Alaska wildlife conservation
director charged with
helping illegally kill bears
Craig Medred | Jan 12, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
The director of the Alaska Division of Wildlife Conservation has been charged with 12 counts of illegal hunting related to guiding activities in the bear-rich forests on the north side of Cook Inlet across from Anchorage, according to Alaska State Troopers.
Wildlife chief's resignation
Rick Sinnott | Jan 12, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
Less than two years after his appointment as director of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Wildlife Conservation, Corey Rossi has resigned, effective immediately. Dale Rabe, deputy director, has been appointed acting director.
New details emerge
in Alaska wildlife chief's resignation
Craig Medred | Jan 13, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
Officials of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game on Friday refused to release the letter of resignation submitted by former Director of Wildlife Conservation Corey Rossi, a man now charged in what looks to be an increasingly messy illegal bear hunt.
The spectacular rise of
Alaska wildlife manager
Craig Medred | Jan 15, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
- Two Part Series -
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How Alaska wildlife manager
Corey Rossi was charged with illegal hunting
Craig Medred | Jan 16, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
Part Two: CLICK HERE
Public safety chief
sought to keep Rossi affair
under wraps to protect probe
Craig Medred | Jan 19, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
Alaska Fish and Game Commissioner Cora Campbell was asked to keep quiet about a December investigation of Department of Wildlife Conservation Director Corey Rossi, according to the state Department of Public Safety.
New allegations surface
against disgraced former
Alaska wildlife chief
Craig Medred | Jan 20, 2012 | Alaska Dispatch
Not long after Corey Rossi organized what is alleged to be an illegal bear hunt for a trio of Outside hunters in 2008, he teamed with two members of the state Board of Game in an effort to scam themselves an illegal trophy hunt for musk ox in a subsistence-hunting area on the Seward Peninsula north of Nome, according to present and former members of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game.