In all the efforts to demonize conservatives, be they congressmen, legislators, parents in front of school boards, columnists and commentators, the threats coming from the far left have either been ignored or approved by the leaders of the Democratic Party.
On Friday, May 13, law enforcement officers from around the state, will gather in various locations to honor the 68 officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in Alaska. In Anchorage, a gathering will occur outside of the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection
Chickaloon Native Village is in the early stages of revamping and expanding its tribal police force with the long-term goal of providing a unique law enforcement arrangement to Alaska Native tribes in areas where policing is historically limited or
Allegations of systemic corruption committed by state officials has captured the attention of gubernatorial candidate and current House Representative Christopher Kurka, who released a statement last week saying he believes the rights and duties of individual
Alaskans concerned about the inability of state grand juries to investigate corrupt judges and officials, held a protest outside the Kenai Courthouse on March 30. The next demonstration is set for Wednesday, April 6. More than 30 people attended the first
The Alaska State Senate passed Senate Bill 7, which requires the Department of Public Safety to post its officer conduct policies and procedures on their state website. Sponsored by Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson (D-Anchorage), the bill had input from
Johanna Ray planned a winter birthday party for her six-year-old son during the Feb. 22 open swim time at the Hamme Pool in Fairbanks. What was supposed to be a family friendly environment was quickly shattered when a transgender biological male entered into
Gov. Mike Dunleavy delivered his fourth State of the State address on Jan. 25 before a joint session of the Alaska Legislature in Juneau. The governor touted his administration’s work on reducing crime, importing health care workers and fighting the Biden
Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson is launching a special police unit to fight domestic violence. Announced on Dec. 16, the new unit will be led by Monica Elkinton who will serve as Deputy Municipal Prosecutor. The elite unit is comprised of five longtime
When it comes to combating child sex trafficking, Alaska is worst in the nation. This was the finding of a newly released report from Shared Hope International, a national non-profit leader in working to eradicate minor sex trafficking. Last month, the group
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