New charges in Bojangles Bar shooting incident

Michael Hodges was killed and two others hospitalized in the shooting on September 4, 2016.


A rifle was discharged inside the library and the person was struck by a ricochet bullet.


According to court documents, Fugate attacked a woman inside of his home, forced her to do drugs, and told her he was going to keep her against her will.



Murkowski noted that there's only 57 miles between that Russia and Alaska.


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


Choose Respect luncheon planned for Thursday


Inspiring a new generation of park rangers


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


Police, 911 call center see surge in accidental calls


GOP healthcare bill in jeopardy as dozens of Republican lawmakers come out against it


Fire recruits take training to new heights


Gov. Walker signs opioid bill into law


GVEA not interested in wind farm interconnection


Theft crimes on the rise in Fairbanks


House Finance Committee discusses PFD draw limits


AOGA's Moriarty explains new oil bill at Chamber luncheon


NASA installs new antenna at UAF


Good news about cholesterol lowering drugs


Ice Alaska fire ruled accidental


AST asking public's help in catching robbery suspects


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