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People on his route referred to him as a “daily friend” and “hero.”
Thirty years after the brutal murder of an elderly man, the case remains unsolved.
The suspect claimed he was trying to push the victim away during an altercation.
Windy weather wasn’t enough to deter people from paying their respects.
One person was treated for minor injuries.
Three major events are taking place Thursday.
One church suffered about $10,000 in damages.
The man allegedly attempted to ignite a bomb near Herring Cove Road in Sitka on Oct. 4.
The owner of Deckhand Dave’s offered to buy the entire property.
The department has had a hard time recruiting and retaining paramedics.
The sentence will likely be handed down in January.
It’s the first murder in Yakutat in more than 20 years.
The ‘eyesore’ likely isn’t moving anytime soon.
No humans were harmed.
Pretrial officials are still trying to clear up misconceptions about the program.
St. Vincent De Paul of Juneau lost its leader this summer, but the charitable organization continues to move forward in his absence.
He’s awaiting trial for attempting to smuggle drugs into prison.
Six days after Taylor Cope outran police, he was found and arrested.
One person is reportedly dead after being mauled by a bear near Greens Creek Mine.
Group will examine city’s role in child care and gauge public opinion.