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The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has scheduled a public meeting to discuss a 48 percent rate hike for customers of Enstar Natural Gas Co. Sean Doogan
A biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said they couldn't determine if the bear involved in the most recent attack was the same bear that attacked a jogger on JBER in May.Craig Medred

Memorial for Anchorage cyclist killed in hit-and-run draws crowd of mourners

July 21, 2014 - 2:43pm -- mdent
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Jeff Dusenbury was known in Anchorage cycling circles for pushing hard and going far, all the while with a smile on his face. When he was killed Saturday morning in a hit-and-run collision on a quiet street close to his home, it was hard for those close to him to accept.

Anchorage police said that a limousine bus with 17 passengers was the target of a drive-by shooting early Sunday morning. The vehicle was hit numerous times with bullets fired from as many as four different guns.Jerzy Shedlock
Bicyclist Jeff Dusenbury was known in Anchorage cycling circles for pushing hard and going far, all the while with a smile on his face. So when he was killed Saturday morning on a quiet street close to his home, it was hard for those close to him to understand.Michelle Theriault Boots
Gothic-style fences with spiked, pointed tips mostly surround private residences for security and aesthetic reasons. But state biologists say the fences kill an average of one to two moose a year, hanging up or goring the animals that try to jump over the spiked tips.Devin Kelly
A public gathering in memory of Jeff Dusenbury, the bicyclist killed in a hit-and-run Saturday, is being held Sunday afternoon at 3:30 p.m. at the scene of the accident.Alaska Dispatch News
A National Guard soldier was attacked by a brown bear sow defending cubs during a training exercise on Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson Sunday, base officials said in a statement. Michelle Theriault Boots
Affixed next to a traditional grave marker, a QR code can offer instant access to more information about a person whose remains are memorialized. It’s a practice that’s gaining a foothold among cemeteries, including the Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery, which is looking to expand its use. Devin Kelly

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