A Chrysler sedan heading east crossed the center line of the highway in Wasilla and struck a Toyota minivan, according to troopers.
The two people hurt in the collision near West Sunset Avenue and Gon Fishin Drive were being taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, troopers said.
Teens with Myles Williams told Alaska State Troopers that he fell off the back of a boat early that morning.
Angela Lincoln, 43, accepted about $30,000 in payment for smuggling opioids into the Goose Creek Correctional Center during 2019 and 2020, charging documents say.
The fire was caused by electrical problems in one of the bedrooms, troopers said.
A proposal to relocate Sitka black-tailed deer into areas crisscrossed with roads, farms and established wildlife populations may ultimately cause more problems than it’s worth, says an internal report from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.
Only 15% of the eligible voters cast ballots in local elections. More than 2,100 absentee ballots remain to be counted.
A man died Tuesday night and three residents were displaced after a home caught fire in the Meadow Lakes area, troopers said.
Brian Bohman, 62, had offered 27-year-old Garrett Livingston a place to live for the last year, his family said. Livingston is now accused of killing Bohman.
Former Wasilla mayor Bert Cottle, Palmer Mayor Edna DeVries and recent Mat-Su Assembly member Matthew Beck are vying for the position of borough mayor.
Garrett Livingston, 27, was walking along a nearby road carrying a blood-covered knife after 62-year-old Brian Bohman was found bleeding from multiple stab wounds, according to troopers.
The multifamily complex was substantially damaged, although the fire was contained to about half of the structure, an official said.
“We don’t think there was any damage to the other plane, but we don’t know that because it kept going,” NTSB Alaska chief Clint Johnson said.
The home on West Stinson Road in Willow was fully engulfed in flames when first responders arrived Tuesday afternoon, troopers said.
There have been cows on the Havemeister family land near Palmer since 1935. The dairy produces milk for grocery stores around Southcentral.
The man and his wife had just arrived in Massachusetts from Palmer for a vacation when the tool pierced the windshield of their rental car, state police said.
Once a rising star in snowmachine racing, Graeber was severely injured in a race 13 years ago. This summer he became a state and city motocross champion.
The Wasilla woman also told officers she had a bomb, according to troopers.
The man flipped his camouflage jacket inside-out to be more easily identified by the medevac aircrew, the Guard said.
The package contained a flyer that stated the sender was “sent from God,” among other incoherent statements, troopers said.