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Highway Hijinks

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Wildlife Trooper John Simeon always brings the appropriate defense when heading into the woods.

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Follow Troopers as they battle crime and enforce wildlife laws from the breathtaking Seward Highway to the Alaskan back country. Stretching 127 miles on the Kenai Peninsula, the Seward Highway is packed with locals and tourists, making it a busy season for Troopers. From traffic stops to fleeing suspects to checking bear bait stations, Alaska State Troopers hunt criminals and keep the peace.