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A meth-filled teddy bear was involved in one case.
There are still questions about specifics in the ruling.
He’s facing multiple felonies.
Convicted murderers say prison officials framed them in escape attempt.
She went from angry to inspirational.
His blood-alcohol level was four times the legal limit.
Daniel Schally is returning to Juneau.
She was found with a pastor’s credit card, police say.
The sentence will likely be handed down in January.
It’s the first murder in Yakutat in more than 20 years.
The long, highly publicized case could be coming to an end.
The Juneau man was wanted on three warrants, and police are asking the public for help in finding him.
A Southeast Alaska husband and wife were sentenced to a year in prison for not paying taxes.
Officers who shot and killed former Juneau resident Cody Eyre will not face criminal charges.
A highly publicized case is scheduled for trial in October.
The occupants of 401 Harris Street, including co-owner James Barrett, must be out of the house by next week.
Co-conspirators in multiple drug cases were sentenced in federal court this week.
The lawsuit between the city and the cruise industry won’t be resolved any time soon.
The family of a Thunder Mountain High School graduate is preparing a lawsuit against the state.
The residents of 401 Harris Street, including co-owner James Barrett, have until Oct. 1 to repair the home or the CBJ will condemn the building.