The FBI says Johnson left four messages on Murkowski’s voicemail, including one on Sept. 29 in which he allegedly threatened to hire a hitman.
It’s the third prominent incident of hateful and racist vandalism near a Ketchikan school in the past six months.
Another Alaska agency says it’s become the victim of a cybersecurity “incident,” making it the fourth to disclose such a disruption in the past year.
ADN reporter Michelle Theriault Boots says the deaths have gone mostly unnoticed by Anchorage residents in recent years.
Douglas Farnsworth has been missing for more than a week.
Hueper said she feels like she’s off the hook but would like to hear it from the FBI or the Department of Justice.
Alaska Electric Light & Power reports that nearly everyone in town should have their power back by now.
“We’re pretty much overwhelmed with referrals right now,” said the Community Assistance Response and Emergency Services director.
The men were frequent visitors to Yakutat and well known in the community.
The Dunleavy administration has refused to release documents that could shed more light on its response.