troopers spokeswoman Megan Peters says the new graduates of the Alaska Law Enforcement Training Session represent...
Tags: Government, Politics
The new sidewalk ordinance the Anchorage Assembly passed a week ago could be headed for its first challenge. When the law takes effect on December 22nd, it would make it illegal to sit or lie down on downtown sidewalks. The assembly voted 7-4 in favor...
Channel 2 NewsFireworks are legal in Anchorage during limited hours on New Year’s Eve, but where you can set them off may change. The Anchorage Assembly's public safety committee is looking at only allowing fireworks to be set off in designated open areas, like...
Tags: Government, Politics
Monday, Oct. 24 What: Fright Nite Haunted House When: Oct. 20-31 Sun-Wed 6-9 p.m.; Thurs-Sat. 6-11 p.m.; Halloween Night 6-11 p.m. Where: Northway Mall between Planet Fitness and JoAnn Fabrics. How: You can go to any Carrs grocery store and get $1....
KTUU.comHalloween can be a scary holiday -- but local authorities and dentists are trying to keep trick-or-treaters safe against dangers ranging from vehicle traffic to tooth decay. APD Officer Natasha Welch, director of the city’s Neighborhood Watch...
Channel 2 News ReporterA man who has been protesting outside Anchorage City hall for more than a month over the city's homeless policies was arrested for being an out of compliance sex offender. Wednesday afternoon the Anchorage Police Department Community Action Policing team...
Tags: Human Interest, Government, Police Arrests, Lawyers, Todd Walker
KTUU.comAnchorage police have arrested Dwight Samuel O’Connor, a former member of the city’s Public Safety Advisory Commission, for allegedly raping a woman near a Mountain View mall Thursday morning. APD spokesperson Lt. Dave Parker says officers...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Rape, Government, Crimes, Politics
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