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After an altercation that ended in a stabbing, Yakutat Police detained 46-year-old John L. Stapleton from Kent, Washington on Sunday. Following the on-scene investigation and interviews by state troopers, Stapleton was charged with murder in the second degree the next day.
A female police officer filed a sexual harassment complaint against the Sitka Police Department on Thursday. 32-year-old Mary Ferguson alleges that throughout her time on the force, she was treated differently because of her gender and subject to sexual harassment by male officers. This is the second lawsuit filed against the department in less than two months.
by Andrew Kitchenman, Alaska Public Media & KTOO, Juneau | Oct 16, 2018
Byron Mallott resigned suddenly today as lieutenant governor, over "inappropriate comments" he recently made. State Health and Social Services Commissioner Valerie Nurr’araaluk Davidson was sworn in during a ceremony in Anchorage today to replace Mallott.
Another season of performances starts this weekend for the Young Performers Theater at the Sitka Fine Arts Camp. Their first show, directed by Zeke Blackwell, will be an interpretation of the E.B. White classic "Charlotte's Web" from Friday, October 19 to Sunday, October 21.
Youth Advocates of Sitka was recently awarded a three-year federal Transitional Living Program (TLP) grant aimed at combating homelessness among Sitka youth by housing them with volunteers. YAS Executive Director Charlie Woodcock spoke on the Morning Interview to ask Sitkans to step forward and open their homes to youth in need.