HELENA, Mont. (AP) - States may cap political donors' campaign contributions only if they can show that those limits are preventing corruption or the appearance of corruption, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.
...that they would not seek jail time. Two of the counts could result in Pozonsky forfeiting his pension, the state attorney general's office said. A felony charge and two other counts were dropped under the deal. The 59-year-old Pozonsky...
ANCHORAGE - The federal appeals court for the West on Wednesday issued a temporary halt to gay marriages in Alaska, just hours before most couples would be allowed to tie the knot.
...and frequently contested - legal issue in all communities, Native and non-Native alike. According to the state Attorney General's office, their interpretation of the decision is that state courts may yet have authority to intervene in child...
Although the Kang Sheng Kou heavy-lift vessel brought the Endeavour-Spirit of Independence jack-up rig to Cook Inlet waters from Singapore, the Endeavour rig might have carried its own unique cargo. Alaska Department of Fish and Game officials confirmed Wednesday they have been communicating with the rig's owner, Buccaneer Energy, about what organisms might have still been attached to the rig when it was brought north - specifically if those organisms might be invasive to Kachemak Bay where the rig has been receiving upgrades and work since Aug. 24.
JUNEAU - A project to archive records related to the Exxon Valdez oil spill is continuing after the state sought to address concerns raised by a federal judge. U.S. District Judge H.
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska has approved a contract for Enstar Natural Gas Co. to purchase new natural gas from the small North Fork field east of Anchor Point on the Kenai Peninsula.
ANCHORAGE (AP) -- Alaska's gasoline prices are not dropping at an equal pace with falling crude prices.
A bass player with the Brandywine Singers folk group in the early 1960s, Harold Brown tired of performing on the road all the time and one day, while making a record in New York City, he announced to his fellow musicians that he planned to go to law school.
The state Attorney General's office reached an out-of-court settlement Wednesday in the Caribou Hills wildfire incident that blackened more than 55,000 acres...
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