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The owner of a Fairbanks tactical store says he's reached an agreement with military officials to limit sales of military products. Far North Tactical, which sells guns, ammunition, body armor and other gear, earlier was able to buy military gear from...
Tags: Defense, Armed Forces, U.S. Military, Marketing
Channel 2 NewsSunday's sixth annual Renewable Energy Fair in Chena Hot Springs, held a day after a similar fair in Anchorage, featured a few technologies ahead of their time, as well as a few speakers slightly behind schedule. A plane sent to Seward by Hot Springs...
Tags: Sean Parnell, FEMA, Regional Authority, Fairbanks, Politics
KTUU.comAnchorage police have arrested a cab driver suspected of sexually assaulting a passenger in his cab Sunday afternoon. Officers responded shortly before 2:30 p.m. to a call at 1800 Ship Ave. placed by passing motorist Bradley Orr, who had been flagged...
Channel 2 NewsA former Anchorage police officer charged with living in the country illegally under a stolen identity pleaded guilty to a state charge Friday. Rafael Mora-Lopez entered a guilty plea to one count of unsworn falsification in the first degree for...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Firearms, Alaska, Trials, Defense
Channel 2 NewsJust three days after Fort Wainwright Stryker Pfc. Brandon Mullins was killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan, the Army says another soldier from the same brigade was killed in a similar but separate attack Monday. Spc. Douglas Jay...
Tags: Health, Alaska, Injuries and Wounds, Defense, Armed Forces
Channel 2 NewsAugust was the deadliest month for U.S. troops fighting in Afghanistan. 67 Americans lost their lives to roadside bombs, Taliban gunfire, and an attack on a Chinook helicopter carrying Navy SEALs. But despite all that, an Alaska Air National Guard unit...
Channel 2 NewsAnchorage - Rainy weather is putting quite a damper on end-of-summer fishing. Salmon are getting into the streams, but the cloudy waters are making it tough to catch fish. Silver salmon on Ship Creek has slowed, according to the Alaska Department of...
Tags: Firearms, Weather Reports, Defense, Weather, Fishing
KTUU.comThe Army says a Fort Wainwright soldier wounded by a car bomb late last month in Afghanistan died of his injuries Sunday at a hospital in Landstuhl, Germany. Spc. Christophe J. Marquis of Tampa, Fla. was 40. Marquis was wounded Aug. 27 by a vehicle-borne...
KTUU.comAnchorage police have arrested a man on charges including attempted murder after he allegedly grazed a Yellow Cab driver’s abdomen Thursday morning with a shotgun blast, then walked down a Spenard street firing the weapon into the air. APD...
Tags: Crimes, Firearms, Murder, Theft, James Gregory
Channel 2 NewsSunday will mark the 10-year anniversary of the terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and Alaskans are planning to remember the date with both somber memorials and increased security at the state’s major military bases: • In Anchorage, a 9/11...
Channel 2 NewsAn insurgent attack in the Kandahar Province of Afghanistan on Sept. 9 has left one Stryker Brigade soldier dead and another wounded. Pfc. Brett Everett Wood, 19, assigned to the 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division at Fort...
KTUU.comThe Army says a Fort Wainwright soldier was killed in Afghanistan’s Kandahar Province Wednesday by the detonation of a pressure-plate improvised explosive device. According to U.S. Army Alaska spokesperson Lt. Col. Bill Coppernoll, 26-year-old Sgt....
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