By John Rogers Associated Press: Charles Manson, whose cult slayings horrified world, dies
Class act returning the $5,000 reward for Mr. Aumavae’s funeral expenses.
By Daniella Rivera: Troopers talk use of Silver Alerts following Aumavae case
There is a clear indication that the individual has a deterioration of intellectual faculties, a physical impairment or medical condition that makes them unable to meet their own needs or to seek help without assistance.
Barlow says because Keith lived alone, had a driver’s license and control of his own finances, the department doesn’t categorize him as an individual who meets Silver Alert criteria.
The Aumavae family says they disagree and believes his diagnosis of multiple personality disorder and schizophrenia should count.
By Sean Maguire: Local lynx family filmed returning to Anchorage photographer’s house
By Victoria Taylor / Samantha Angaiak: National Apprenticeship Week showcases ironworkers and industry
By Cameron Mackintosh: Excited for ski season? Here’s how close Anchorage’s ski resorts are to opening
By Sean Maguire: Using ice axes and blow torches to ignite Alaskan lakes
By Sean Maguire: 340 barrels of jet fuel spills into secondary containment area at the Port of Anchorage
By Associated Press: Alaska ski area expects to serve alcohol next winter
By Victoria Taylor / Patrick Enslow / Sean Maguire: Special Olympians gather from across the state for bowling tournament
Special Olympics Alaska President and CEO, Jim Balamaci said one of the next big events for the organization is December 16.
The annual Polar Plunge encourages Alaskans to raise money to jump into the ice cold waters of Goose Lake.