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17, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Sex trafficking in Alaska and youth vulnerability After Amber L. Batts was arrested for multiple counts of sex trafficking, the Covenant House Anchorage shares information about Alaska's sex trafficking issue.
16, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Arbitrator: Guard should not have been fired ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - A guard on duty the night a serial killing suspect committed suicide in an Alaska prison should not have been fired, an arbitrator found.
16, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Questions Remain About Alaska’s Prison Deaths A number of inmate deaths in Alaska prisons over the past few months have prompted state legislators to seek answers. But at a hearing hosted by Senator Hollis French (D – Anchorage) on Tuesday in Anchorage, few questions were resolved. Download Audio
11, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Woman charged with trafficking women for sex in Fairbanks, other Alaska communities ANCHORAGE — The alleged manager of an online business marketing women for commercial sex in five Alaska communities, including Fairbanks, has been jailed on sex trafficking charges.
09, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Ex-Coast Guard employee gets life for killing two others on Alaska base By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - A former U.S. Coast Guard employee convicted of shooting two co-workers to death at a remote Kodiak Island communications station two years ago was sentenced to four consecutive life terms in prison on Tuesday, federal prosecutors said. A federal court jury in Anchorage found James Michael Wells, 63, guilty in late April of two counts of first-degree ...
08, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Alaska man gets 4 consecutive life terms in prison in Coast Guard shooting deaths ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A 63-year-old Alaska man has been sentenced to four consecutive life terms after being convicted in the shooting deaths of two co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station on Alaska's Kodiak Island.
03, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Bear mauling victim found on Alaska island ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Human remains found ravaged by one or more brown bears on a southeast Alaska island are likely from a Sitka man overdue on a boating trip, Sitka police said Monday.
03, Jul 2014 - Anchorage Kenai man arrested for sex abuse Alaska State Troopers arrested a Kenai man in Anchorage on sex abuse charges Tuesday, culminating a two-week investigation by law enforcement.
27, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Hagel to make decisions on Guantanamo detainees 'fairly soon' By David Brunnstrom ANCHORAGE Alaska (Reuters) - - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said on Wednesday he will make decisions fairly soon about detainees at Guantanamo Bay detention center who Uruguay has offered to accept. U.S. President Barack Obama's administration wants to close the center in Cuba used to imprison people captured after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the United States and has been ...
25, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Alaska News Nightly: June 20, 2014 Convicted Killer Joshua Wade Claims Responsibility for 3 Additional Murders; Family of Wade's Alleged New Victim Demands Justice; House Ethics Panel Accused Don Young of Misusing Campaign Funds, Accepting Improper Gifts; State Rebuffs A Challenge to Its Gay Marriage Ban; Fairbanks Area Sees Heavy Rainfall, Flooding; New Placer Mining Permits Proposed; Fishers Flock to Anchorage's Slam'n Salm'n ...
24, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Pursuit ends at Whittier tunnel A Soldotna man is in jail after he led Alaska State Troopers on a chase on the Seward Highway before coming to an end at the Whittier Tunnel Sunday.
22, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Former deputy arrested after more than two decades on the lam ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Joseph Keenan May’s quiet life on the lam in Alaska was unraveled after he used his late stepbrother’s name to apply for a driver’s license and unemployment benefits, authorities said. May, a former sheriff’s deputy wanted since 1991 for capital sexual battery in Bradenton, Florida, was arrested on identity theft charges early […]
21, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Convicted Alaska murderer says he killed three more people By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - An Anchorage, Alaska, man already serving a life sentence in federal prison for two murders has confessed to three other killings, including a 20-year-old homicide, state and federal authorities said on Friday. Convicted murderer Joshua Wade, 34, told investigators that he is responsible for killing a 38-year-old man in 1994, a 30-year-old man in 1999 and ...
21, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Convicted Alaska killer says he killed 3 other people ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A man convicted of murdering one woman and tampering with evidence in the homicide of a second has told an Anchorage television station he killed three other people.
21, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Killer of nurse who worked in Fairbanks, Anchorage admits to more slayings ANCHORAGE — In exchange for information on three unsolved murders here, state and federal authorities announced Friday they have moved convicted killer Joshua Wade from an Alaska prison to a federal p
20, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Convicted killer says he killed 3 more; police plan press conference to discuss Joshua Wade ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A man convicted of murdering one woman and tampering with evidence in the homicide of a second has told an Anchorage television station he killed three other people.
18, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Alaska Family Disappearance Puzzles Police The disappearance of a woman, her two small daughters and her boyfriend in a small Alaska community is puzzling investigators. Rebecca Adams, her two daughters Michelle Hundley, five, and Jarraca Hundley, three, and her boyfriend Brandon Jividen disappeared around May 27. Cars belonging to Mr Jividen, 37, and Ms Adams 22, remain parked at the home, and their cell phones have been turned off. In ...
14, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Police still hopeful in search for missing Alaska family By Steve Quinn AU (Reuters) - Authorities remain hopeful that a missing Alaska couple and their two small children, last heard from about two weeks ago, will turn up alive and well, police said on Tuesday. Rebecca Adams, 22, her two daughters aged 5 and 3, and her 37-year-old boyfriend, Brandon Jividen, disappeared around May 27 from their home in Kenai, a coastal community of about 7,300 ...
14, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Air, ground search for missing Alaska family expands to wooded area near correctional facility KENAI, Alaska — The search for a missing Alaska family of four has expanded to a densely wooded forest near a jail close to the family's home, but officials said there has been no information to lead them to look in any specific location.
14, Jun 2014 - Anchorage FBI joins investigation of Alaska family missing; police chief says matter is top priority ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Multiple agencies including the FBI have joined Alaska's Kenai Police Department in the search for a family missing for almost two weeks.
14, Jun 2014 - Anchorage FBI to use dogs to search for missing Alaska family The FBI will send a canine team to track an Alaska couple and their two small children who went missing nearly two weeks ago, police said on Wednesday. Rebecca Adams, 22, her two daughters, ages 5 and 3, and her 37-year-old boyfriend, Brandon Jividen, went missing on May 27 from their home in Kenai, a coastal community of about 7,300 residents located 65 miles (105 km) southwest of Anchorage. An ...
05, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Man who disrupted Ore. flight gets probation PORTLAND, Ore. -- An Arizona man who tried to open an emergency exit during a flight from Anchorage, Alaska, to Portland, Oregon, has been sentenced to three years on probation. Alexander Michael Herrera faced years in prison after pleading guilty to interfering with a flight crew. But federal prosecutors recommended probation because he has shown "remarkable dedication" toward staying on his ...
05, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Ariz. man who disrupted Oregon flight gets probation PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- An Arizona man who tried to open an emergency exit during a flight from Anchorage, Alaska, to Portland, Oregon, has been sentenced to three years on probation. Alexander Michael Herrera faced years in prison after pleading guilty to interfering with a flight crew. But federal prosecutors recommended probation because he has shown "remarkable dedication" toward staying on ...
05, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Property Thefts Linked To Drug Use A jump in property thefts in Matanuska Valley communities spurred the Alaska State Troopers to start a new Crime Suppression Unit in Palmer this year. Property crimes in the Valley may be linked to the increased use of drugs, like heroin, and the trend upward - of both drug use and burglaries, has social costs that have yet to be tallied
05, Jun 2014 - Anchorage Washington man sentenced in Alaska police crash A 52-year-old man from Washington state has been sentenced in Alaska to eight years and three days in prison in a drunken-driving crash that injured an Anchorage police officer.
28, May 2014 - Anchorage Anchorage man fires at trooper in Cooper Landing, no injuries An Anchorage man is charged with attempted murder following an incident in Cooper Landing Sunday. Alaska State Troopers arrested Timothy J.
26, May 2014 - Anchorage Tonight's TV picks: 'NCIS' remembers Ralph Waite ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
25, May 2014 - Anchorage Man arrested in 1978 Alaska pipeline bombing A Fairbanks man acknowledged carrying out the bombing, U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler said, and decades later can still be prosecuted for falsely implicating another person who he said assisted him.
25, May 2014 - Anchorage Alaska News Nightly: May 22, 2014 Shifting Power In Alaska’s Legislature; Senate Panel Approves Labeling for GM Salmon; Funny River Fire Consumes Nearly 50k Acres; Tyonek Fire Grows To 1,800 Acres; Wildfire Smoke Cloaks Anchorage; Rep. Young Pushing Land Bill for Port Clarence Site; Congress Passes Water Bill with Alaska Amendments; Money, Drugs Missing From Barrow Police Station Evidence Locker; UAF Expecting Over $12 Million ...
25, May 2014 - Anchorage Alaska town decides to deal with a pair of criminals in the only way they can: banishment Without a jail, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment
23, May 2014 - Anchorage Alaska serial killer moved to medical cell ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - An Alaska serial killer who was the subject of a recent movie has been moved to Anchorage. KTVA reports (http://is.gd/pb1v2c) 75-year-old Robert Hansen was moved from the Seward jail May 11 to receive medical attention. He's being held in the medical segregation unit at ...
20, May 2014 - Anchorage Man arrested for shooting gun out of moving vehicle An Anchorage man is in jail after Alaska State Troopers allege he fired gunshots from a moving vehicle in the direction of houses while intoxicated on Kalifornsky Beach Road Sunday afternoon. Troopers arrested Darrel J.
20, May 2014 - Anchorage Milpitas home sales max at $985,000 in late April ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage With no jail, no cops, Alaska village turns to traditional punishment ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage Fox lineup: 'Gotham' paired with 'Sleepy Hollow' ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage NBC fall lineup: New night for 'The Blacklist'; final seasons for 'Parenthood,'  ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage In Alaska village, banishment helps keep peace ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage Alaska village turns to banishment to keep peace after deadly shooting of state troopers ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage In Alaska village, banishment helps keep peace - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Spo ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
19, May 2014 - Anchorage First City Festival lineup: Beck, National highlight offering ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) -- Without a jail or even armed law enforcement, the isolated Alaska village where two state troopers were shot and killed is turning to a traditional form of justice: banishment.
18, May 2014 - Anchorage Northwest Briefs May 19, 2014 ANCHORAGE, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers said a 52-year-old man was arrested in Idaho after two women in Alaska told police he sexually abused them. Trooper said Friday night that Anthony Gilliam is in custody in Fremont, Idaho, awaiting extradition to Alaska.
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