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The Kenai Police Department continues to look for leads five months after the disappearance of a young family. Meanwhile, relatives of the missing family remain consumed in grief and apprehension, searching for closure.

Two Anchorage men were sentenced Thursday to months in prison nearly three years after a man dumped at a southside gas station with a gunshot wound led police to a sophisticated marijuana grow operation at his residence.
A woman was taken to the hospital after she was hit by a sport-utility vehicle in Anchorage on Thursday while walking across the street, according to police.
The Alaska Veterans Affairs Healthcare System announced Thursday it will hold five “Veterans’ Listening Sessions” in November to facilitate conversations between veterans and staff in response to a federal mandate requiring VA facilities nationwide to organize quarterly public meetings. 
A woman was taken to the hospital after hit by a sport utility vehicle in Anchorage Thursday while walking across the street, according to police.
An Anchorage judge on Thursday ordered Gov. Sean Parnell to release hundreds of documents related to problems in the Alaska National Guard or explain why the documents can’t be released.
A 20-year-old man faces various criminal charges after ramming into a Palmer-based Alaska State Trooper’s patrol vehicle twice last week. The initial responding officer was able to jump out of the way of John Allen Wolf’s Jeep, avoiding life-threatening injuries.
Complaints about the Alaska National Guard that were brought to the governor’s office always went straight to the top -- to the adjutant general -- according to a former aide to Gov. Sean Parnell.
Nanwalek School, located on the southern tip of Alaska's Kenai Peninsula, was the only school in the state to win the educational grant from technology company Apple. 
Alaska’s two leading U.S. Senate candidates on Thursday night met for the last time before Election Day in a policy-focused debate on the state’s public broadcasting network.