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Plan B more accessible to American Indian women

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - The federal Indian Health Service has finalized a policy that makes emergency contraception more accessible to American Indian and Alaska Native women.
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1 day, 3 fraud cases

A 73-year-old woman told Juneau police on Monday that she was defrauded out of $35,000 during an online business transaction. On the same morning, two more reports of Internet fraud came in.
Scottish prosecutors: 2 Libyans are Lockerbie bomb suspects

LONDON (AP) - A quarter-century after one of the worst terror attacks in British history, prosecutors say they have identified two new Libyan suspects in the bombing of a Pan Am jet over Lockerbie, Scotland, and want U.S.
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A second chance

A second chance is exactly what Jennifer Hartsock needed. She found it, she said, in a new - and aptly named - program that's being offered in Juneau: The Second Chance Reentry Program.
Federal program gives tribes access to criminal databases

...Division of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The program was announced during a conference hosted by the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI held in Tulsa, Oklahoma.Justice officials said the mass shooting by Jaylen Fryberg at Marysville-Pilchuck...
Feds end decade-long prosecution of Barry Bonds without conviction

SAN FRANCISCO - After a nearly decade-long prosecution, the U.S.
Hoonah wins double murder lawsuit

The city of Hoonah on Monday won a lawsuit that alleged it was partly responsible for the 2010 shooting deaths of two Hoonah police officers by a mentally disturbed man.
People questioned in shooting released

6 P.M. Police say several people taken into custody for questioning following the shooting of two officers in Ferguson, Missouri, have been released and no arrests have been made. St.
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Chief regains control of Ferguson protests

FERGUSON, Mo. - As another protest on Ferguson's beleaguered West Florissant Avenue began to turn rowdy, Jon Belmar was among the first to confront protesters. Wearing neither a helmet nor a shield, the St.
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US serves 105 warrants in Puerto Rico drug ring crackdown

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - A group of 105 people in Puerto Rico face murder, drug and weapon charges in one of the largest racketeering cases in the history of the U.S. Department of Justice, authorities said Wednesday.
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