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Daughter prompts father to apologize to man he bullied

Daughter prompts father to apologize to man he bullied

When Louie Amundson of Eagle River had a conversation with his daughter about bullying, she asked if he had ever bullied anyone.

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With shooting victim's death, Anchorage hits 16 homicides in 2015

A 39-year-old man who was shot multiple times May 11 in Muldoon has died at a local hospital, police say. His death marks the 16th Anchorage homicide of the year in the highest annual body count in the city since at least 2010.

Bethel police need help identifying man related to Sunday stabbing

Police are asking for the public’s help identifying and locating a person of interest in the homicide of Eunice Whitman. Whitman was found stabbed to death early Sunday morning along a boardwalk in a Bethel park.

Long-delayed Road Plan to Juneau goes Public

Man seriously hurt, cubs killed after Juneau bear-motorcycle crash

A bear-motorcycle collision on the Glacier Highway in Juneau ultimately left one man injured and three bears dead Thursday morning, after officials decided to kill two cubs of a sow that died in the crash.

Anchorage police name victim in fiery Eagle River crash

Anchorage police name victim in fiery Eagle River crash

1:50 P.M. THURSDAY UPDATE: Anchorage police say alcohol and speed are “suspected contributing factors” in Wednesday night’s head-on collision which left one man dead in Eagle River, with three other people also injured.

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Palmer jury convicts man in teen girl’s Jim Creek rape

A Chugiak man has been convicted on all counts in the brutal August rape of a teenage girl near Jim Creek, in which prosecutors said he strangled the victim when she wouldn't comply.

Salmon skin wallets, crab shell shirts? Small Alaska business tries fishy fashion

How's this for a fashion trend: salmon skin accessories and crab shell clothing. With the help of a successful Kickstarter campaign, a small Juneau business hopes it's on to the next big thing. 

Shell Kulluk Runs Aground near Sitkalidak Island

Report: Deficient risk assessment led to Kulluk grounding

A federal agency says the grounding of a Royal Dutch Shell PLC mobile offshore drilling rig in 2012 was due to the company's inadequate assessment of risk involved in a winter tow across the treacherous Gulf of Alaska.

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