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Telephone scam threatens AELP customers

Telephone scam threatens AELP customersAnother telephone scam hit the capital city Wednesday

Coast Guard shooter to serve four consecutive life terms

Coast Guard shooter to serve four consecutive life terms63-year-old James Wells was sentenced today to four consecutive life sentences for a double murder at the Kodiak Coast Guard Base two years ago.

For Seattle cops, marijuana biz is business as usual

For Seattle cops, marijuana biz is business as usualWith Alaska voters considering legalizing marijuana this fall, here's a look at how a similar change impacted Seattle law enforcement.

Man stabs Anchorage police dog during chase

Man stabs Anchorage police dog during chaseAn Anchorage police dog is expected to survive after he was stabbed by a suspect during a chase early Saturday.

Juneau police arrest suspect in Gold Street racial incident; may also be suspect in Celebration case

Juneau police arrest suspect in Gold Street racial incident; may also be suspect in Celebration caseJuneau police believe they have a suspect in connection with a racial incident that marred the parade at the end of last month’s Celebration.

Police say no foul play in Salmon Creek trail death

Police say no foul play in Salmon Creek trail death"There isn’t anything from the case that makes it appear to be nefarious in any way," Campbell says.

Burglary and theft mar Juneau residents’ July 4th

Burglary and theft mar Juneau residents’ July 4thCrime did not take a holiday on the Fourth of July

Tribes seek to intervene in lawsuit over Pebble

Tribes seek to intervene in lawsuit over PebbleA consortium of tribes is seeking to intervene in support of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in a lawsuit challenging EPA's authority to potentially block the proposed Pebble Mine.

Begich, Young split on birth control ruling

Begich, Young split on birth control rulingSen. Mark Begich says he disagrees with a U.S. Supreme Court decision that found that some companies with religious objections can avoid the contraceptives requirement in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.

Juneau resident pronounced dead on Flume Trail

Juneau resident pronounced dead on Flume TrailJuneau resident Peter J. McKay, 63, was found unconscious on the Flume Trail Saturday afternoon and was pronounced dead.