By Associated Press: Prosecutor sees workaround for crime bill concerns
By Sidney Sullivan: DATA VIZ: DoD Sexual Assault Report (Fiscal Year 2013 – 2016)
Remember this bumper sticker? “Please God give me one more oil boom. I promise not to piss it away.”
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Gas line could employ 12,000 at peak, 1,000 long-term
By Ned Rozell: Beavers slapping tails on far-north waters
By Caslon Hatch: Aviation industry sees higher demand for pilots amidst shortage
By Beth Verge: Missed the last day of ‘Tire Hotel’ tire pickup? It’s not too late
Friday was the last day of pickup after a week of open hours at the property, located at 3330 Denali St. in Anchorage, though Bender said her team would still be trying to reach out to those whose tires are identified at the shop.
“We’ll be reaching out to folks through the phone if we can locate a name,” she said.
People looking for their tires can also call (907) 269-5208 for more information.
By Victoria Taylor: APD looks at drones to add eyes to the sky in certain investigations
Ryan Marlow with Alaska Aerial Media says the state has a solid set of laws in place to honor privacy.
“Alaska has amazing privacy guidelines. So with that we have House Bill 255,which basically stops the use of systems unless it’s required by criminal activity or a warrant or any of the other items that fall under hot pursuit and that’s the state law,” he said.
The Anchorage Assembly is developing a subcommittee to focus on developing municipal ordinances to address drone use.
By Peggy McCormack: Dept. of Interior searching for whereabouts of 17,000 Native Americans
Alaska Natives who wonder if they might be on the list can visit this website.
Class Members or the heirs of Class Members should provide documentation immediately to the GCG by calling 1-800-961-6109, by emailing Info@IndianTrust.com, or by U.S. mail to Indian Trust Settlement, P.O. Box 9577, Dublin, OH 43017-4877. Class members can also search OST’s Whereabouts Unknown database. If you have any questions about the OST Whereabouts Unknown Cobell list, call the Indian Trust Beneficiary Call Center at 1-888-678-6836.
Congratulations Natalie Hanson!
By Sean Maguire: Bethel woman breaks world powerlifting record
By Liz Raines: Mat-Su gets green light on first detox beds
By Lauren Maxwell: Subaru donates cars to Meals on Wheels on the Kenai
The cars were among 50 that were given away to organizations that deliver Meals on Wheels in a nationwide contest by Subaru of America. The company is celebrating its fiftieth year in business.