Bob S. Huber, 31, arrested on an assault charge
Department of Corrections officials say fewer people released from Alaska prisons are committing crimes that return them to custody.
The Federal Election Commission ruled today that U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller can use campaign funds to appeal an $84,000 judgment arising from a campaign related lawsuit.
Brigadier General Mike Bridges, the Commander of the Alaska National Guard says there have been nearly more than two dozen alleged cases of sexual assault since 2009.
Tye Leif Petersen, 45, is being held in Juneau to await trial
Last Thursday, an employee at Denali National Park made a disturbing discovery while driving to the site of the landslide on the Park Road.
Officer Matthew Tokuoka’s widow filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging negligence, loss of consortium, breach of contract
A 2008 law that lets parents surrender newborn children at places like hospitals and fire stations, no questions asked, has never been used.
Three-week trial for Robert Kowalski moved to next March
Lawsuit documents provide best records of those who perished on Vanderbilt Reef in 1918