By Feb. 4, Juneau's Walmart will be closed. By the end of the following week - once all of the remaining merchandise has been removed and the last employee has punched his or her card - as many as 180 Juneauites could be without jobs.
A Soldotna man was arrested Friday on charges of possessing and distributing child pornography.
Alaska State Troopers arrested Michael Dean Hancock, 57, on Friday morning on 14 counts of possession and distribution of child pornography.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District, support staff and teacher associations met again on Wednesday to discuss the unresolved issue of health care for contract negotiations that began nearly one year ago.
Roland Maw, a Kenai Peninsula commercial fishing advocate and the former executive director of the United Cook Inlet Drift Association, was charged on Wednesday with falsifying his Alaska residency.
Maw said he had no comment on the charges.
Development plans for the bluff-top lot east of the Kenai Senior Center may be closer to reality than they've been since the Kenai City Council designated the 15-acre area as "Millennium Square" more than a decade ago.