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The woman was 34 weeks pregnant, nearly full term, when she was repeatedly assaulted by Iohani Dean, according to assault charges filed in the case.
An Anchorage Fire Department spokesman said crews are responding to about one or two fires daily at homeless camps in Anchorage.
The 32-year-old followed the guard in his vehicle and opened fire as they drove through the community, according to a police report summary.
The Zimovia Highway was reopened briefly Tuesday to locals only after crews cleared mud and debris from the roadway.
Two other crew members seriously injured in the crash remained hospitalized Wednesday, but their condition was improving, a U.S. Coast Guard spokesman said.
A 70 mph gust was recorded in the Potter Valley area early Wednesday, with windy conditions through the day in the Anchorage Bowl.
U.S. District Judge Joshua Kindred sentenced Garrett Elder to serve three years longer than federal prosecutors had recommended.
Anchorage was hit with between 17 and 30 inches of snow Wednesday and Thursday, leading to hazardous driving conditions by Friday.
The two-day snowstorm dumped up to 30 inches on the city. Several thousand homes and businesses remained without power in Southcentral Alaska on Friday.
Anchorage storm totals ranged from about 17 inches at Weather Service offices to about 30 inches on the Hillside and just over 3 feet in Girdwood.
The Seward Highway around Moose Pass and the Richardson Highway at Thompson Pass both reopened by Thursday afternoon.
The storm caused power outages Thursday morning affecting nearly 4,000 Chugach Electric members, largely in Anchorage and Girdwood, and more than 6,000 Homer Electric Association members from Nikiski to Sterling.
Parts of Anchorage could see up to 6 inches of snow by Wednesday before the precipitation changes to rain, meteorologists say.
Anthony Pisano was found guilty Monday on all 10 felony charges tied to the killings. The case previously ended in mistrial in 2020.
Marvin Roberts declined the settlement and his lawsuit against the city and four police officers is ongoing in federal court, according to Fairbanks municipal officials.