As scandals force Alaska politicians to resign, nowhere have the accusations been more severe than a remote rural district where male leaders are proving to be part of the very problems they’re supposed to be solving.
The Sitka Police Department can provide gun locks for people who need them.
Fields was shot at his workplace after helping another employee break up a fight. There have been no arrests or charges.
An unspecified number of Alaskans got emails Tuesday warning them to “vote for Trump or else,” in an incident that’s drawn the attention of the FBI and state Division of Elections.
State seismologist warns against a “false sense of security.”
All of those infected were housed in the general population, the department said. Inmates are still being tested, with results expected by Monday.
At least two students climbed onto the roof, stuffed something down a vent pipe, and ignited it. The school superintendent called the damage “minimal.”
But since the next Assembly meeting isn’t until Oct. 26, there won’t be any resolution for some time.
It will close on Oct. 15, and the city wants everyone to have their belongings and food out by noon.
The Justice Department committed millions of dollars to improve public safety in rural Alaska after a trip U.S. Attorney General William Barr made to the region in May 2019.