5.1 magnitude earthquake. 278km SE of Kodiak, Alaska

Map. History of Alaska conflict

25 February 2020
The intersection of Dimond Boulevard and C Street is closed due to a crash. Anchorage police say the crash involved multiple vehicles.
3 week ago
NORAD positively identified two Tu-160 Blackjack Russian Bombers entering the Canadian Air Defense Identification Zone on Friday, Jan. 31, 2020. The Russian aircraft remained in international airspace and did not enter United States or Canadian sovereign airspace.
3 week ago
5.1 magnitude earthquake. 278km SE of Kodiak, Alaska
0825Z: USAF F-22s COBRA21 & 22 scrambled from Elmendorf AFB, Alaska heading northbound
RUAF strategic bombers noted airborne
3 week ago
3.2 magnitude earthquake. 77km NNE of Circle, Alaska
Flight carrying passengers from Wuhan, China landing in Anchorage, Alaska. It's next stop is the March Air Reserve Base
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) An airplane that a federal official said was evacuating as many as 240 Americans from a Chinese city at the center of a virus outbreak departed Wednesday has landed in the U.S
The Kalitta Air flight carrying 240 people being repatriated from Wuhan, China, has arrived in Anchorage, Alaska. State DHSS says the passengers will all deplane for the refuel and so that they can go through health screenings and border customs. coronavirus Alaska
Plane carrying U.S. citizens from virus-hit Wuhan lands in Anchorage
4 week ago
5.6 magnitude earthquake. 48km W of Amatignak Island, Alaska
4 week ago
5.0 magnitude earthquake. 57km WSW of Amatignak Island, Alaska
1 month ago
4.3 magnitude earthquake. 25km SE of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
4.1 magnitude earthquake. 16km ENE of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
4.0 magnitude earthquake. 45km SE of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
1 month ago
4.2 magnitude earthquake. 20km ESE of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
1 month ago
A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck near the westernmost point of Alaska's Aleutian Islands Wednesday night. The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake happened at 7:53 p.m. Alaska Standard Time (12:53 a.m. Thursday EST) about 14 miles east of Tanaga Volcano and 60 miles southwest of Adak, Alaska. It was about six miles deep.
1 month ago
6.2 magnitude earthquake. 22km E of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
The victim has been identified as 43-year-old Sophie Barnes Ishnook. The cause of death is still being investigated.
1 month ago
3.0 magnitude earthquake 38 km from Cohoe, Alaska, United States
Shishaldin volcano warning just issued by @USGS.1 month ago
Shishaldin volcano warning just issued by @USGS.
Shishaldin Volcano, Alaska Activity resumed overnight, visible lava flows, and a weak cloud, possibly of ashes. Cold Bay's Photos @alaska_avo1 month ago
Shishaldin Volcano, Alaska Activity resumed overnight, visible lava flows, and a weak cloud, possibly of ashes. Cold Bay's Photos @alaska_avo
In three Alaska communities vigils were held for a woman found dead inside her Fairbanks apartment Sunday night, a victim of murder
ANCHORAGE: Detectives are still seeking to identify this suspect from an October 2019 arson investigation.  residence on the 2000 blk of Mona Ave1 month ago
ANCHORAGE: Detectives are still seeking to identify this suspect from an October 2019 arson investigation. residence on the 2000 blk of Mona Ave
1 month ago
Police identify suspect in officer-involved shooting. APD says 35-year-old Dustin Folse was the man holding the crossbow.
Officer-Involved Shooting; Area of Huffman Rd. & Silver Fox Lane; The suspect has been identified as Dustin Folse (35 years old)
Degassing and multiple lava flows emitted by the Shishaldin volcano , Alaska1 month ago
Degassing and multiple lava flows emitted by the Shishaldin volcano , Alaska
The Mount Shishaldin is a volcano on Unimak Island in the Aleutian Islands chain of Alaska1 month ago
The Mount Shishaldin is a volcano on Unimak Island in the Aleutian Islands chain of Alaska
Although 47-year-old John Kellogg was found dead on Dec. 28, troopers believe he died on his property Christmas Day
1 month ago
Shishaldin Volcano shot ash to more than 20,000 feet and possibly 24,000 feet, the Alaska Volcano Observatory said
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