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The Associated PressA lawyer says a state law requiring that parents be notified if their child wants an abortion has some of the most burdensome requirements in the nation. Janet Crepps, arguing on behalf of Planned Parenthood, said Thursday during an Anchorage court...
Tags: Planned Parenthood, Justice System, Judges, Abortion, Lawyers
Channel 2 NewsA judge is deciding whether to strike down a law requiring doctors to notify parents if their teen asks for an abortion. Under the statute doctors could face criminal punishment for not telling parents in time to act. The state claims some of Planned...
Channel 2 NewsBP told lawmakers Thursday that from now on it'll pay better attention to whether or not its contractors and subcontractors on the North Slope hire local labor. Previously the company would only consider safety, quality, and total cost when seeking...
Channel 2 NewsTeachers, police officers, the AARP, and public relations professionals gathered Thursday morning to explain to state lawmakers why they should change Alaska's retirement benefits for public employees. At issue is a bill (SB 121) which would give new...
Channel 2 NewsThere are encouraging new findings for supporters of an in-state gasline, which they hope will someday bring North Slope energy right to homes and businesses in Alaska’s most populated communities. A new report shows the state could build its own...
A Superior Court Judge says he will allow Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest to argue it's entire case in the lawsuit it filed against Alaska over the Parental Notification law. Judge John Suddock denied the state's motion for a summary...
Channel 2 NewsThe Goose Creek Correctional Center, which cost $250 million to build, is expected to be open in 2012, but it may only be a few years before the Mat-Su prison is full. The Department of Corrections told lawmakers today that the number of drug related...
The Associated PressThe state has paid more than $91,600 in expenses for lawmakers who attended a recent policy tour in Norway. Records provided by the Legislative Affairs Agency may not be complete; lawmakers have 60 days from the time of their return to submit expenses or...
An Anchorage man was sentenced to ten years in prison on Thursday, in a high profile case in which a woman nearly died. Anchorage Police say Thomas Romero, 37, tried to strangle a woman in what they call one of the most brutal attacks of its kind....
Tags: Murder, Human Body, Trials, Choking, Abusive Behavior
The Associated PressPlea agreements call for former state lawmakers Vic Kohring and Pete Kott to be sentenced to time served in their federal corruption cases, according to prosecutors. Prosecutors also say Kohring's agreement calls for supervised release, to be...
Channel 2 NewsAlaska tribal leaders are arriving in Anchorage for the Alaska Federation of Natives convention this week, which will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. The landmark legislation created about 200 Native...
The Associated PressAn Anchorage lawmaker says he will not seek re-election next year. Rep. Mike Doogan says he originally planned to serve two terms but at the urging of some of his colleagues, wound up seeking - and winning - another term. He says he decided he wouldn't...
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