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Judge rules campaign sign ban unconstitutional
The American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska, Dunleavy for Alaska and Palmer's Eric Siebels sued the state of Alaska to overturn the ban, calling the restriction unconstitutional—a violation of free speech.
Kabuki Coffee: Raising awareness for Kabuki syndrome
WASILLA—Chances are, if you stop by the Kabuki Coffee shop in the new Mat-Su Health Foundation building off Crusey Street, you’ll see Rikki King with a glowing smile behind the counter.
Two years since Grunwald's murder, jury selection for 2nd suspect stretches on
David's parents, Edie and Ben Grunwald, have been at every day of the selection process, taking notes on each potential juror.
POLICE BRIEFS: Middle school student punches teacher
On Nov. 8 at around 10 a.m., police were called to Gruening Middle School after a student allegedly punched a teacher multiple times. According to APD, the student was released to a parent and charges were forwarded to the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Tuesday morning accident involves two vehicles, dog team
“Where the sun is hitting the road, the roads are fairly dry, but it was a shaded area. They were icy. That’s the worst type of driving conditions,” Barkley said.
Suicidal Woman Taken into Custody on Title 47 Hold after Allegedly Setting Fire to Home in Palmer
Alaska State Troopers report that they have taken a suicidal female, whose name they did not reveal, into custody after a structure fire in Palmer on Monday morning.
Caught on Video: Dad makes icy trip to bring play kitchen to daughter
Anchorage (KTUU) —One Alaska dad showed his dedication to his daughter's happiness in less-than-ideal conditions recently. Kyle Leary of Palmer walked out to his truck Sunday to unload a miniature kitchen set for his daughter -- a task that most days of the year would be fairly routine. His -- adven
‘I felt most at home’ Warriors star will play Division I basketball in Hawaii
WASILLA — As one of Alaska’s top girls’ basketball players throughout her high school career, Olivia Davies had a variety of options at the next level. After a visit to Honolulu, Hawaii, earlier this year, Davies knew exactly where she wanted to begin the next chapter of her life.
Dunleavy names Chickaloon woman Commissioner of Natural Resources
Governor-elect Mike Dunleavy has chosen Mat-Su resident Corri Feige to be his Commissioner of Natural Resources. Feige, who lives in Chickaloon with her husband, Eric, is a petroleum engineer who headed the state’s Division of Oil and Gas, a part of the DNR.
Winter survival guide: Pile on the layers and resist hygge until after you’ve been outside
I hit rewind on the seasons for a couple of weeks in late October by traveling to the East Coast. For 13 days, I leaf-peeped, bonfired and ate crunchy fresh apples to my heart's content. The days were a perfect balance of warm in the sun yet cool in the shadows; the nights sparkled with stars.
Driver in fatal crash says he spoke to victim before leaving | Newstalk 750 - 103.7 KFQD
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – An Anchorage man charged in a fatal hit-and-run crash told police he spoke to the woman he hit and she said she was fine.The Anchorage Daily News reports 71-year-old Ruti Malietufa was arraigned Monday on a felony count of leaving an accident scene without assisting an injur
A big thank you from Big Cabbage Radio
Big Cabbage Radio celebrated with our annual Shred the Cabbage Fundraiser on Saturday November 10 at Klondike Mike’s. Weasel Gras Cajun Band from Anchorage kept us dancing and tapping our toes. A great time was had by all and we raised needed funds to keep the station strong and thriving.A special t
Driver, sled dogs injured in collision near Wasilla
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — A driver was injured and two dogs in a sled dog team were hurt in a collision near Wasilla.Anchorage television station KTVAreportsa crash between an SUV and a pickup sent the truck into a dog team being trained by Iditarod musher Kristy Berington.Berington was training dogs
The ‘gravy lady’ needs a hand: Donation drive underway for Thankgiving meals in Southcentral Alaska
Along with donations of food, Bean's Cafe in Anchorage relies on help from about 100 volunteers every Thanksgiving, including Judy "the gravy lady," who's been a longtime holiday helper, said executive director Lisa Sauder.
Northern Mat-Su schools closed due to icy roads
Willow, Talkeetna and Trapper Creek elementary schools, as well as Su Valley Junior/Senior High School, were closed for the day according tothe district's website.
In the Valley, a farm-to-trail link increases recreational opportunities
Framed by leggy cottonwoods and spruce trees, the fields of the Matanuska Experiment Farm and Extension Center are quiet now, in stark contrast to the summer's rush to mow grass hay and nurture plants that might benefit students of Alaska's agricultural products.
Man shot in Spenard hotel parking lot, police say attack appears drug related
The victim was taken to a local hospital with what appeared to be life-threatening injuries, police said. "The incident appears to be isolated and there is no threat to the public," the department wrote in astatement posted online.
Man charged in fatal hit-and-run says victim claimed to be OK
"He said he saw a woman there and that she told him she was alright," charging documents read. "He double checked with her, and after she again said that she was fine, he drove to Brown Jug where his wife works."
Several Susitna Valley schools closed Tuesday
The closed schools are Willow Elementary, Talkeetna Elementary, Trapper Creek Elementary and Su Valley High. All other schools are open, the district said in social media posts.
Thieves Steal Two Trucks, Pillage Two Connexes in Houston
A Houston victim reported that thieves made off with a multitude of items from a property on Wilhelm Street this past weekend.Alaska State Troopers were contacted at 7:35 pm on Sunday that two connexes were pillaged and two vehicles were stolen from the Houston property.A green 1970 Ford F-250 two w