Havelock played a role in some of Alaska’s most important federal statutes, including the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act.
At least 11 structures — including commercial, residential and community buildings — have burned as a result of arson in the area since May.
The Two Rivers Lodge burned in the early morning hours of Monday, amid a string of still-unsolved arsons in the Two Rivers-Pleasant Valley area this summer.
Federal court documents allege that while he lived at Chilkat Lake, Panagiotou-Scigliano recruited minors to visit Haines that he had previously groomed for exploitation while living in Idaho.
The blank cards closely resemble those printed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and given to individuals receiving one of the COVID-19 vaccines, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection said.
Christopher Carmichael, a former Bethel elementary school principal, is currently serving a 15-year federal sentence for attempted coercion and enticement of a minor and a 25-year sentence for sexual abuse of a minor.
Alaska law requires that state and local law enforcement agencies collect DNA samples from all people charged with a crime against another person or a felony. But in a lot of cases, that hasn’t happened over the past 25 years.
James Aaron Stevens admitted in a plea agreement that he lied about where he harvested over 900,000 pounds of halibut and sablefish between 2014 and 2017.
Among Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s recent budget vetoes was $400,000 for the Alaska Legal Services Corporation, a private, nonprofit organization that provides free civil legal aid to Alaskans.
Anchorage police say an Eagle River couple is dead after a neighbor in their apartment building intentionally set fire to it early Saturday.