Colette Czarnecki, KSTK - Wrangell

Colette Czarnecki, KSTK - Wrangell
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Pulitzer-winning Alaska journalist discusses covering sexual violence during Wrangell visit

Kyle Hopkins, who won the Pulitzer Prize for the series "Lawless," says Alaska's criminal justice failures let people get away with sexual assault.

Wrangell installs anodes to protect corroded harbor pilings

Divers will install 830 pieces of "sacrificial metal" to divert electric currents at three harbor locations in the Southeast Alaska community.
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Woman asks Wrangell to certify people who can euthanize pets

With a vet in the Southeast Alaska town open just 10 days a month, Dorthea Rooney wants officials to let other people ease dying pets' suffering.
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Final report filed on cause of Wrangell’s deadly landslide

State geologists say the Nov. 20 Wrangell landslide that killed six people was caused by excessive amounts of rain in a short period of time.

Wrangell moorage rates could rise for uninsured boats

Residents were divided on the proposal during testimony before the local Port Commission last week.

After Wrangell’s deadly landslide, dogs helped the search and rescue team

After Wrangell’s deadly landslide last month, search and rescue teams worked around the clock for days looking through debris for six missing people. Teams of dogs assisted.
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Murkowski visits Wrangell in wake of deadly landslide

Sen. Lisa Murkowski met with relatives of the six victims, as well as local officials to discuss the Southeast Alaska community's response to the disaster.
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Wrangell search suspended for 12-year-old boy still missing in deadly landslide

Derek Heller was never found after the Nov. 20 slide that killed four other members of his family and 65-year-old Otto Florschutz.
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Husband of sole Wrangell landslide survivor found dead in search

The Thursday recovery of 65-year-old Otto Florschutz's body brings the Nov. 20 disaster's official death toll to five. Derek Heller, 12, is still missing.
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Power restored to homes cut off by last week’s Wrangell landslide

Two people remain missing after the deadly Nov. 20 slide. State officials are taking applications for assistance from people affected by the disaster.
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Wrangell landslide survivor’s story, in her own words

Christina Florschutz told her tale of survival from a Wrangell hospital bed, three days after the deadly Nov. 20 landslide that destroyed her home.
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‘That’s how I lived’: Wrangell landslide victim says sewing materials helped her survive

Christina Florschutz says she had just taken a shower when the deadly Nov. 20 landslide swept away her home, leaving her husband missing.