Category: 907 Updates
By Travis Khachatoorian: New streamlined environmental review aims to expedite Alaska road construction
He had the right of way, the child will recover, will the taxi driver recover from it? Maybe the fact the child did not die will help.
By Sean Maguire: Taxi driver strikes 8-year-old with car, had right-of-way says APD
By Victoria Taylor: Activists express concerns over changes still needed for Alaska Native voting rights
“We’re developing databases, revising websites, looking at translation software for management of the glossaries,” Arriaga said.
Alaskans are still able to submit testimony to the Advisory Committee between now and September 22nd.
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com
By Austin Baird: Sen. Sullivan presses to re-approve law governing federal fisheries
By Sidney Sullivan, Patrick Enslow: Great Alaska Shootout ends after 40 years
By Liz Raines: Lack of facilities means long waiting lists for addicts seeking recovery
By KTVA Web Staff: Man convicted of knifepoint attempted sexual assault
Be sure to follow @officialalaskastatefair on Instagram to follow along. Check out some of the other people doing takeovers, like Erin Kirkland of AK on the Go and Laura Sampson of Little House Big Alaska.
By Lauren Maxwell: Anchorage police chief announces new command staff
Anchorage Police Chief Justin Doll announced new leadership in the Police Department on Wednesday. Captain Ken McCoy was promoted to Deputy Chief of Operations. Additionally, Lieutenants Julie Shank and Kevin Vandegriff were promoted to captains.
By Joe Vigil: KTVA clocks speeders in Anchorage school zone
By Liz Raines: Metrol: another way to monetize Alaska’s stranded gas?
By Heather Hintze: Trunk Road extension limits vehicle access to Palmer Hay Flats
By KTVA Daybreak Staff: Workforce Wednesday: Drilling
Hold onto your hat: The Alaska Network on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault took to Facebook yesterday to label all types of white supremacy, and “Make America Great Again” made the list.“If we’re serious about eliminating domestic violence, then it is vital to understand and eliminate all forms of subjugation including sexism, racism, homophobia, and xenophobia and thus eliminate hate and bigotry,” the post stated.
By Dan Carpenter: A look behind the armor with Anchorage SWAT
By Mike Ross: Police chief gets $37K pay raise
By Leroy Polk: Anchorage man arrested after ramming SUV into police vehicles, escaping into Alaska Club
By Associated Press: 2 motorcyclists injured, flown to Seattle hospital after encounter with bear
By Chris Klint: Murderer held in Seward prison dies in apparent suicide
Author Devin Kelly: Air Force explores changing fighter jet flight patterns at JBER, though more noise could result
by Daniella Rivera: Audit flags ‘questionable’ purchases on Anchorage employee p-cards
In the case of the most recent audit of municipal procurement card purchases, the Internal Audit Department looked at 48,298 p-card purchases from 2016 amounting to $18,069,421 in transactions. That’s an increase of about $1.5 million in p-card spending from 2015, when the department found employees had made 45,972 purchases amounting to $16,558,975.
Air Force Maj. Teresa Sellers, a nurse anesthetist with the 673d Surgical Operations Squadron had her military career planned out. After being assigned to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, she was ready to venture out to her next assignment.
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By Travis Khachatoorian: Anchorage homeowner reclaims property from squatters
By Mike Ross: Dachshunds saved from dognapper, suspect arrested
by Steffi Lee: ADN approved to get $1 million loan from The Binkley Company
by Daniella Rivera: Special delivery means big changes for Anchorage voters
Author: Tegan Hanlon At Alaska Middle College School, students can earn a high school diploma and associate’s degree at the same time
By Ashleigh Ebert: Alaska Airlines pilots protest amid contract dispute