ANCHORAGE — An Alaska militia member convicted of conspiring to kill public officials and of amassing weapons was sentenced Monday to nearly 26 years in prison, when proceedings were disrupted by his frequent and profanity-laden outbursts questioning the authority of the court.
Judge Robert Bryan ...
Homer Electric Association will be "extremely busy" in 2013 finishing projects and preparing the utility for a looming shift that will place it in direct control of area power generation needs, a co-op spokesman said.
It’s 1:30 a.m. when Laurie Speakman gets the call. Alaska State Trooper Dispatch tells her another one has been hit and gives her the GPS coordinates.
Outside it’s probably below zero when she starts the pickup, equip with a flashing siren, a wench and a boom.
She dresses in thick clothing while...
Addison Gibson has a hard time sitting still.
When the Kenai Middle School student was younger, she would tell people her favorite part of school was recess.
Now, the 12-year-old says she does not have a favorite part of school.
“I just want to be at home,” she said.
Addison’s mother, D’Anna...
A Las Vegas man who operated a drug trafficking organization that shipped prescription drugs from Nevada to Anchorage, the Kenai Peninsula and the Matanuska-Susitna Valley was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in prison.
After more than a year of gathering seismic data, Apache Oil Corporation will spend 2013 finishing its massive seismic campaign - billed as the largest in Cook Inlet in recent memory - piecing it together and pinpointing where drilling will continue.