Prosecutors continued revealing their case Thursday in the Jason Coday murder trial in Juneau, presenting the last of eyewitnesses and moving to physical evidence.
Coday is accused of murder and misconduct involving weapons for using sawed-off rifle to fatally shoot a construction worker at the back of Juneau’s Fred Meyer store last August. 26-year old Simone Kim, a painter from Anchorage, was talking to a pair of tree trimmers when he was killed.
- However, the Juneau Police Department continues to take anonymous drops in its lobby during regular business hours Monday through Friday.
- "Suffice to say Alaska, the massive state with such a small population, might have a bigger influence on the selection for the Republican nominee for the presidency, than you might think," said GOP Chairman Peter Goldberg.
- The first sighting of wood bison calves born in the wild could mean big changes in the ecosystem of western Alaska.
- The aspiring distiller behind Skagway Spirits hopes to open its doors this year, and to be bottling and fully open for business by next summer.