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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

Legislature OKs $5.8 million in Capitol repairs

Legislature OKs $5.8 million in Capitol repairsThe need for major repairs has been well documented, punctuated by the occasional chunk of falling masonry.

Ferry LeConte breaks down, Aurora fills in

Ferry LeConte breaks down, Aurora fills inThe Alaska Marine Highway ferry Aurora is scheduled to take over LeConte sailings until it's repaired

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

Alaska Native languages bill clears final House committee

Alaska Native languages bill clears final House committeeA bill symbolically making 20 Alaska Native languages official state languages is heading to the House floor for a vote.

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

Firearms, crime scene analysts testify in Yakutat homicide trial

Firearms, crime scene analysts testify in Yakutat homicide trialThe cold case investigator says the defendant was not positioned consistently with an accidental shooting claim

Attorneys’ errors pile up in Yakutat homicide trial

Attorneys’ errors pile up in Yakutat homicide trialWednesday's back and forth between attorneys culminated in a call for a mistrial.

Court: Reinstate Tongass roadless rule exemption

Court: Reinstate Tongass roadless rule exemptionA federal appeals court issued an opinion Wednesday saying the roadless rule should not apply to Alaska’s Tongass National Forest.