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  • November 29th, 1915 Nov 29, 2020
    The fine print reads: “Krause is five feet, ten inches in height, about forty-five years of age, heavy set, broad shoulders; walks with shoulders back, with short quick steps; has sandy hair, curly; bald in front, blue eyes, a heavy red mustache; may now be shaved. General sandy complexion, and is pale from confinement; weight […]
  • Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Nov. 28, 2020 Nov 29, 2020
    DHSS today announced two new deaths and 656 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 639 were residents in:  Anchorage (262),  Wasilla (91), Bethel Census Area (55), Fairbanks (37),  Palmer (29), Chugiak (16), Soldotna (16), Eagle River (13), Kenai (12), Kodiak (11), Nome (10), Kusilvak Census Area (8),  Juneau (7), North Pole (7), Sitka (7),  Utqiaġvik (7) Bethel (6), Kenai Peninsula Borough North (4), Sterling (4), Yukon-Koyukuk […]
  • Under Cover of Thanksgiving, Trump Administration Pushes to Relax Rules Protecting Birds Nov 28, 2020
    The proposal—which the administration admits would likely lead to more avian deaths—would let energy and other companies off the hook for “incidentally” killing birds.  Despite acknowledging that the move would lead to an increase in the 500 million to one billion birds that die each year in the United States due to human activity, the […]
  • November 28th, 1886 Nov 28, 2020
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  • Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Nov. 27, 2020 Nov 28, 2020
    DHSS today announced 735 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 724 were residents in: Wasilla (278), Anchorage (120), Palmer (80), Soldotna (36), Fairbanks (36), Kenai (27), Bethel Census Area (25), Eagle River (15), Chugiak (10), Homer (10), Bethel (8), Kenai Peninsula Borough North (7), Delta Juntion (6), North Pole (6), Sterling (6), Unknown locations (6), Utqiaġvik (5), […]
  • Alaska Earthquake Center receives USGS funding Nov 27, 2020
    The U.S. Geological Survey recently awarded the Alaska Earthquake Center a $2.85M one-year award to operate and strengthen Alaska’s earthquake monitoring system. The AEC at the University of Alaska’s Geophysical Institute has worked daily with the USGS on earthquake issues since the first MOU was signed in 1987. “The importance of this current award is […]
  • Inmate at Anchorage Correctional Dies following Four Day Stay at Hospital Nov 27, 2020
    On Wednesday morning, the Alaska Bureau of Investigation–Major Crimes Unit, was informed of an expected death of an inmate at the Anchorage Correctional Center. They were notified that 48-year-old William Olsen JR had been transported to a local hospital after experiencing a medical emergency at the complex on November 20th. After receiving treatment, it was […]
  • Tuesday’s Reka Drive Deceased Missing Persons Case now Deemed Homicide Nov 27, 2020
    Anchorage police say a call received just before midnight on November 24th prompted them to open a missing persons investigation that led them to an address on the  4200-block of Reka Drive. When they responded to that scene they discovered that the missing person was deceased.  “Officers made observations at the scene which has prompted […]
  • Trump Says He Will Leave White House If Electoral College Votes for Biden Nov 27, 2020
    “Constitutional law professor says it doesn’t matter what Trump says if the Electoral College votes for Biden.” While continuing to spread falsehoods about the election and complain that the contest was rigged against him—citing examples of supposed malfeasance that were summarily debunked by reporters in real time—President Donald Trump on Thursday said he intends leave the White […]
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Trump Says He Will Leave White House If Electoral College Votes for Biden

Trump Says He Will Leave White House If Electoral College Votes for Biden

“Constitutional law professor says it doesn’t matter what Trump says if the Electoral College votes for Biden.” While continuing to spread falsehoods about the election and complain that the contest was rigged against him—citing examples of supposed malfeasance that were summarily debunked by reporters in real time—President Donald Trump on…

President Pardons Former Adviser Michael Flynn

President Pardons Former Adviser Michael Flynn

Progressive critics and Democratic lawmakers expressed outrage Wednesday as President Donald Trump announced a pardon of his former national security adviser, Michael Flynn—who despite pleading guilty twice to lying to the FBI about his conversations in 2016 with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, will now face no consequences for his actions.…

Army Corps of Engineers, in Abrupt Reversal, Denies Pebble Permit

Army Corps of Engineers, in Abrupt Reversal, Denies Pebble Permit

In a surprise decision on Wednesday, the Corps of Engineers abruptly denied a permit for the southwestern Alaska gold and copper mega-mine. The Corps determined that “the applicant’s plan for the discharge of fill material does not comply with Clean Water Act guidelines” and concluded that “the proposed…

‘Flat-Out Sabotage’ Already Underway as Mnuchin Tries to Put $455 Billion in Covid Funds Out of Biden Team’s Reach

‘Flat-Out Sabotage’ Already Underway as Mnuchin Tries to Put $455 Billion in Covid Funds Out of Biden Team’s Reach

“Burning it down on the way out the door. There is no reasonable justification for this.” Treasury Secretary…

Reports of Secret Meeting Between Netanyahu, MbS, and Pompeo Spark Fears of War Plot

Reports of Secret Meeting Between Netanyahu, MbS, and Pompeo Spark Fears of War Plot

“It is extremely alarming that the warmongers most reliant on Trump’s blank checks are secretly meeting in the…

House Passes Young, Ruppersberger Bill to Help Coastal Communities Prepare for Storms, Floods

House Passes Young, Ruppersberger Bill to Help Coastal Communities Prepare for Storms, Floods

Washington, D.C. – On Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed bipartisan legislation introduced by Congressmen Don Young (R-AK) and C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger…

Trump Fires Security Chief Who Said 2020 Vote Was ‘Most Secure’ in US History

Trump Fires Security Chief Who Said 2020 Vote Was ‘Most Secure’ in US History

Barely two weeks after the polls closed in an election he is now projected to lose, U.S. President Donald Trump…

Trump Adviser Welcomes Killing Loved Ones With Covid-19 as This May Be ‘Their Final Thanksgiving’ Anyway

Trump Adviser Welcomes Killing Loved Ones With Covid-19 as This May Be ‘Their Final Thanksgiving’ Anyway

In his latest anti-science appeal to Americans, White House coronavirus adviser Dr. Scott Atlas on Monday night called…

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