One bullet each. Did Donald Alvord allow and provide his son to child pornographers?
Alaska man pleads not guilty to 13 felony child pornography charges
The indictment in the case states that Alvord deleted his text message history with his son, including a text instructing his son to erase his hard drive.
By Steffi Lee: Mat-Su Regional Medical Center applies for behavioral health certificate of need
By Lauren Maxwell: Alaska Military Youth Academy graduates largest class ever
By Sean Maguire: APD: Man taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries after shooting
By Beth Verge: Fire Ops 101 event unites victim with rescuer
By KTVA Web Staff: Web Extra: The importance of Alaska journalism
By Austin Baird: ‘System error’ causes USCIS to send citizenship applicants to the wrong city
By KTVA Web Staff: Organic Babyfood: A recipe for success
Bambino’s Baby Food, owned by Zoi Moroudas-Tziolas, who aims to put Alaska on the map for organic babyfood.
By Heather Hintze: Alaska clothing companies cash in on State Fair Crowds
Forty-nine-star flag restored at Anchorage Museum
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By Terese Marie Mailhot: Writer’s claims to Native heritage are questioned after PEN Center USA names his book a finalist
For more than 20 years, the Native literary world has wondered about John Smelcer’s bona fides. Numerous controversies have sprouted up around him, including a high-profile dismissal, winning a literary prize that was subsequently rescinded, questions about the authenticity of quotes praising Smelcer from deceased authors and accusations that he misrepresented himself as Alaska Native.