Alaska News March 17, 2018

By Sean Maguire and Victoria Taylor: APD investigates suspicious death in the 8900 block of Dewberry St.

By Leroy Polk: Anchorage man breaks into home of ex he previously assaulted, police say
By Scott Gross: Teen enters plea in fatal Anchorage party-bus shooting
By KTVA Web Staff: Juneau man sought on probation charge
By Rebecca Palsha: Stolen Vote by Mail ballot packages found damaged and wet in the snow
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: City sends replacement ballots to voters who updated voter information just before deadline
By Richard Mauer: New forecast shows state revenues increasing, but still a huge deficit
The forecast is available on the state’s revenue department tax website.
Craig Medred: News fraud
The publisher and owner of Arctic Today – which bills itself as the unrivaled source for “international news and perspective on a changing Arctic” – has been accused of fraud in a complaint filed with the Federal Bankruptcy Court in Anchorage.
By Laurel Andrews: An Iditarod musher was ‘starting to freeze.’ Another helped him instead of finishing the race.
By Annie Zak: Alaska lawmakers, following other states, consider bills to keep net neutrality
By Sean Maguire: Fred Meyer to stop selling firearms
By Leroy Polk: Alaska syphilis cases rise; first months of 2018 as high as entire year of 2017