According to Alaska State Troopers, on August 4, 2020 around 12:30pm members of the Fairbanks Area Narcotics Team attempted to stop a car driven by 33 year old Fairbanks man, Ruben M. Musgrove, in pursuant to an open investigation.
According to Alaska State Troopers, the Alaska Bureau of Investigation Technical Crimes Unit (TCU) in Anchorage received a report that a teenage female in Naknek had been enticed to send explicit images of herself to adults online.
Monday marked the first day F-35s stationed at Eielson Air Force Base took part in a RED FLAG-Alaska exercise. The 356th Fighter Squadron received its first F-35s in April and have been working and training to be ready for the operation over the last few months.
The Government of Canada remains committed to protecting the health and safety of Canadians and reducing the spread of COVID-19 in Canada. For public health reasons, the temporary restriction on all optional or discretionary travel at the Canada-United States (U.S.) border remains in place.
Nonresident travelers to Alaska will need to show they tested negative for COVID-19 shortly before arriving as part of an effort aimed at minimizing cases and preserving testing supplies and protective gear, Gov. Mike Dunleavy said.
The community of Salcha is around 30 miles outside of Fairbanks on the Richardson Highway. The roughly 1,000 residents like to keep to themselves and do things differently. According to Fire Chief Tim Biggane, the Salcha Fire and Rescue is no different.
Since coronavirus arrived in Alaska, hotel workers have been on the front lines of the pandemic as they take care of the people quarantining in their hotels upon arrival. However, some that belong to local union, Unite Here 878, don’t feel they’re prepared to do their jobs safely.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to release its final environmental review of a proposed copper and gold mine near the headwaters of a major salmon fishery in southwest Alaska, a review a corps official says will inform a permit decision expected later this year.
A Fairbanks man was arrested after police find heroine and methamphetamine in an apartment. According to charging documents, Derrick Lanell Hall, 35, was being investigated by the Fairbanks Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit.
The Alaska Department of Public Safety accused Google of censorship for canceling a recruitment advertisement for state troopers considered to be political, but the tech giant said it was a miscommunication.