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A Palmer judge has denied a bail request by a woman accused of murdering her husband. According to the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, Lisa Donlon's attorney asked that bail be reduced to just $1,000. The attorney also asked that Donlon be allowed to post 10...
Tags: Alaska, Judges, Justice System, Murder, Lawyers
Channel 2 NewsAnchorage police say three businesses have been hit in the last week by a man who appears to be a young and eager job hunter -- but is actually a thief on the prowl for purses and iPhones. On Feb. 9, just after 2 p.m., a white man who looks like a...
More people want to work in health care and are signing up for higher education to make it happen, according to employment trends discussed at the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce’s “Make it Monday” forum this week. It doesn't come as much...
As cell phones evolve, consumer advocates and law enforcement warn that because they're now much more than phones, users are more at risk of identify theft than ever before. We now have it all at our fingertips: Internet connections that link to lots...
The Associated PressThe 22-year-old son of a Democratic Tennessee lawmaker has been convicted on two charges in the hacking of Sarah Palin's e-mail account while she campaigned on the Republican presidential ticket in 2008. The federal court jury reached its verdict...
Tags: Justice System, Entertainment, Tennessee, Trials, Sarah Palin
The Associated PressA federal jury in Knoxville has deliberated for a second day without a verdict in the felony case against a young man accused of hacking the e-mail of Sarah Palin. The jury deliberated Wednesday and will return again Thursday. Jurors worked behind closed...
The Associated PressA federal jury deliberated six hours without reaching a verdict Tuesday in the case against a former University of Tennessee student charged with hacking into Sarah Palin's e-mail. The jury of eight men and six women started deliberating in Knoxville...
Tags: Corporate Crime, Prosecution, Fraud, Alaska, Justice System
Jurors are scheduled to begin their deliberations Tuesday in the trial of a former University of Tennessee student charged with hacking into Sarah Palin's e-mail. Both sides gave their closing arguments in federal court in Knoxville on Monday. Defense...
Tags: Justice System, Computer Crime, Tennessee, Prosecution, Lawyers
Sarah Palin could testify as early as Friday at the Tennessee trial of a former college student charged with hacking into the ex-Alaska governor's e-mail. Husband Todd is also a potential government witness in the trial that will likely last into next...
Tags: Facebook, Alaska, Justice System, Computer Crime, Tennessee
The Associated PressA federal jury in the third day of deliberating the Sarah Palin e-mail hacking case has told the judge they are deadlocked on one charge after reaching unanimous decisions on three counts. The deadlocked charge is identity theft. U.S. District Judge...
Tags: Judges, Justice System, Entertainment, Tennessee, Sarah Palin
Channel 2 NewsThe mother of a 7-year-old girl who was repeatedly punched in the head and knocked unconscious by a bicycle thief Sunday says she's still in critical condition, but is expected to make a full recovery. Andrea Dunwoody says Byron Syvinski -- the man...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Prosecution, Health, Theft, Brain
The Police Chief of the Marion Police Department was arrested this morning on drug distribution charges. Michael Dean Roberts, or "Fireball", of Saltville, was arrested Wednesday morningávia a criminal complaint, according to a press release. He is...
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