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Patrolling America's largest state is the job of roughly 400 troopers in one of the toughest law enforcement agencies in the nation. Essentially, these cops say, nearly every Alaskan resident is armed and they know how to use their weapons, which makes any scenario a trooper encounters a potentially fatal one. Follow along as the "blue shirt" Alaskan State Troopers police the towns and villages, and the "brown shirt" Alaska Wildlife Troopers enforce regulations covering both commercial and sport fishing and hunting activities.

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Wildlife Troopers Ernie Brent and Levi Duell race on snow machines against the time and the freezing temperatures to rescue a missing pilot.; Trooper Johnson is on a mission to catch a snow machine thief.
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Troopers Noll, Taylor and Hess arrive on the scene of a brutal crime.
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A felony stop in Fairbanks; saving a pooch from Alaskan wildlife; patrolling thin icy waters of ice-fishing lakes; hunting a dangerous wild lynx.
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A car rolls off of a cliff and into a stream on a mountain pass; an unresponsive man passes out in his car in the middle of the road; a young woman says masked men are trying to enter her home.
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Recreation is at its peak in Alaska, but as summer smolders on, so does trouble.
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Icy roads of Alaska cause issues for residents and the state troopers trying to keep them safe.
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Trooper Noll hears some frightful words while responding to a domestic disturbance call.
aired 7 days ago
Alaska troopers team pursue a wanted man through a forest; protecting the neighborhood from a curious bear.
aired 8 days ago
A suspected drunken driver goes in the wrong direction; an ATV theft; a man stalks his former landlord; coldhearted thieves steal a family's snowmobile, its only means of transportation.
aired 9 days ago
The Troopers face wintry conditions while pursuing suspects.
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Icy roads and high speed chases; tourists lurking too close to brown bears; wind-chilled nights with burglars on the prowl.
aired 15 days ago
Tracking down thieves through snowy backwoods; a mysterious blaring horn; an armed and aggressive home intruder.
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Troopers scramble to rescue stranded citizens; a man who has brutally assaulted his sister; a crazed man who is armed with rocks.
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Trooper Joe Miller tries to catch a reported knife-wielding man; a wanted criminal; a man plows his truck off the road.
aired 16 days ago
Troopers brave the cold winter night as they search for a man who is threatening to take his mother's life.
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An out-of-control wildfire heads straight for Fairbanks, Alaska; evacuating the dangerous area is challenging.
aired 24 days ago
Troopers respond to one call after another, from an apparently aggressive rabbit to a family member involved in a car crash.
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Pursuing a stolen vehicle in icy conditions; a car accident involving a moose; searching for a burglary suspect.
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The troopers set up a sting operation; a violent man causes a tense standoff.
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A woman in distress stuck on a rocky cliff; dealing with erratic drivers and disturbance calls; keeping the streets and forests of Alaska safe.
aired 25 days ago
A gruesome fire leaves an elderly woman dead; Trooper Determan happens upon a robbery.

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