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Husband arraigned for wife's New Year's morning homicide

WASILLA, Alaska (KTUU) Wednesday morning, Anthony Smith, 38, from Wasilla was arraigned for the murder of his wife, which happened New Year's Day. Amy Smith, 37, was found to be non-responsive that morning. Officers with the Alaska State Troopers and medical personnel went to the couple's Big Lake

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Panel recommends Eastman removal from ethics committee

In this Jan. 16, 2018 photo, Rep. David Eastman, a Wasilla Republican, sits at a desk on the floor of the Alaska House of Representatives in Juneau, Alaska. A special panel on Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018, recommended the removal of Eastman from the legislative ethics committee for allegedly disclosing t

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Former state Sen. Huggins drops out of GOP primary for Alaska governor

JUNEAU - Charlie Huggins, the former Alaska Senate president from Wasilla, said late Wednesday he's withdrawing from the Republican Party primary for governor. Huggins announced his decision in a Facebook post. He said when he began his campaign that he saw a "clear path to victory" but now faces w

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Time to talk ice fishing

Despite our recent warming trends, we are well into the ice fishing season. In fact, one multi-day local tournament has already begun. The Still Cold Open Tournament began on Big Lake this past Jan. 13 and will continue Jan. 27, Feb. 10, Feb. 24, and March 11, concluding on Championship Sunday, Marc

FRONTIERSMAN - 2018-01-19 09:52:00

No shopping bag tax for Mat-Su

PALMER - Days after the Valley's big-box mecca banned disposable plastic shopping bags, the Mat-Su Assembly killed a boroughwide bag tax proposal. The Assembly on Tuesday postponed indefinitely any action on the 10-cent-per bag excise tax for retailers making $1 million or more. The proposal first

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Palmer City Council tackles variety of topics

PALMER - The Palmer City Council discussed aeronautical campgrounds, plastic bags, and temporary structures and commended the United States Postal Service in their regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 9 at City Hall. "We're talking about people getting caffeine here, this is an important matter," sai

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Alaska Republicans name 3 potential replacements for Wasilla senator

Alaska Republicans selected two local party officials and a current state representative as possible replacements for Mike Dunleavy, the GOP senator from Wasilla who resigned this month. Former Wasilla Republican Sen. Mike Dunleavy (Nathaniel Herz / Alaska Dispatch News) Former Wasilla Republican S

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Birchwood council talks water, public safety issues

The sun lights up clouds above Birchwood in this photo taken from Beach Lake Road on Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018. (Star photo by Matt Tunseth) The Birchwood Community Council (BCC) met on Wednesday, Jan. 10, to discuss a broad range of issues impacting the community and to hear presentations from subjec

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Dog rescued from East Providence home dies; shelter under quarantine

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - Donations are piling up outside the East Providence Animal Shelter as workers deal with the outbreak of a deadly viral disease. Two puppies rescued last week from squalid conditions inside a Riverside home became sick with the parvovirus, according to East Providence A

WPRI - 2018-01-19 23:27:32

Judge to rule Monday on Providence principal charged with failing to report sex assault allegation

WARWICK, R.I. - A District Court judge will now decide whether a Providence elementary school teacher is guilty of failing to report to the state Department of Children, Youth and Families allegations that a gym teacher sexually abused young girls by groping them last May. Judge James Caruolo heard

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2018-01-19 16:43:04

Sunny, mild, gusty on Saturday in R.I.; 50 degrees for women's rally in Providence

Temperature expected at 50 degrees for noon rally on State House lawn as part of Rhode Island Women's March. Paul Edward Parker Journal Staff Writer projopaul PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Mild temperatures, but gusty winds are expected Saturday across Rhode Island, according to the National Weather Service f

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2018-01-20 14:58:19

Car flips in front of CVS in Bristol

A car flipped on its side in front of a CVS in Bristol Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. (Photo courtesy of Tony Avila) A car flipped on its side in front of a CVS in Bristol Friday afternoon. The crash occurred at the CVS on Metacom Avenue, which is located across from the police station. It's unclear what le

TURNTO10.COM - 2018-01-19 19:06:20

Girl stabbed in leg at Kennedy Plaza, 2 teen girls face charges

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Two teenage girls were charged Thursday night in the stabbing of a 15-year-old girl at Kennedy Plaza, authorities said. The two suspects, one 14, the other 15, were charged and sent to the Rhode Island Training School, Providence police Deputy Chief Thomas Verdi said in a news rel

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Letter: Joe Sbardella: Rooting for the bad guys in city's camera caper

Am I the only person rooting for the two guys who "unbolted an $80,000 camera used to catch speeding drivers" and "strapped it to the bed of the truck and drove away three days after it was installed" ("$80,000 traffic camera stolen," news, Jan. 18)? Apparently the City of Providence hired a company

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2018-01-20 20:00:00

Driver wedges car between building, support pillars in Bristol

BRISTOL, R.I. (WPRI) - Police are investigating an unusual accident in Bristol where a car ended up wedged between the outer wall of a CVS and the building's supporting pillars. The crash occurred around 4 p.m. at the CVS located at 400 Metacom Ave. It is unclear at this time what led up to the cras

WPRI - 2018-01-19 22:36:51

Former R.I. lawmaker pleads not guilty to breaking into neighbor's home

WARWICK, R.I. - Former House Minority Leader Robert Watson on Friday pleaded not guilty to a charge that he broke into a neighbor's home naked and dazed last November. Watson appeared briefly before Superior Court Magistrate John F. McBurney III, who entered the plea to a single charge of felony bre

PROVIDENCEJOURNAL.COM - 2018-01-19 18:45:43

Relatives want justice for woman and boy killed in shooting

GRAND RAPIDS, MICH. - Relatives say they want justice for a woman and her grandson shot and killed in Grand Rapids. Friday night there was a vigil for 46-year-old Germaine Grown and her 2-year-old grandson King Talbert outside her house on Montgomery Street. When her husband Darrell Brown came home

WZZM 13 - 2018-01-20 05:05:35

Kalamazoo doctor jailed after ICE arrest

KALAMAZOO, MI -- After working a full week, Bronson HealthCare Dr. Lukasz R. Niec, M.D., had a day off. When Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents appeared at his door on the morning of Tuesday, Jan. 16, his plans changed. Now, family, friends and colleagues are working to support his effort t

MLIVE.COM - 2018-01-19 21:53:44

Weather: Temperatures to rise during the weekend

It will be partly cloudy with highs 38 to 42 Saturday, Jan. 20, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Rapids. High temperatures could surpass 40 degrees Saturday through Monday. Rain (starting off as a wintry mix in central to northern areas) will develop over Lower Michigan on Monday,

HOLLAND SENTINEL - 2018-01-20 14:32:53

1 dead and 2 injured in violent crash on Sprinkle Road

KALAMAZOO, MI - One person died and another was critically injured when a car collided with a minivan Friday afternoon on Sprinkle Road at East Main Street. The crash occurred shortly after 3 p.m. on Jan. 19, on Sprinkle, just north of where Sprinkle intersects with East Main Street. Kalamazoo Count

MLIVE.COM - 2018-01-19 22:39:05