22, Nov 2014 - Juneau, AK Children in the Crosshairs: Alaska Native Grandmother Fights ICWA Ruling
Elise wanted her granddaughter, but after nearly six years in court fighting to assert her rights under federal law, ti...
22, Nov 2014 - Juneau, AK Alaska News Nightly: November 10, 2014
Division of Elections To Start Counting Absentee, Questioned Ballots Tomorrow; Lawsuit Claims Chukchi Rules Fail to Protect Walrus; Appeals Court Revives Alaska Suit On Roadless Rule; 7 Escape Kenai Juvenile Detention Facility, 5 Apprehended Over Weekend; Some Communities Investigating Local Option To Ban Marijuana; Team Documents Elders’ Memories of Colder Winters; Settlement Signed In Sitka ...
22, Nov 2014 - Juneau, AK Alaska News Nightly: October 30, 2014
Judge Rules State Must Comply With National Guard Records Request; Organizations Making Final Push To Encourage Alaska Native Voters; YKHC Moves Into New Prematernal Home; Timeline Begins To Emerge From National Guard Documents; Refuge Proposes Shooting Caribou that Swim Off Adak; Report: Second-Growth Logging Can Start Now; Download Audio
12, Oct 2014 - Judge rules in Alaska Native voting rights case
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — A federal judge on Monday ordered the state to take additional steps to provide voting materials to Alaska Native voters with limited English for the upcoming election.
12, Oct 2014 - Judge rules in Alaska Native voting rights case - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News, Sp
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - A federal judge on Monday ordered the state to take additional steps to provide voting materials to Alaska Native voters with limited English.
12, Oct 2014 - Alaska ban on same-sex marriage ruled unconstitutional
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge on Sunday ruled that the state of Alaska's ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional. Judge Timothy Burgess of the U.S. District Court for Alaska made the ruling after hearing oral arguments on Friday challenging the state's 16-year-old ban, saying it added to discrimination already faced by gay and lesbian people every day ...
11, Oct 2014 - State of Alaska defends gay-marriage ban
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Citizens, not the courts, should decide whether the definition of marriage includes same-sex couples, the state of Alaska said in court papers filed Friday.
10, Oct 2014 - Anchorage, AK Juneau Police Officer Takes On Criminal Justice Reform
Juneau Police Lt. Kris Sell has been appointed by Gov. Sean Parnell to serve on the Alaska Criminal Justice Commission. Sell is the only active police officer to serve on the commission, which was created by a bill that passed the legislature earlier this year. Its purpose is to evaluate sentencing laws and law enforcement practices, and to make recommendations for improving the system, which ...
10, Oct 2014 - Alaskan gay marriage ban to be debated in federal court
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - A federal judge will hear oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging Alaska's 16-year-old constitutional ban on gay marriage on Friday, following a week of court rulings backing same-sex unions in seven other states. The hearing comes days after the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals legalized the unions in Nevada and Idaho, and the U.S. Supreme Court upheld ...
10, Oct 2014 - Attorneys in Alaska: Right to marry is fundamental
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Attorneys for the gay couples challenging Alaska's ban on same-sex marriage say the right to marry is fundamental and due to all individuals.
08, Oct 2014 - Alaska elections office ordered to expand language assistance
By Steve Quinn JUNEAU Alaska (Reuters) - A federal judge has ordered Alaska election officials to go further in offering translation assistance to native-language voters in a ruling that one civil rights lawyer said on Tuesday may have implications for non-English speakers in other states. The decision, issued on Monday, gives the state the six weeks that remain before the Nov. 4 elections to ...
05, Apr 2014 - Appeals court sides with Alaska on roadless rule
JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - A divided federal appeals court panel on Wednesday sided with the state of Alaska in reversing a decision that reinstated prohibitions on road-building and the harvesting of timber in the nation's largest national forest. A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of ...
03, Apr 2014 - Petersburg Pilot -
JUNEAU (AP) — A divided federal appeals court panel has sided with the state of Alaska in reversing a decision that reinstated the roadless rule in the Tongass National Forest.
01, Apr 2014 - Photographer Court Leve captures massive flock of seagulls in Alaska
Court Leve, of California, snapped the aerial shots from a helicopter on his journey from Juneau to Cordova in Alaska.