The U.S. Coast Guard says a seaman will face a court martial on murder and other charges in the death of a fellow seaman.
Juneau police identified Kelly “Rabbit” Stephens as the man who was killed. The officer has not yet been named.
The lawsuit seeks to allow nurse practitioners, physician assistants and certified nurse midwives to provide abortions.
Attendees said in-person communication is invaluable in resolving thorny issues.
The Department of Corrections is asking for $400,000 to copy an estimated 908,645 pages of inmate mail each year.
Federal law enforcement officials say charges will soon be filed against Bethel Principal Chris Carmichael.
The Dunleavy administration argued that the funding violated the state constitution’s prohibition on dedicated funds, as well as its provision for an annual state budget. The judge rejected both of these arguments.
An Anchorage dentist is on trial for felony criminal counts of Medicaid fraud and reckless endangerment over — among other allegations — performing dentistry while on a hoverboard.
Since late October, KNOM has reported on four incidents in which Alaska State Troopers responded but did not post an online public dispatch. A spokesperson cited trooper workload as a reason.
Cody Eyre’s family claims that the city of Fairbanks and the Alaska Department of Public Safety failed to properly train officers to respond to a mental health crisis, and that officers used excessive force.