Former McLaughlin Youth Center head faces child-porn charges

Former McLaughlin Youth Center head faces child-porn charges

A former superintendent of Anchorage’s state detention facility for juvenile offenders has been charged with federal child-pornography offenses.

Chris Klint
'An interesting question:' Alaska journalist on Mallott resignation

'An interesting question:' Alaska journalist on Mallott resignation

As the state takes stock after Byron Mallott’s resignation as lieutenant governor, a longtime Alaska journalist and political observer says it has helped create a nationwide opening for Native women.

Chris Klint
School report leads to arrest in girl’s sexual abuse

School report leads to arrest in girl’s sexual abuse

An Anchorage man has been accused of sexually abusing a young girl, after police say she came forward about the case to school authorities.

Chris Klint
'Tell someone:' Victim in Mat-Su teacher abuse case speaks

'Tell someone:' Victim in Mat-Su teacher abuse case speaks

A former student of a Wasilla teacher accused of sexually abusing students is urging other people to come forward if they’ve been hurt.

Heather Hintze
Beier gets decades for trying to kill friends

Beier gets decades for trying to kill friends

A man convicted of attempting to murder his male and female friends after he believed they were sleeping together has been sentenced to nearly a century in prison.

Chris Klint
Father, son wounded in East Anchorage shooting

Father, son wounded in East Anchorage shooting

Two people were wounded Tuesday night, Anchorage police said, when a suspect opened fire on a vehicle they were sitting in.

Chris Klint
Woman dead after fall into Ketchikan waters

Woman dead after fall into Ketchikan waters

A Ketchikan woman is dead Wednesday after she reportedly slipped and fell into Southeast Alaska waters near her home.

Manny Creech
Begich: Mallott replacement was ‘appropriate course of action’

Begich: Mallott replacement was ‘appropriate course of action’

Gov. Bill Walker’s Democratic challenger in next month’s general election has backed his hard line on former lieutenant governor Byron Mallott’s abrupt resignation Tuesday.

Chris Klint
3 Alaska schools earn federal performance honor

3 Alaska schools earn federal performance honor

Homer Middle School, Pioneer Peak Elementary School and Steller Secondary School are this year's National Blue Ribbon Schools in Alaska.

Scott Gross
Special meeting planned to talk about Seward flooding

Special meeting planned to talk about Seward flooding

Seward's city manager has called a special meeting on Friday to propose an extended state of emergency due to weather and road conditions.

Manny Creech
$3M donation will fund child abuse treatment center

$3M donation will fund child abuse treatment center

Alaska CARES, the state’s largest children’s advocacy center, is getting a $3 million donation from the Southcentral Foundation for operations and to build a new treatment facility, according to a news release Wednesday.

KTVA Web Staff
Report: Alaska violent crime rates significantly higher than national average

Report: Alaska violent crime rates significantly higher than national average

A presentation by the State's Criminal Records and Identification Bureau Chief compares Alaska's recently released crime statistics to national figures, with Alaska leading in several main violent and property crime categories. 

Daniella Rivera & John Thain
Lt. Gov. Mallott steps down amid 'inappropriate comments'

Lt. Gov. Mallott steps down amid 'inappropriate comments'

L.t. Gov. Byron Mallott has resigned, according to Gov. Bill Walker.

Steve Quinn
Young Alaskans reflect on lessons from Elders & Youth

Young Alaskans reflect on lessons from Elders & Youth

“What I learned the most is I'm not alone in wanting to keep my culture alive," said Brianna Frisby from Juneau.

Heather Hintze
Alaska veterans leave for Honor Flight to Washington DC

Alaska veterans leave for Honor Flight to Washington DC

A group of more than 20 veterans will tour war memorials in Washington D.C. as part of the Last Frontier Honor Flight.

Joe Vigil
$32K of illegal alcohol seized in Togiak

$32K of illegal alcohol seized in Togiak

A Togiak tribal police officer and the Togiak Tribal Court got a tip that alcohol was being brought to the village by air cargo and seized several containers of whiskey, some disguised in apple juice containers.

KTVA Web Staff
Seward flooding prompts emergency declaration, school closures

Seward flooding prompts emergency declaration, school closures

Seward's city manager issued an emergency declaration Tuesday, due to heavy rains that have left high water throughout town.

Melissa Frey
NTSB: Helicopter was in ‘free fall’ before fatal Southeast crash

NTSB: Helicopter was in ‘free fall’ before fatal Southeast crash

The pilot in a Southeast Alaska helicopter crash which left himself and one of his two sons missing, with another man subsequently found dead, had cut the helicopter’s power shortly before the crash according to federal investigators.

Chris Klint
No jail time for man who pleaded guilty in strangling assault

No jail time for man who pleaded guilty in strangling assault

An Anchorage man walked out of court a free man Wednesday after changing his plea in the case of a brazen midday assault.

Daniella Rivera
Anchorage police name suspect in Fairview injury shooting

Anchorage police name suspect in Fairview injury shooting

Anchorage police have held one person in an injury shooting which closed part of Ingra Street Wednesday afternoon.

Chris Klint

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