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The soon-to-be-last psychiatrist at the Alaska Psychiatric Institute testified at a hearing related to a lawsuit over the practice of holding psychiatric patients in jails. [Read More]
Among the incidents detailed in the report: A patient was raped in a TV room left unattended. [Read More]
Not much is publicly known about the mystery owner of the birds, and the family wants to keep his identity private. [Read More]
Eric Phillip of Akiachak had been reported missing Saturday night by family members, troopers said. [Read More]
Matthew Pasitnak, 27, was charged with assault and weapons misconduct. [Read More]
John Spinka, 65, of Soldotna was arrested. [Read More]
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Kevin Huckshorn of Wellpath discusses problems and solutions at troubled API and the importance of "trauma-informed care," among other topics. [Read More]
Winds are expected to peak Monday afternoon in the Anchorage Bowl. "A lot of the leaves are going to be blown off the trees," a... [Read More]
Troopers found Ralph Kvamme dead in the house he shared with his sister. He'd been stabbed in the chest. [Read More]
Timothy Sonnenberg, 45, and Jason Roberts, 43, were reported overdue from a hunting trip Friday morning. [Read More]
In Alaska's legal system, there are a few possible outcomes. [Read More]
A Kotzebue man lied to federal investigators about knowing Ashley Johnson-Barr, according to federal charges filed Monday afternoon. [Read More]
A Kotzebue man lied to federal investigators about knowing Ashley Johnson-Barr, according to federal charges that also said they were relatives and knew each other. [Read More]
Both of Alaska's senators have now said they want to hear more about allegation against nominee Brett Kavanaugh. [Read More]
The owner of Crystal Child Development Center said she fired two employees on the spot when she learned the results of the inquiry. [Read More]
The owner of Crystal Child Development Center said she fired two employees on the spot when she learned the results of the inquiry. [Read More]
The woman was more than four miles from the trailhead when she was impaled in the knee by an arrow left on the trail, troopers... [Read More]
The woman was more than four miles from the trailhead when an arrow pierced her knee, troopers said. [Read More]
State transportation workers found wet ground may have contributed to the small landslide, despite the lack of recent rain. [Read More]
State transportation workers found wet ground may have contributed to the small landslide, despite the lack of recent rain. [Read More]
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