Charges dropped for one suspect in Bojangles shooting

28–year–old Joshua Haynes, had two miscellaneous weapons charges dropped without prejudice.


30-year-old John Pearl Smith II of Palmer allegedly killed two people and injured another in a home invasion last June.


U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan (R - Alaska) is now the chairman of the Senate Commerce Subcommittee on Oceans, Atmosphere, Fisheries, and the Coast Guard.



What was thought to be an injury from an exploding charger was, in fact, from a bullet.


School board opts not to approve budget


AST rescues snowmachiners in HELO 2


Woman says happiness is key to living 107 years


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Video: Police name London attacker


New charges in Bojangles Bar shooting incident


Operation: Room Service leads to 11 arrests after motel drug bust


Spouses of law enforcement speak out about DAPL protest response


High school students learn 3D dissection


Firefighters say resources stretched thin due to high number of fires


One injured in shooting at Noel Wien Library


North Pole man gets nine years for assault


Sen. Murkowski questions Joint Chiefs chairman on Russia's Arctic intentions


F-35s will be a "game-changer" in the Pacific theater


Choose Respect luncheon planned for Thursday


Officials propose removing prayer from assembly meetings


"Death Tax" may be on the chopping block


Child jumped out of window into officer's arms to avoid house fire


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