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JPD seeks fugitive with history of drug and weapons offenses

JPD seeks fugitive with history of drug and weapons offensesNicholas DeTemple, 26, is wanted for a parole violation on an original charge of misconduct involving controlled substances

Prosecutors charge Anchorage doctor for Medicaid fraud

Dr. Shubhranjan Ghosh allegedly billed for $342,000 of services

Jury hangs on murder charge, convicts on another

Jury hangs on murder charge, convicts on anotherRobert Kowalski convicted of second-degree murder for 1996 death of Sandra Perry

Jury deliberating in Yakutat homicide case

Jury deliberating in Yakutat homicide caseThey could eventually return with verdicts for first- or second degree murder, manslaughter, or criminally negligent homicide

Sponsor of Judicial Council amendment set on getting floor debate

Sponsor of Judicial Council amendment set on getting floor debateThe sponsor of an amendment to reconfigure the Judicial Council says he wants a vote on the bill, even if the outcome is not guaranteed to be favorable.

Fire at Chapel by the Lake could have been much worse

Fire at Chapel by the Lake could have been much worseCapital City Fire / Rescue and the Juneau Police Department are investigating the fire

Defense rests, judgment of acquittal denied

Defense rests, judgment of acquittal deniedClosing arguments in Robert Kowalski homicide trial set for Wednesday

Defense witness: Accidental shooting possible

Defense witness: Accidental shooting possibleFormer police forensic analyst takes the stand in Robert Kowalski homicide trial

End in sight for Yakutat homicide trial

End in sight for Yakutat homicide trialRobert Kowalski trial closing arguments planned for as soon as Tuesday

“Explosive” testimony excluded as evidence

“Explosive” testimony excluded as evidenceNew opinion about Lorraine Morin's injuries unfairly introduced during Robert Kowalski's homicide trial