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A state lawmaker plans to introduce legislation that would ban compounds used to make synthetic cocaine. Republican Sen. Kevin Meyer of Anchorage says the drugs are making people sick "suicidal and very, very violent." His office says his plans are in...
Channel 2 NewsAt the Alaska Federation of Natives on Saturday, the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs and Sen. Lisa Murkowski held a field hearing focusing on suicide prevention in Alaska. Panelists from the federal, state and local levels discussed how to solve the...
Channel 2 NewsIt's a tragic problem that takes the lives of Alaskans each year. Our state suffers the highest suicide rate in the nation. To try and find a solution and to strengthen suicide prevention programs, federal agencies and tribal organizations sponsored a 3-...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Education
KTUU.comAlaska State Troopers say a DNA match has closed a cold-case investigation into a sexual assault against an 8-year-old girl two decades ago, linking the crime with a Wasilla man who committed suicide in 2006. According to a press release from troopers,...
A standoff between a suicidal man and law enforcement in Dillingham late Saturday night led to the closure of the Dillingham Airport overnight, that's according to Alaska State Troopers. AST spokeswoman Beth Ipsen said Dillingham Police received a...
A bomb exploded Wednesday at a crowded bus stop in central Jerusalem, wounding at least 25 people. The blast blew out the windows of two crowded buses. Rescuers were removing bloodied people from the area on stretchers. Israel's national rescue...
Tags: Israel, Hamas, Bombings, Guerrilla Activity, Health
Channel 2 NewsOver the last ten years, millions of dollars have been spent to reduce the number of suicides in the state, which are still at epidemic levels. A report from the state’s Suicide Prevention Council is discouraging to those on the front lines of...
KTUU.comAlaska State Troopers took a Scammon Bay man into custody Sunday morning, charging him with first-degree murder and kidnapping following a day-long standoff. At about 9:22 a.m. Saturday, the Bethel Police Department relayed a report to troopers from...
KTUU.comThe state troopers who fired their weapons during a Palmer shootout Thursday have been identified. Troopers spokesperson Megan Peters says Phillip “Nathan” Duce, David Eastwood-Koleszar and Joseph Hess, all assigned to the Palmer post, wounded...
Channel 2 NewsNearly two weeks into the trial of soldier Kip Lynch, accused of murdering his wife and infant daughter, the prosecution wrapped up its case with two witnesses. Raquell Lynch's mother took to the stand for a second time to clarify a few points, and while...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Justice System, Lawyers
Editor's Note: Video scenes of teenagers drinking alcohol are dramatizations. No alcohol was actually consumed. The teens volunteered their efforts to help promote awareness about underage drinking. When it comes to alcohol, Bethel is a community on a...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDENNY CRANE calls it "mad cow," but viewers of "Boston Legal" know William Shatner's character is in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. Another character on the show, Jerry Espenson (played by Christian Clemenson), has strange tics, can't keep his...
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