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Napaskiak woman arraigned on murder charge

A 20-year-old southwest Alaska woman was arraigned Sunday in Bethel on a charge of first-degree murder in the death of her uncle.

Juneau Police investigate knife incident leading to local man’s death

Christopher Kenny, 50, was pronounced dead at Bartlett Regional Hospital on Saturday.

Court: Landowners may be eligible for compensation

The Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that a group of landowners may be eligible for compensation after suing the state for burning their properties

Guilty verdict in remote Alaska ’12 shootings

Jurors deliberating for about four hours have found a man guilty of attempted murder in a remote Alaska community.

Merchants Wharf arson suspect identified

No charges filed yet against 13-year-old girl in connection with Monday evening's incident

Anchorage residents demonstrate in solidarity with Ferguson, MO

Anchorage residents demonstrate in solidarity with Ferguson, MOAbout 25 people stood on the corner of C and 7th in downtown Anchorage on Wednesday evening holding signs reading “Black lives matter” and “His name was Michael Brown.”

Ketchikan police seize 5.5 pounds of pot

Ketchikan police seize 5.5 pounds of potA 59-year-old Ketchikan man has been charged with felony drug counts after a search of his home that police say turned up 5.5 pounds of marijuana.

Humane Society offers reward in Alaska dog hanging

The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward in connection with the death of a dog in Alaska that was found hanging from a tree with its throat slashed.

Trial delayed for doctor accused of possession, distribution of child porn

Trial delayed for doctor accused of possession, distribution of child pornDr. Greg Salard’s defense attorney asked for delay until Feb. 2015 so a computer forensics expert can review evidence

Firefighters called to suspicious fire at Merchants Wharf

Saturday evening's fire started in a trash can in the first floor women's restroom.