A father’s six-year fight to expose what he calls “potentially deadly guardrails” came to an end on Tuesday in a Tennessee courtroom. Steve Eimers sued Lindsay Corporation, the manufacturer of the X-Lite guardrail, after his 17-year-old daughter, Hannah, was killed when her car slammed into an X-Lite guardrail in Tennessee in 2016.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children produced a video with an age progression photo that shows what DaShawn may look like now, at age 14, hoping to reach someone who may have seen him.
Alaska State Troopers Investigator Randy McPherron retired from the Department of Public Safety at the end of April, after spending the last five years, and seven of his career in total, solving some of Alaska's longest outstanding homicides, missing persons and unidentified remains.
Public records acquired by Alaska's News Source show that the Anchorage mayor's office and officials at the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility disagree over what guidance the mayor was given during a tour of the Eklutna water treatment plant in October 2021, when he told employees to turn off the plant's fluoridation system.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated an already growing backlog of criminal court cases. But the suspension of jury trials was not the only factor. A criminal judge, state prosecutor and victims' advocate explain how work-from-home realities, jail visitation and other concerns have contributed to the growing number of cases, and what needs to be done to get cases back on track.
Alaska state and local law enforcement agencies made no arrests for sex trafficking in the years 2018, 2019 and 2020. Alaska's News Source looked at the issue of sex trafficking and prostitution in Alaska, and what law enforcement officers and sex workers say about the state of the state's current laws.
Recent court filings reveal an Anchorage police officer facing felony charges in both state and federal court for allegedly depriving someone of their constitutional rights had a known history of using unjustified force.
The Anchorage Police Department is estimating it will cost thousands of dollars to release public information and records that correspond to an arrest its communications team wrote about in a Facebook post in February.
An investigation into the DOC's Dental Services Program found unreasonable delays in service that, in one case, caused a man with an abscessed tooth with the nerve exposed to suffer extreme pain for eight weeks before receiving treatment.
The Anchorage Police Department explained its decision to retire a long-running social media campaign in a lengthy Facebook post Wednesday morning, claiming the events described in the posts were all real, despite releasing previous statements this month suggesting otherwise.
Nurse practitioners are questioning their own education at some colleges. There’s no national standard on how to educate nurse practitioners, while medical education for doctors was standardized more than 100 years ago.
In what Alaska’s Department of Law (DOL) calls the most significant fraud on Alaskans in years, seven retirees lost a combined total of $1.5 Million to a precious metals investment company allegedly targeting elderly Christian and politically conservative investors.
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy continues to insist Alaska law prevents him from talking about how he handled misconduct by the state’s top law enforcement official, even after the release of a nonpartisan legal opinion confirming the law does not require his silence.
If you've ever been charged a higher car insurance premium because you had garaged your car for a season, or left for deployment or other travel and stopped coverage while away, a decades-old Alaska law can help you hold on to your money and prevent rate hikes. Here's what you need to know.
Anchorage is the fifth busiest air cargo hub in the world. Flights are ongoing between the Ted Stevens International Airport and desitnations in China. Here's how the FAA and CDC are asking air carriers to minimize risk and the spread of infection, and how UPS is working to prioritize safety while keeping up with continued demand.
An Anchorage condo owner is on notice by police that she owes them $3,500 for calling too often. Turns out, private residences and commercial properties are only allowed a certain number of calls for police responses before fines kick in.
The Seattle Times reports that the Coast Guard has formed a Marine Board of Investigation to determine the causes of the sinking of the Scandies Rose that went down with five of its seven crew members on Dec. 31 in the Gulf of Alaska.
A frozen culvert has forced a creek off course in Chugiak, causing the water to flood the roadway and driveways in the Forest Park trailer park. Tenants are frustrated and the city and the park's owner are at odds over who should come to the rescue.
News clippings of a war hero. A family tree. Prayer cards and remembrances. These items were found gently tucked in between the pages of a lost family bible. This is the story of the man who found the book, and the woman who'd hope it would one day make its way back to her.
After an accused sexual predator re-offended while on bail and targeted Anchorage teens through social media, we asked a cybercrime expert and an expert on teens and families their advice for keeping young people safe.
Marie Campos died at the age of 37, one of three people killed by gunfire on a rainy November night in Wasilla. Her mother sat down with KTUU to talk about Marie's life, and the hopes dashed by a crime of violence for which there are no arrests.
Federal prosecutors hope to convince a judge to deny bail for 51-year-old Juan Camarena, who turned himself in last week after Alaska State Troopers named him as a person of interest in a triple homicide investigation.
The man Alaska State Troopers sought as a person of interest relating to a triple homicide Nov. 2 is in federal custody. Newly unsealed court documents show officers found ammunition in the home of Juan Camarena, a convicted felon, during their raid of a property in Big Lake.