The terms of the settlement are confidential, but some effects of it may become public.
Several of the alleged assaults occurred at the Anchorage federal building, according to the indictment. Heitstuman faces up to 99 years in prison if convicted.
Survivors, advocates, and community members say the department is headed the right direction but has a long way to go to repair broken trust, especially among Alaska Natives.
The decision stems from a lawsuit the Alaska Legislative Council filed against Dunleavy, saying that he didn’t have the power to keep 94 appointees after a Dec. 15 deadline passed without the Legislature meeting to confirm them.
Bolger made these comments after giving his last State of the Judiciary address to lawmakers. He is retiring in June after completing his three-year term as chief justice.
The family says they’re willing to accept the truth, however unpleasant — but they want to know what happened that night.
A Facebook video of Wasilla police pinning down and arresting a woman last weekend at the local Walmart has gotten tens of thousands of views and drawn some criticism to the Wasilla Police Department.
The 57-43 vote was 10 short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict on an impeachment.
Murkowski says the House managers prosecuting the case have built a compelling timeline linking Trump’s words to the violence of the day.
Riyan Stossel admitted to making more than 100 fraudulent wire transfers to steal roughly $11,500 in museum funds.