...lodge was found dead from a gunshot wound following an incident Saturday evening.Alaska State Troopers, the Alaska Bureau of Highway Patrol and Central Emergency Services responded to a 911 call at 6:35 p.m., reporting Jeffrey Dale, 34, of...
A 46-year-old woman died after Alaska State Troopers say she attempted to flee in her vehicle after a traffic stop. According to a trooper report, on Tuesday at about 3 a.m., a Crown Point-based trooper contacted Zoe Ivanoff at Mile 47 of the Seward Highway. Ivanoff, who was a resident of the small village of Unalakleet, had a revoked license and was issued a summons. Ivanoff waited in her vehicle for an hour for a tow truck to tow her Nissan Pathfinder. At about 4 a.m., troopers say she drove off in the Pathfinder.
On a drizzly October afternoon, a man in his 50s walked into the small Tobacco Express and Accessories store wearing square glasses, a black baseball cap and dark jeans. He works in the oil industry and wanted something to help him unwind on a day off.
...had slid off the road and while authorities were attending to it, two other cars collided head-on. The Alaska Bureau of Highway Patrol has taken over investigations into the accidents. The highway will be closed for several hours from Beaver...
Two teens are expected to face drug charges after mistakenly sending text messages to a 12-year-old Soldotna girl over the weekend.
As the calendar counts down to the start of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge on June 20 in Key West, Fla., organizers of the 7,000-mile ride ending in Homer are firming up plans for the event's finish at the end of the road. The biggest change from preparations last fall is the site for a Fourth of July Celebration. The concert and award ceremony will be at Stone Step Lake and Oceanfront Estates, a subdivision near Mile 7 East End Road.
As trooper Gordon Young passed Kenai Central High School on Friday evening, dispatch relayed a concerned citizen's call about three unattended children in Nikiski.
If you were traveling between the Moose River in Sterling and the Kenai Spur Highway in Soldotna over Memorial Day weekend, you might have seen a Homer Police Department cruiser stopping vehicles and issuing tickets.
DUIs seemed to follow Alaska Bureau of Highway Patrol Sgt. Eugene Fowler Friday night. A few loops through Nikiski's snow-covered roads and there was hardly a vehicle to be found...
One day. One location. Two accidents. And a third accident occurred just a mile and a half away.
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