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Passenger killed in Yandukin Drive accident

Jessica Louise Billy identified as a passenger in a vehicle that turned in front of oncoming truck

Attorneys’ errors pile up in Yakutat homicide trial

Attorneys’ errors pile up in Yakutat homicide trial

Wednesday’s back and forth between attorneys culminated in a call for a mistrial.

Evidence suppression question dominates Yakutat homicide trial

Evidence suppression question dominates Yakutat homicide trial

Robert Kowalski’s defense moves to block testimony based on destroyed evidence

Witness memory tested during Yakutat homicide trial

Witness memory tested during Yakutat homicide trial

Yakutat lodge residents, employees try to remember July 1996 death of Sandra Perry

Witnesses begin taking the stand in Yakutat homicide case

Witnesses begin taking the stand in Yakutat homicide case

Sandra Perry’s son testifies about hearing about his mother’s death at the hands of Robert Kowalski

Jurors to hear opening statements in Yakutat cold case homicide

Jurors to hear opening statements in Yakutat cold case homicide

Robert Kowalski is accused of causing the 1996 death of Sandra Perry at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge

Trial underway in Yakutat homicide case

Robert Kowalski is accused of causing the death of Sandra Perry at the Glacier Bear Lodge in July 1996

Halfway house absconder picked up

Dakota Gallant and Jessica Bell have been lodged at Lemon Creek Correctional Center

VPSOs prepare for possibility of being armed

VPSOs prepare for possibility of being armed

The effort to allow VPSOs to carry guns cleared a major hurdle last week when the Alaska House unanimously passed the bill that does just that.

Slideshow: Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse dedication

Slideshow: Robert Boochever U.S. Courthouse dedication

March 3rd event honored longtime Juneau attorney and jurist