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Police used gas and a Taser to end an hours-long standoff in South Anchorage Tuesday night, arresting a man in a car they say slammed into an officers vehicle during an afternoon chase.
The Lynx defeated the Cougars 2-1 on a go-ahead steal by Noah Alexander.
Chugiak beat Dimond 2-1 in the final minute and Service defeated South 2-1.
Malia Lyken led the Lynx with two goals.
The Wolverines beat West 11-0 and Service 16-2 Monday.
The search for a missing 22-year-old woman in Gambell has turned into a death investigation after her body was found several miles outside of the village, Alaska State Troopers say.
The Seawolves also finished second in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference all-sports trophy rankings.
Anchorage police are asking for help in locating Alicia Tatiana Smith, 16, who boarded a plane at Ted Stevens International Airport Sunday for unknown reasons.
Anchorage police are trying to contact one of the people who helped an officer save a drivers life Sunday, releasing a dash-cam video from a responding officer that shows the last-minute rescue.
A man was arrested at the scene of an apartment fire Tuesday morning and faces burglary, theft and drug charges after police said he raided apartments for prescription medications while firefighters fought the blaze.
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A person has been arrested and faces homicide charges after Alaska State Troopers responded to a report of a death at a remote cabin in Excursion Inlet.
The Anchorage and Chugiak fire departments were searching for the body of a missing kayaker at Eklutna Lake Monday evening.
The Mustangs used two second-half goals on the road to earn a Cook Inlet Conference victory.