In this newscast:
- Police searched a downtown house that neighbors suspect is used for criminal acts.
- Juneau wildlife managers believe this year will bring a successful deer hunting season.
- Former Alaska state Rep. Zach Fansler pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree harassment. He was sentenced to a year of probation, a 10-day suspended sentence, alcohol treatment and 80 hours of community service.
- No damage or injuries reported when the twin turboprop Cessna 441 touched down with malfunctioning landing gear.
- Earlier this month, the University of Alaska Fairbanks participated in an international field school in Utqiaġvik, giving early-career researchers a broad view of the Arctic coastal system and how it’s changing, along with some different methods for studying it.
- Superior Court Judge Philip Pallenberg sentenced Mack Parker, 52, to serve 24 months and pay $300 in court fees and fines.