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Since Jan. 4, fishermen and canneries have been in negotiations. As of Thursday, the canneries had increased their price up to $3.25 per pound of tanner crab, which is a 75-cent increase from their initial offer in early January of $2.50. However, on Friday Jan. 27, the fleet turned down the offer, saying it is still too low, considering the extreme situations their job puts them in.
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FastCast digital headlines for Friday, Jan. 27, 2023.
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The sentenced include 46-year-old Filthy Fuhrer (formerly known as Timothy Lobdell), 44-year-old Roy Naughton, 41-year-old Glen Baldwin, 30-year-old Colter O’Dell, and 57-year-old Craig King, who were each convicted of racketeering conspiracy, kidnapping resulting in death, kidnapping conspiracy, murder in aid of racketeering, and conspiracy in aid of racketeering on May 2, 2022. Fuhrer and Naughton were also convicted of an additional two counts each of kidnapping conspiracy, assault in aid of racketeering, and kidnapping.
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The former Health Department Director Joe Gerace has been accused of civil fraud. The complaint alleges that Gerace was paid $94,783.69 over 203 days by the State Active Duty service for a higher rate of compensation than he was entitled to for duty with the Alaska State Defense Force (ASDF).
Updated: Jan. 26, 2023 at 3:12 PM AKST
Alaska’s News Source Anchor Ariane Aramburo brings you an update on an Anchorage police homicide investigation in the Northstar neighborhood off West Fireweed lane after reports of shots fired Wednesday night, an Anchorage Assembly committee on housing and homelessness meeting discussed the emergency shelter plan and timeline, as well as the Permanent Fund dividend education raffle winners being announced yesterday by Gov. Mike Dunleavy.