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The Tuesday crash left the victim’s truck “partially submerged in the Salmon River,” troopers said.
The victim, a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employee, was fatally injured shortly before 4 p.m. Monday.
The driver police say caused a crash that injured four people on the Glenn Highway near Northway Mall this month had massive amounts of alcohol in his system, according to charging documents.
Investigators said the de Havilland Beaver’s wing struck the water, according to a passenger’s account. The pilot and six cruise ship passengers were on board.
Rick Koch died after the crash on the Dalton Highway about 50 miles northwest of Fairbanks, Alaska State Troopers said.
The union's former secretary-treasurer took more than $193,000 from January 2010 through September 2014, federal prosecutors said.
The victim was descending with two other climbers along the mountain’s West Buttress route and suffered “unknown illness” early Friday, park officials said.
Police found alcohol containers in the suspect’s vehicle and smelled alcohol on him after the May 27 wreck that injured him and three other people, according to charging documents.
A man was in critical condition Friday morning, police said, following the shooting in a sedan outside a Carrs Safeway store.
The 400-pound young boar attacked the 6-month-old puppy Wednesday morning, according to troopers and state biologists.
Fish and Game biologists and a park ranger followed tracks for about three hours before calling off the search for the bear, which is believed to have suffered a minor wound from police gunfire.
The 40-year-old man was pronounced dead Tuesday night after he was found unresponsive in his cell Saturday.
The Coast Guard said the men left Unalakleet Saturday morning in a 22-foot, open-top aluminum ocean boat.
A brown bear was fatally shot along Hiland Road early Tuesday, one of two bear-related incidents under investigation by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
“Please continue to pray for yourself. I don’t know what you were thinking, but we forgive you," the victim's mother said in a message to suspect Clyde Reynolds.