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The Associated PressThe U.S. Forest Service is gearing up for a tough wildfire season by adding to its large air tanker fleet seven planes that fly faster and will drop a bigger payload of fire retardant than in the past. The long-anticipated contracts announced Monday...
Channel 2 NewsFour men have been arrested by Anchorage police on more than 30 charges, after they allegedly took a homeless teenage girl to an Eagle River apartment and raped her there for two days. In a Wednesday statement, APD spokesperson Dani Myren says the men --...
Channel 2 NewsMarch 29 will officially be known as Vietnam Veterans Day in Alaska. Gov. Sean Parnell signed House Bill 67 into law Wednesday, designating that day annually to acknowledge and commemorate the military service of American men and women in the Vietnam...
Channel 2 NewsA bill designating March 29 as Vietnam Veterans Day has passed the Alaska Legislature. The Senate followed the House's lead and this week passed HB67 from Fairbanks Rep. Steve Thompson. The measure now goes to the governor. The bill would set...
Channel 2 NewsThe Juneau branch of the Alaska Citizens Militia has scheduled a rally on the steps of the state Capitol. The group is calling the event a ".223 day of resistance." The rally is scheduled for Feb. 23. Thom Buzard is chairman ad-hoc of the Juneau...
Channel 2 NewsJoint Base Elmendorf-Richardson officials say Anchorage police have arrested a person of interest and located the pickup truck used in Saturday morning's gate-crashing incident, which was driven onto the base by a white male and subsequently fired on by...
Channel 2 NewsAir Force officials say a civilian man arrested Saturday after a gate-crashing incident on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was the driver who slammed a pickup truck through the Boniface Gate, drawing pistol fire from security forces before leaving through...
Channel 2 NewsA federal judge sentenced 28-year-old Fairbanks Schaeffer Cox, convicted in June as the ringleader of a plot to kidnap or kill federal agents, to nearly 26 years in prison Tuesday. Before he was sentenced, Cox asked for mercy and apologized to the...
Channel 2 NewsLonnie Vernon, a member of a militia near Fairbanks, was sentenced to almost 26 years in prison for his part in a plot to kill federal agents. His wife, Karen Vernon, was also sentenced Monday to 12 years in prison for her involvement in the plot....
Channel 2 NewsFederal prosecutors are seeking a long prison sentence for Fairbanks militia leader Schaeffer Cox. Prosecutors are recommending a 35-year sentence for Cox. The 28-year-old man was convicted in June of plotting to kill law enforcement officials and...
Channel 2 NewsAn Alaska militia member was sentenced Monday to over 25 years for a murder plot in U.S. District Court in Anchorage. Lonnie Vernon admitted in a plea agreement to buying a gun, silencer, and hand grenades, and having maps to a federal judge’s home...
Channel 2 NewsFor the past 45 years, Anchorage resident Bruce Pozzi has owned a bracelet with the name Arvin Chauncey inscribed on it. He bought it to show solidarity for Chauncey, who spent 6 years as a Prisoner of War (POW) during the Vietnam War. Pozzi never met...
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