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    FBI wants to increase hate crimes reporting in Alaska

    In line with President Joe Biden’s aim to crack down on hate crimes across the nation, the FBI office in Anchorage has joined a...

    Gov. Dunleavy urges Alaskans to fight domestic violence

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued a proclamation to highlight October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In issuing his statement, Dunleavy said he is committed to...

    Alaska crime rates plummet in 2020

    The 2020 Crime in Alaska report shows a dramatic drop in crime over the last year. Published by the Department of Public Safety, the new...

    Alaska BLEXIT social will focus on how to impact school boards

    The newly formed chapter of BLEXIT, which is part of a national conservative movement to educate and empower minorities across America, is hosting a...

    Governor unveils plan to fight sexual assault and violent crime in Alaska

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy released a plan on Aug. 9 that aims to help Alaska law enforcement investigate and remove sexual predators and violent offenders...

    Mat-Su rally urges Alaskans to fight child sex trafficking

    Between 25 and 40 million people are victims of human trafficking across the globe. This includes millions of children who are enslaved in sex...

    Juneau police get $34K from Biden administration to fight hate

    The Dept. of Justice has awarded the City of Juneau $34,240 to train local police officers in how to identify and fight hate crime. The...
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    7.22 > Rise Up for Children July 30th

    Here in the Mat-Su most of us live in a comfortable bubble. You might hear about awful things happening once in awhile but in...

    Bronson issues directives on gun rights, COVID policy, government efficiencies & economic recovery

    In his first act as the new mayor of Anchorage, Dave Bronson called a press conference on July 1 to announce four directives that...

    Former State Representative Gabrielle LeDoux indicted for first degree voter misconduct

    Former State Representative Gabrielle LeDoux, along with two others, was indicted by an Anchorage grand jury for multiple counts of voter misconduct in the...

    Anchorage ordinance would restrict parent’s rights to discipline children

    Acting Mayor Austin Quinn-Davidson wants to change Anchorage law to make it much easier for the city prosecute parents whom government officials believe have...

    Rep. Young cosponsors bill to recognize conceal carry permits across state lines

    Rep. Don Young added his name as one of 170 Republican and three Democratic cosponsors of the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which would allow...

    Interested in being a Juneau cop? They’re hiring

    The Juneau Police Department is looking to hire several police officers to serve the community. The application process involves a written test, a physical ability test, and...

    Dunleavy calls for $5K PFD, gambling, homeschool support and energy independence

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy said 2020 was an eye opener on many levels and should spur Alaska to change the way it approaches homeschooling, taxes,...

    Lt. Governor’s office explains why he waited to tell Alaska of voter registration hack

    Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer waited five weeks before alerting Alaskans that the state’s voter registration system had been hacked back in October, exposing sensitive...

    Retired Lieutenant General to Alaska: Biden is coming for our guns

    With every passing day it appears more likely Joe Biden will become our next president. From the illegal vote counting, vote harvesting, forged ballots...

    Are Alaska’s Elections Clean?

    In the wake of this critical moment in history, a stolen presidential election, a nakedly exposed, billionaire-funded socialist revolution, with paid thugs waiting to...

    Public safety officers: Justice Carney is ‘tone deaf’ to Alaska’s domestic violence crisis

    Editor’s note: The following op-ed was written by two long-time Alaska State Troopers, a former U.S. marshal and head of the State Troopers, and...

    Sen. Sullivan addresses abortion, BLM protests, American pride and more

    Sen. Dan Sullivan addressed a host of hot-button social issues during a recent campaign stop on Sept. 6. Speaking before about 40 guests during a...

    Anchorage set to honor police, before considering restrictions on them

    In the wake of national and local protests which have included calls to defund and disband police departments, the Anchorage Assembly is set to...

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