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Anchorage Press: Leaked investigations detail “rampant sexual misconduct” in National Guard

Anchorage Press: Leaked investigations detail “rampant sexual misconduct” in National GuardThe investigations tell of four sexual assaults and many incidences of sexual harassment against "fellow soldiers, new recruits, and civilian women, including high school JROTC cadets."

Judge allows same-sex marriages to continue in Alaska

Judge allows same-sex marriages to continue in AlaskaU.S. District Court Judge Timothy Burgess denied the state's request for a stay

Juneau nonprofit bridges Spanish language gap

Juneau nonprofit bridges Spanish language gapPiedra de Ayuda started a Juneau branch last year that offers Spanish translation and interpretation services.

Update: Federal judge strikes down Alaska’s gay marriage ban

Update: Federal judge strikes down Alaska’s gay marriage banFive gay couples challenged Alaska's same-sex marriage ban.

Juneau police chief apologizes for botched death notification

Juneau police chief apologizes for botched death notificationChief Bryce Johnson says no other agency is to blame for the incident

No charges in fight at party attended by Palins

Police in Alaska say no charges will be filed in connection with a fight that broke out at a party and involved members of former … more

Update: One person killed, two injured in Mendenhall Valley crash

JPD has identified the 33-year-old man killed in a car crash Wednesday on Mendenhall Boulevard.

Petersburg man appears in federal court on explosive charges

Mark Weaver, 59, was injured during a July explosion at a Petersburg rock pit

Suspect arrested in Costco smash and grab

Joseph John Finn, 31, has been arrested for the Sept. 17 burglary. He's charged with stealing $41,000 in jewelry from Costco last month.

Troopers investigating deaths in Shageluk

The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation in Bethel has deployed health care workers to the village of Shageluk where Alaska State Troopers are investigating two deaths. Dan Winkelman is the President and CEO of YKHC and a Shageluk tribal member