By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Former Anchorage tutor sentenced for sex abuse of student
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) – A former Anchorage tutor was sentenced to serve 23 years in jail with 11 suspended after pleading guilty to sex abuse of a minor and distribution of child pornography.
Evan Fischer was initially investigated by Anchorage Police in 2015 for possessing and distributing child pornography over the Internet, but detectives discovered he had been in a sexual relationship with an underage student.
His total sentence for the two charges includes 10 years probation and registering as a sex offender for life.
By Samantha Angaiak: “Those are the murderers right there” accused shooter blames others at arraignment
By Sean Maguire & Leroy Polk: UPDATE: APD says video surveillance validates McDonald’s shooting victim
By KTVA Web Staff: Mom accused of child’s starvation death in court
Lose their license(s) for life or?
By KTVA Web Staff: ‘Hoverboard’ dentist in court for Medicaid fraud
The Department of Law also alleges Lookhart devised a scheme to send money collected from Medicaid directly to his home.
If convicted, Lookhart and Crandford face up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $100,00.
By Associated Press: Flirting, sexting added to Alaska teachers’ code of ethics
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) – An Alaska education commission has added flirting, sexting and inappropriate touching to the list of things that teachers are not allowed to do with students.
Comments on telemedicine?
By Caslon Hatch: The Doctor is in, at downtown Anchorage mall
The 5th Avenue Mall was chosen as a location because there are no other medical service options within the central city grid.
The clinic officially opens Tuesday. Hours of operation will coincide with mall hours: 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Another location will open at the Dimond Center Mall in the spring with plans to expand to more areas in the state.
By Patrick Enslow: Seawolf women honored in U.S. Senate
By Photojournalist Shawn Wilson: Homeless rehab program begins in the kitchen
By Rebecca Palsha: Free syringe program grows to include a mobile health unit
The woman whose husband is addicted to opioids has been able to keep a good job, but she’d still like him to stop.
“I worry every day, from day to day. I don’t know if something is going to happen to him or if he’s going to overdose, or if he’s going to get in trouble with the law. It’s hard to tell from day to day what’s going to happen.”
Insulating capabilities of glass?~~Who will take an engineering program seriously who’s building was poorly constructed for the climate/environment?
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: UAF Engineering building opens after year-long construction delay
“Most of the high bay facilities at other universities would be encased in concrete walls. Ours is encased in glass,” said Douglas Goering, Dean of the College of Engineering and Mines. “So people can see what engineers do and experience and become engaged with what engineers do.”
By Angela Cox: Rasmuson Foundation Awards $6.6 Million
By James Gaddis: Teacher of the Week: Frau Lucht
Moms Everyday Alaska: Double peppermint chocolate chip cookies