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The case brought by three individuals and an Alaska Republican Party district challenged elements of state campaign finance law.
The tug sank in 2015.
The man allegedly attempted to ignite a bomb near Herring Cove Road in Sitka on Oct. 4.
A Sitka police officer filed a lawsuit against the City of Sitka and the Sitka Police Department this week, making a variety of claims that… Continue reading
When she was 25, Amy Mead was living in Boston, working at the Hard Rock Café and wondering what to do with the rest of… Continue reading
A Juneau resident will be doing community service and paying restitution after pleading guilty to fraudulently collecting unemployment insurance benefits.
A Juneau man faces charges of manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and driving under the influence dating back to a 2016 car crash that killed another… Continue reading
The City and Borough of Juneau is getting some of its money back. On Thursday, the city announced by email that it has reached a… Continue reading
Six people have applied to fill an open judge position on the Juneau Superior Court, including Juneau’s district attorney, according to a release from the… Continue reading
What happens behind bars stays behind bars, in the case of accused cruise ship murderer Kenneth Manzanares’ legal team.
The Alaska Legislature has approved a proposal by the Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court and Gov. Bill Walker to add a third superior… Continue reading
The Alaska House of Representatives has voted unanimously in favor of a proposal to add a third superior court judge to Juneau’s courthouse. House Bill… Continue reading