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Vigils planned to mourn 13-year-old Kake girl’s death

Vigils planned to mourn 13-year-old Kake girl’s death

As the investigation into her death continues, candlelight vigils are planned across Alaska tonight in memory of Mackenzie Howard.

Troopers investigating Kake girl’s death as a homicide

Troopers investigating Kake girl’s death as a homicide

Spokeswoman Beth Ipsen says investigators are continuing to work in Kake today while awaiting results of an autopsy performed by the state Medical Examiner’s office in Anchorage.

Integrity of preserved evidence from Benolken double homicide is questioned

Integrity of preserved evidence from Benolken double homicide is questioned

Newton Lambert, currently serving a 99-year sentence for Anne Benolken’s murder, wants DNA testing of James Benolken’s clothing.

John N. Marvin, Jr. found guilty in Hoonah double homicide

John N. Marvin, Jr. found guilty in Hoonah double homicide

Guilty verdicts returned in the trial of John N. Marvin, Jr.

Prosecution rests, defense moves for judgment of acquittal in Marvin case

Defense said there was not enough evidence to find accused killer guilty beyond a reasonable doubt

Hoonah man testifies about spent bullet found at homicide scene

Spent round was found on the pavement during a vigil service a few days after the shooting of Matthew Tokuoka and Anthony Wallace

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 6

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 6

An unusual Saturday trial session is being held in the case of John Marvin, Jr. who’s accused of causing the deaths of Hoonah police officers … more

Jurors to hear arguments in Hoonah double homicide case

Prosecution and defense to make their case, present evidence during John Marvin trial.

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 1

Live Blog: Hoonah homicide trial day 1

John Marvin, Jr., 47, stands trial for the August 28, 2010 deaths of Hoonah police officers Matt Tokuoka and Tony Wallace. After allegedly shooting both … more

Hoonah double homicide trial to start Monday

John Marvin, Jr. is competent to stand trial. Superior Court Judge David George made that ruling on Friday afternoon after hearing from two psychologists give their opinion of Marvin.