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Latest Juneau Trials News
After hung jury, Kowalski won't be retried for first-degree murder
Washington
After a partial verdict from a Juneau jury, Alaska prosecutors announced Thursday they will not pursue another trial against a man accused of murdering his mistress while on vacation in Yakutat 17 years ago. A jury last week convicted Robert D.
April 18 2014
Alaska shooting case goes to jury
Seattle, Washington
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska prosecutor urged jurors to disregard Robert Kowalski’s account of the death of his girlfriend and convict him of murder in the 18-year-old case.
April 13 2014
Prosecutors Urge Jury to Convict Kowalski of Murder
Alaska
An Alaska prosecutor urged jurors to disregard Robert Kowalski's account of the death of his girlfriend and convict him of murder in the 18-year-old case. Following final arguments, a Juneau jury began deliberations in the trial of Kowalski, 53, who fired a shotgun that killed Sandra Perry at around 3 a.m. on July 21, 1996, in Room 10 of Yakutat's Glacier Bear Lodge, the Juneau Empire reported.
April 12 2014
Tedious words reveal Yakutat horror
Alaska
With no audio recordings to play for the Juneau jury hearing a 17-year-old cold case, prosecutors on Thursday introduced the murder suspect's statements to law enforcement in a roundabout way.
April 04 2014
'Into the Wild' hunter fatally shot by police in Alaska
Juneau, Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (Reuters) - An Alaskan moose hunter, whose discovery of the corpse of a wanderer two decades ago helped lead to the 2007 movie "Into the Wild," has been shot and killed by police following a weekend chase through the city of Wasilla, Alaska State Troopers said.        
March 29 2014
Old case, new twist
Juneau, Alaska
A Juneau jury heard a new twist on a old case Tuesday when they learned that a man accused of murdering his girlfriend at a Yakutat lodge 17 years ago was married at the time and, in the moments before the fatal gunshot, may have argued with his lover about divorcing his wife.Alaska prosecutors have never before publicly suggested a motive for the fatal shooting of Sandra M. Perry, who was shot ...
March 26 2014
Court bombshell: Troopers destroyed evidence in cold case
Alaska
A murder trial underway in Juneau came to a standstill Monday when the defense attorney informed the judge that Alaska State Troopers have destroyed most of the physical evidence in the 17-year-old case, which was "cold" for about a decade and a half before it was re-opened in 2009.
March 25 2014
Trial takes grisly turn with 'horrifying' photos of gunshot victim
Clear, Alaska
Editor's note: The following article contains graphic descriptions and mature subject matter. In the first day of trial against a man accused of murdering his girlfriend, a Juneau jury saw pictures of the 39-year-old victim when she was alive and well.
March 23 2014
Kowalski Trial in Alaska Cold Case Starts in Juneau
Washington
JUNEAU, Alaska — A cold case murder trial has started in Juneau involving the shooting of a Washington State woman by her boyfriend at Yakutat's Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996. The Juneau Empire reports the case involving the shooting death of Sandra Perry by Robert Kowalski was re-opened in 2009 after Kowalski was convicted of homicide for killing a different girlfriend in Montana in 2008.
March 22 2014
Flathead Valley killer now on trial in Alaska
Washington
JUNEAU, Alaska — A cold case murder trial started Thursday in Juneau involving the shooting of a Washington State woman by her boyfriend at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996.
March 22 2014
Cold-case trial in death of SeaTac woman begins in Alaska
Montana
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A cold case murder trial has started in Juneau involving the shooting of a SeaTac woman by her boyfriend at Yakutat’s Glacier Bear Lodge in 1996.
March 21 2014
SEARHC clinics to close for Elizabeth Peratrovich Day
Alaska
JUNEAU - All SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium clinics and administrative offices will be closed Monday, Feb. 17, to honor the achievements of Alaska Native civil rights leader Elizabeth Wanamaker Peratrovich.
March 08 2014
Alaska News Nightly: February 25, 2014
Alaska
Pebble Mine Opponents Urge EPA To Kill Project; Quinhagak Man Arrested For Murder of 25-year-old Woman; Glacier Bay Land Slide Excites Scientists; House Democrats Confirm Kito To Downtown Juneau Seat; Bill Limiting Medicaid Abortion Payout Back In Discussion; Peter Tony Pleads Guilty To 3 Counts Of Child Sexual Abuse; Political Solution Sought For China Geoduck Ban; Pro-Union Delta Western ...
February 27 2014
Fairbanks borough officials appeal to lawmakers to stop insurance bill
Alaska
JUNEAU — While the state of Alaska’s health care plan costs have gone up 31 percent during the past three years, the Fairbanks North Star Borough School District’s health plan costs have gone up 17 pe
February 13 2014
SEARHC hires director of practice management
Alaska
JUNEAU — SouthEast Alaska Regional Health Consortium has announced Eric Gettis will be joining the organization as the new Director of Practice Management beginning Jan. 13.
January 20 2014
Top 10 Things Alaskans Want To Know About Healthcare
Alaska
Juneau residents took their questions to healthcare experts Monday night and got them answered by Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium navigator Monique Martin, United Way navigator Crystal Bourland, chief operating officer for Enroll Alaska Tyann Boling, and chief administrative officer for Enroll Alaska Chanel Moesh. Download Audio
November 28 2013
SEARHC Front Street Clinic Soon To Be Under New Management
Alaska
Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium (SEARHC) decided to cut funding to Juneau’s homeless medical center at the end of September due to budgetary constraints. Front Street Clinic got a six month reprieve when the community was able to raise more than $120,000. Now, a coalition of local organizations have joined together to keep the clinic open, hopefully, forever. Download Audio
November 28 2013
Seven years after shooting, family still fighting to have gun case heard
Alaska
Sitting inside the Dimond courthouse, Serena Alexander couldn't help but cry as she talked about her brother who was gunned down outside the Juneau Fred Meyer seven years ago in an unprovoked shooting by a man with mental health and substance abuse problems."I have a 4- and 5-year-old daughter who won't meet their uncle, you know?" the 38-year-old homemaker and businesswoman told the Empire ...
October 21 2013
Seven years after shooting, family still fighting to have gun case heard Attorney for local gun sho
Alaska
Sitting inside the Dimond courthouse, Serena Alexander couldn't help but cry as she talked about her brother who was gunned down outside the Juneau Fred Meyer seven years ago in an unprovoked shooting by a man with mental health and substance abuse problems."I have a 4- and 5-year-old daughter who won't meet their uncle, you know?" the 38-year-old homemaker and businesswoman told the Empire ...
October 20 2013
Murkowski wants updates on insurance exchange
Alaska
JUNEAU - No one from Alaska has enrolled in the new health care exchange, and a U.S. senator wants weekly updates on future enrollments. Glitches have been reported since the exchanges went live Oct. 1.
October 19 2013
Alaska may make gay partners 'family'
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska — The Alaska State Personnel Board is considering including Same-sex partners in the definition of "immediate family." The proposed change in rules would allow state employees to take family leave due to a serious health condition of a same-sex partner. Same-sex marriage is not legal in Alaska because of a state constitutional amendment, but Deputy Personnel Director Nancy Sutch ...
September 11 2013
A chilly place for the president
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska — Up here, many folks don’t much like President Obama’s vision of a big government colossus dictating health care, doling out entitlements and generally meddling in the affairs of the citizenry. Alaska voted against Obama by 14 percentage points in 2012, and if another election were held today, the anti-Obama vote would most likely be higher.
September 11 2013
Bill O'Reilly Column: Alaska is a chilly place for the president
Alaska
JUNEAU, ALASKA — Up here, many folks don’t much like President Obama’s vision of a big government colossus dictating health care, doling out entitlements and generally meddling in the affairs of the citizenry.
September 11 2013
Man will be sent to Utah to face murder charges
Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A man held in a Juneau jail will be extradited to Utah to face charges in a 20-year-old murder.
July 25 2013
Convicted murderer denied DNA testing
Juneau, Alaska
A judge has denied a convicted murderer's application for DNA testing, thwarting - at least for the moment - Newton P. Lambert's quest to be exonerated of brutally slaying a Juneau woman in April 1982.
July 18 2013
Judge to hear arguments about confidential records in Troy Wilson case
Alaska
A Juneau judge has ordered a hearing about whether the court should review confidential personnel and internal affairs files of police officers involved in the April 7 standoff with former police lieutenant Troy Wilson.
February 27 2013
Deal may have been reached in 2011 fatal car crash case
Alaska
A plea deal may have been reached for the 27-year-old Juneau man charged with second-degree murder in connection to a deadly car crash Out The Road in 2011. Public Defender David Seid, the attorney for defendant Ryan W.
February 20 2013
Judge hears arguments for DNA testing in 30-year-old murder case
Alaska
What if DNA samples showed that two people --- other than a man later convicted for murder --- were present inside the apartment where a Juneau couple was found raped and stabbed to death in April 1982?That was the question posed by Judge William Carey on Friday as he heard oral arguments from attorneys on whether he should order DNA testing which could potentially lead to an acquittal of Newton ...
January 13 2013
Convicted murderer seeks relief through DNA testing
Alaska
A judge will soon rule on whether a man who says he was wrongly convicted of murder in Juneau in 1983 has the right to DNA testing in order to show his blood and semen were not found at the crime scene.
January 11 2013
Tai Chi program to prevent falls
Juneau, alaska
Falls are the single greatest risk to older Alaskans' health, independence and quality of life. In Alaska, an estimated one-third of seniors over the age of 65 and half of those over the age of 80 will fall each year.
January 05 2013
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