The main doors of the Alaska Capitol, Feb. 24, 2015. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)

Q&A: Legislative aide lobbied for amendment that could benefit son in sex crime case

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KTUU is reporting that a local legislative aide tried to affect a state law in a way that would benefit his son, who state prosecutors said sexually abused a 12-year-old girl when he was 18. KTUU reporter Austin Baird discusses the story.
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The caption on this artwork reads Academic Building, Indian School, Carlisle, PA. (Public Domain image from National Archives and Records Administration)

Group working to bring remains of 15 Alaska Natives home from Carlisle

By | Alaska Native Arts & Culture, Alaska Native Government & Policy, Arts & Culture, Education, Featured News, Government, Health, History, Mental Health, Military, Nation & World, State Government | No Comments
Bob Sam of Sitka has been helping repatriate human remains for 30 years. He says the Army wants to the Carlisle school's repatriation completed in less than a year, and they’re going to foot the bill.
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