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The Associated PressFive Alaska State Troopers are suing over the way union dues are collected. According to a federal lawsuit, even though the five are non-union members, they still pay dues. The lawsuit states that employees who do not opt-out of the current system wind...
The State of Alaska is suing owners of two Fairbanks outdoor wood boilers, claiming they're violating public nuisance laws, in the first lawsuit filed by the state over Fairbanks air quality concerns. The lawsuit filed last week targets hydronic wood...
Matt Miller, KTOOA Juneau man has filed a lawsuit trying to compel the state of Alaska to prove that President Obama is qualified to be on the ballot. Gordon Warren Epperly claims in the lawsuit that Obama's citizenship status is unknown, and that Obama was illegally...
A dispute over the Port of Anchorage expansion could be heading for troubled water. The Anchorage Assembly voted to approve $250,000 Monday night for potential legal fees if the city decides to enter into discussions with federal inspectors and...
Dozens of Calista Native Corporation shareholders tried to be heard at the corporation’s quarterly board meeting in Anchorage on Wednesday morning. They came in protest of the board’s decision to sideline its president and CEO, Andrew Guy,...
Channel 2 NewsGov. Sean Parnell has appointed an Anchorage attorney and a Fairbanks magistrate to the superior court bench. Erin Marston will replace Judge Peter Michalski on the Anchorage Superior Court. Bethany Harbison will replace Judge Randy Olsen on the...
Matt Miller, KTOOState attorneys will head to Germany to interview the makers of ferry engines the state claims were defective. KTOO reports (http://is.gd/Xj5hte) the state is suing MTU Friedrichshafen, which made engines for the ferries Fairweather and Chenega. ...
Channel 2 NewsIt’s almost been a three-decade battle for about 5,000 out-of-state commercial fisherman, a battle against the state of Alaska that’s finally winding down. This week, Anchorage Superior Court Judge Andrew Guidi signed a final $33.5...
Alaska is suing to block enforcement of provisions of the federal Voting Rights Act. Alaska is among the states required to submit redistricting plans or proposed election changes to the U.S. Justice Department for review to ensure the plans aren't...
Tags: Voting, Eric Holder, Lawyers, Elections, Politics
Channel 2 NewsState prosecutors announced Monday that they will not seek a second murder indictment against Mechele Linehan, the woman whose 2007 conviction for the 1996 murder of Kent Leppink was subsequently overturned. Both Linehan and John Carlin III were...
Becky BohrerA coalition of conservation groups is suing the federal government over its approval of oil spill response plans for an Arctic Ocean drilling program. The lawsuit does not seek to stop Shell Oil from beginning to drill this summer as planned. ...
Channel 2 NewsA federal judge has blocked an attempt by the native village of Karluk to sue Koniag Inc., saying the Karluk tribal court lacks jurisdiction over Kodiak Island's regional Native corporation. The Kodiak Daily Mirror says the case stems from an attempt...
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