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Juneau police seize pot, $42,000 cash from 21-year-old’s home

Juneau police seize pot, $42,000 cash from 21-year-old’s homePolice searched the suspect's home and arrested him Tuesday--the same day a judge signed paperwork setting aside his 2013 misdemeanor drug conviction.

State Supreme Court rules same-sex partners can access death benefits

State Supreme Court rules same-sex partners can access death benefitsThe Alaska Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex partners are eligible for death benefits, even though they are prohibited from marrying by the state Constitution.

Douglas dog owner defends animal’s actions after fatal attack

Douglas dog owner defends animal’s actions after fatal attackJody Vick says his pitbull-mastiff was provoked by a smaller Shiz Tsu

State Archives accepts Alaska Railroad, Territorial court records

State Archives accepts Alaska Railroad, Territorial court recordsHistoric documents to be stored in SLAM now under construction

Yakutat homicide case will likely be appealed

Robert Kowalski to serve forty years for 1996 shooting at Yakutat lodge

CBJ Planning Commission considers neighborhood appeal opposing Haven House

CBJ Planning Commission considers neighborhood appeal opposing Haven HouseTall Timbers Neighborhood Association says it has a right to appeal latest decision on Haven House

Peter Tony sentenced to 66 years in prison without parole

Peter Tony sentenced to 66 years in prison without parolePeter Tony was sentenced Tuesday to 66 years in jail with no parole for three consolidated child sex abuse counts in which he pleaded guilty.

Sunday night Anchorage shooting spree results in no injuries

Sunday night Anchorage shooting spree results in no injuriesAnchorage police say there's been no reports of injuries after more than 30 rounds were fired at a limousine bus containing 17 people.

Ketchikan approves background checks for volunteer chaperones

Ketchikan approves background checks for volunteer chaperonesThe Ketchikan School Board Wednesday night approved required background checks for volunteer chaperones on overnight school-sponsored trips.

Why a proposed ordinance could cripple some secondhand stores

Why a proposed ordinance could cripple some secondhand storesA proposed Juneau ordinance would make it easier to recover stolen goods, but some store owners say it's too broad and could cripple their business.