Tag: Steve Heimel
The problem isn't wild animals, it's plumbing. The toilets have to be fixed. Buses are dropping off hikers, but taking riders on to Wonder Lake, another 20 miles.
A number of local governments considered lawsuits, but some have decided against it.
The Coast Guard had a busy Saturday in Prince William Sound.
Tuesday, July 12 at 10:00am It hasn’t been an easy job trying to protect our rights during a war on terror and a war on drugs. But Anthony Romero was ready to answer the challenge.
Escopeta Oil and Gas spokesman Steve Sutherlin told the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce last week that the Customs and Border Protection bureau will likely take action soon to resolve the continuing Jones Act issue that has kept their Spartan 151 jack-up rig out of U.S. waters so far.
So far salvage efforts have failed to raise a sunken fishing boat at Rocky Point near the Valdez Narrows, and an oil sheen is now reported on the water.
The Parks and Recreation department in Anchorage is trying to make getting rid of invasive plants fun by staging a competition Saturday.
An airplane belonging to an artist and aerial photographer crashed on Pioneer Peak Wednesday morning.
These covered the first month of her term and were heavily redacted. The Governor's office says if more turn up they will release them with the next batch due - which would be from the time between when she ran for Vice President to when she resigned.
Two fishing boats have sunk in the Prince William Sound area in the past few days, but nobody has mentioned seeing oil slicks.
An Anchorage man is in jail and the gang unit is working on his case after he allegedly threatened witnesses to a nasty beating...
A man working on the engine of a fishing vessel fell overboard Monday near Goodnews Bay and hasn't been seen since.
He had taken off on a jetski around midnight Sunday night and was reported missing when he still hadn't turned up at 4 am.
Tuesday, July 5 at 10:00am The banner was not on school property, but the court said a principal at Juneau-Douglas High School had a right to tear it down.
Wednesday, an Alaska prison inmate was convicted in Federal court of raping other prisoners in the Anchorage jail.
Tuesday, June 28 at 10:00am Is it possible? Is it desirable? A group of Alaskans has pledged to eat only food from Alaska for a year.
A vessel is headed out into the Bering Sea to retrieve a barge full of construction equipment.
Anchorage's gay PrideFest parade was abruptly canceled Saturday after a fatal accident. The volunteer driver of the sports car carrying the parade Marshall abruptly accelerated and ran over one of the participants.
As the arctic sea ice pulls back and more shipping, research and other vessels ply the opened-up waters, the U.S. Coast Guard is trying to beef up its arctic presence.
Judge Orders Joe Miller to Pay Legal Fees from Election Challenge, U.S. House Rejects Cutting Funding to Offensive in Libya, Residents Return to Unalaska and Dutch Harbor After Tsunami Warning, Coast Guard Trains for More Arctic Traffic, and more...