ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The latest on the death of the Juneau, Alaska, mayor (all times local):

3:30 p.m.

Juneau police are waiting for autopsy results to determine the cause of death of newly elected mayor Stephen "Greg" Fisk but say he did not die of a gunshot wound.

Police spokeswoman Erann Kalwara also says there was nothing at the scene to indicate drugs were involved or that the mayor killed himself.

She says conclusions can quickly be reached in some cases that a death was natural or the result of foul play.

In this case, Fisk suffered unspecified injuries but an obvious cause of death was not immediately apparent. She says police don't know whether Fisk died of a natural event or of unnatural causes.

Kalwara says Fisk had appointments scheduled Monday, and when he missed them, his son, Ian Fisk, checked on him.

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12:30 p.m.

The son of Juneau's mayor says his family is grieving privately and he will not be commenting on the possible cause of his father's death.

The son, Ian Fisk, found the body of Mayor Stephen "Greg" Fisk at the mayor's downtown home, where he lived alone.

There was no sign of forced entry. Police say the cause of death has not been determined and an autopsy is scheduled.

Ian Fisk says in an email statement that his family appreciates the support expressed by the community but has no reason to speculate as to the cause of his father's death

He says he will not be responding to additional media requests.

Greg Fisk was elected Oct. 6 and was sworn in Oct. 20.

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12:25 p.m.

Juneau police aren't releasing many details about the death of the mayor of Alaska's capital city, but a spokeswoman says the newly elected official had suffered injuries.

The body of 70-year-old Stephen "Greg" Fisk was found by his adult son Monday afternoon at Fisk's home, where he lived alone.

Juneau police spokeswoman Erann Kalwara told The Associated Press on Tuesday that she couldn't comment on the nature of the injuries Fisk suffered. She says it's not clear what caused the injuries.

Police say there was no sign of forced entry at Fisk's home.

An autopsy has been scheduled to help determine the cause of death. Kalwara says nothing has been ruled out.

Fisk was elected Oct. 6 and sworn in Oct. 20.

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3:45 a.m.

The newly elected mayor of Alaska's capital city has been found dead in his home.

Police say in a statement that 70-year-old Stephen "Greg" Fisk's adult son discovered his father's body inside his Juneau home.

Fisk who handily defeated incumbent Merrill Sanford in the October election to become mayor.

Circumstances surrounding the death were not immediately known.

Police say rumors that an assault occurred in connection with Fisk's death are "speculation."

An autopsy will be performed to help determine the cause of death.

Fisk was also a fisheries consultant.