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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

Homer man shoots, kills self with Trooper’s pistol

Twenty-four-year-old Aaron Michael Rael-Catholic is dead following the incident Wednesday night.

Tribal judge: Bill to improve village public safety doesn’t go far enough

Tribal judge: Bill to improve village public safety doesn’t go far enoughThe U.S. Senate Indian Affairs Committee today looked at a raft of bills aimed at improving the safety of Native American communities.

Prosecution draws parallels between Yakutat and Montana shootings

Prosecution draws parallels between Yakutat and Montana shootings1996 Yakutat homicide defendant Robert Kowalski convicted for another death in 2008

Divergent views of Yakutat homicide recalled by witnesses

Divergent views of Yakutat homicide recalled by witnessesVictim's friend, Robert Kowalski's ex-wife remember various statements that suggest either intent or accident

Domestic violence stabbing suspect flees scene, later arrested

Wayne Walter Williams found in Douglas on Sunday

Senate passes bill to limit access to certain court records

Senate passes bill to limit access to certain court recordsSen. Fred Dyson’s bill would make it so all criminal cases that result in a dismissal or an acquittal are considered confidential.