Laquan McDonald was shot 16 times in October of 2014, after he refused to follow officers’ instructions as he walked down a street with a knife.
Police made one arrest but they were still looking for two white male suspects. Witnesses said the men opened on protesters after they were asked to leave.
Few votes are held in the format that existed decades ago, when individual names were read aloud, but electronic voting isn’t mandatory.
With some of the most competitively priced policies on the marketplaces, “provider-led” plans can be popular with consumers. But analysts say it remains to be seen how many will succeed long term as insurers.
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Under the agreement, Tesoro Alaska will acquire a terminal at Fairbanks International Airport, including storage for 22,500 barrels of jet fuel.
A nursing home in northwest Alaska just began incorporating traditional Native foods donated by hunters into the menu.
The 39-year-old Fairbanks man was deer hunting with a 35-year-old Wisconsin woman in Columbia County on Sunday.
Alaska is lagging behind other states in providing what federal regulators have determined to be proper access to broadband in K-12 classrooms.
Mackey said he decided to race after consulting with his doctor. A surgery set for next month will remove a painful nail and nail bed.
The board’s decision comes after a majority of Bethel voters chose to support alcohol sales in the last advisory vote. It also marks the first time liquor licenses have been approved in Bethel in four decades.
The state Department of Labor on Friday says the state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 6.4 percent in October, and that’s unchanged from September.
Investigators say the crash occurred when a southbound pickup driven by 41-year-old David Fraker of Wasilla crossed the centerline and collided with a northbound small sedan driven by Jenkins.