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Two dozen Kuskokwim River fishermen on trial this week for illegal fishing have been found guilty by a judge in Bethel. The fishermen's attorney, James J. Davis Jr., says he will appeal the convictions issued by Monday through Wednesday by Magistrate...
Tags: Punishment, Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure
Channel 2 NewsA 46-year-old Chitina trapper has been fined for using protected birds as bait. Alaska State Troopers say Sven Rofkar pleaded guilty Tuesday to four counts of using illegal trapping bait. Troopers say the protected birds used were ravens and gray...
Channel 2 NewsA bill proposed in the final days of the 2013 Alaska legislative session would increase fines for traffic offenses in a school zone. HB1205, sponsored by Nome Democratic Rep. Neal Foster, would double the amount of fines committed in a school zone....
The Associated PressA rural Alaska town is considering whether to borrow from state law and make it illegal for people to defecate or urinate in public. If the law passes in Bethel, public excretion could be punishable by local fines as high as $200. City Attorney Patty...
Tags: Punishment, Crime, Law and Justice
Channel 2 NewsWith snow piling up on driveways and cars across Anchorage, it's important to know how much you need to clean off to stay safe not just from accidents, but also from penalties attached to Anchorage laws governing how you get rid of the stuff. On...
Channel 2 NewsConocoPhillips has agreed to pay more than $200,000 in state and federal fines to settle environmental claims related to two oil spills from corroded pipelines at its Kuparuk River oil field in 2006 and 2007, regulatory agencies said Monday. The...
Channel 2 NewsAn Alaska company has been fined $70,000 and placed on three years of probation for releasing asbestos into the air in Anchorage. Chief U.S. District Court Judge Ralph R. Beistline on Monday also ordered Copper River Campus to hire an environmental...
Channel 2 NewsA river guide has been fined $30,000 for helping a client smuggle a 10,000-year-old mammoth fossil out of Alaska. The U.S. Attorney's office says Karen Jettmar was sentenced in Anchorage's federal court Sept. 13 but didn't announce it until Friday....
Tags: Punishment, Land Resources
Emily Russo Miller, Juneau EmpireA Juneau construction company has been fined in connection with a deadly crane accident. The Juneau Empire (http://is.gd/EZl1vL) says the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration has fined Trucano Construction Co. $5,...
Russell Stigall, Juneau EmpireA Juneau marina has been fined $5,390 by the Environmental Protection Agency for a violation connected to an underground storage tank. The federal agency says Fishermen's Bend in Auke Bay failed to conduct tests or maintain documentation to detect or...
Channel 2 NewsDon Smith, a Republican who is running for the Alaska State Senate's District H seat in Anchorage, must pay a $370 fine for violating state election law. The Alaska Public Offices Commission, in its investigation said Smith, a seasoned politician, should...
Channel 2 NewsFines for overdue materials were waived at any Anchorage public library for one day only – April 18, 2012. It was the first time in twenty-five years the library system said it will be forgiving fines for patrons with overdue materials. Books...
Tags: Punishment, Arts and Culture, Libraries
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