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Fire at Chapel by the Lake could have been much worse

Fire at Chapel by the Lake could have been much worse

Capital City Fire / Rescue and the Juneau Police Department are investigating the fire

Defense rests, judgment of acquittal denied

Defense rests, judgment of acquittal denied

Closing arguments in Robert Kowalski homicide trial set for Wednesday

Suspect subdued with help from police dog

Suspect subdued with help from police dog

Alaska State Troopers say one of their trained dogs came to the aid of an officer assaulted by a suspect in Wasilla.

Defense witness: Accidental shooting possible

Defense witness: Accidental shooting possible

Former police forensic analyst takes the stand in Robert Kowalski homicide trial

Lance Mackey arrested for violating condition release

Lance Mackey arrested for violating condition release

A four-time Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race champion was arraigned Monday after a weekend arrest.

Alaska gun crimes down, knife crimes up

Alaska gun crimes down, knife crimes up

UAA researchers say statistics show crimes committed using firearms are decreasing, while those with sharp objects like knives are rising.

End in sight for Yakutat homicide trial

End in sight for Yakutat homicide trial

Robert Kowalski trial closing arguments planned for as soon as Tuesday

“Explosive” testimony excluded as evidence

“Explosive” testimony excluded as evidence

New opinion about Lorraine Morin’s injuries unfairly introduced during Robert Kowalski’s homicide trial

Homer man shoots, kills self with Trooper’s pistol

Twenty-four-year-old Aaron Michael Rael-Catholic is dead following the incident Wednesday night.

Juneau Police treating crash fatality a homicide

Juneau police say they are treating a fatal car crash as a homicide investigation.