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    Don’t let extremists dominate tonight’s listening session about Juneau police

    The City and Borough of Juneau will get an earful during a listening session on racism, policing and myriad other social justice issues tonight. The...

    Anchorage rally to show support for law enforcement officers

    In a show of support for Alaska’s law enforcement officers, a group of Alaskans will hold a rally on Thursday, June 18, at the...

    Militant Marxists demand Anchorage cops be disarmed, defunded and much more

    The local chapter of a militant national Marxist organization is demanding that Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz reduce the police department, disarm cops, eliminate crowd...

    Dunleavy stands by Alaska’s law enforcement amid defunding calls

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy said he will not defund Alaska’s law enforcement officers as some have called for after the death of George Floyd -...

    Defunding police would harm black communities

    Recent protests in Alaska and around the nation have taken rhetorical aim at local police departments. In some cases, protesters are calling for mayors...

    We cannot let hate mongers govern us

    It looks like the left has started a revolution, backed by the Soros-funded terrorist group ANTIFA which is co-opting some of the protests by...

    Mayor allowed to keep emergency powers in Anchorage

    The Anchorage Assembly voted 9-2 on June 2 to extend Mayor Ethan Berkowitz’s ability to enact and enforce emergency orders as they pertain to...

    Mainstream media deliberately frames violent riots as ‘peaceful protests’

    America’s mainstream media has done it’s best to frame the ongoing murder, violence and destruction of public and private property across America as little...

    Alaska joins 18-states asking Congress to investigate China’s role in pandemic

    Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson joined an 18-state coalition urging Congress to investigate the Chinese government’s role in covering up the COVID-19 pandemic. The letter...

    Governor orders statewide mandates to stay home, cease in-state travel

    Gov. Mike Dunleavy issued his 11th and 12th statewide health mandates on March 27, ordering all Alaskans who are not engaged in critical infrastructure...

    Alaska Supreme Court to hear Dunleavy recall case today at 1:30 p.m.

    The Alaska Supreme Court will hear oral arguments at 1:30 p.m. today (March 25) on the merits of the recall campaign against Gov. Mike...

    All incoming travelers to Alaska ordered to self-quarantine

    Anyone arriving in Alaska from outside the state is now required to self-quarantine for 14 days according to a new mandate from Gov. Mike...

    Anchorage looks to encourage reporting of criminal spread of COVID-19

    Anchorage Assembly Member Fred Dyson has introduced a resolution encouraging citizens to report the intentional spreading of coronavirus to others. The ordinance is scheduled for...

    Rep. LeDoux denies criminal charges of voter misconduct

    Rep. Gabrielle LeDoux, R-Anchorage, and two others have been charged with voter misconduct by the State of Alaska. Attorney General Kevin G. Clarkson announced March...

    Judgeship opening in Fairbanks

    There’s an opening for a judge in the Fairbanks District Court. The Alaska Judicial Council is taking applications for the post due to the...

    Alaska’s chief justice steps down from case to recall governor

    Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Joel Bolger has admitted to having made statements that may cause a “reasonable person” to wonder whether...

    Kenai Assembly splits 5-4 in support of LGBT hate crime bill

    Following an impassioned and sometimes angry public comment period, the Kenai Borough Assembly narrowly approved a resolution on Feb. 25, urging the Alaska Legislature...

    Alaska lawmakers to debate bill on prostitution & sex trafficking

    The House State Affairs Committee in Juneau is set to hear a bill on Thursday, Feb. 20 that deals with prostitution and sex trafficking....

    Chief justice claims Alaska judges not moved by ‘political interests’

    In his Feb. 12 address to a joint session of the Alaska Legislature, Chief Justice of the Alaska Supreme Court Joel Bolger alluded to...

    Push for stiffer hate crime laws seen as threat to religious liberty

    Hate crime is back in the national and local spotlight following the recent introduction of legislation in both the Alaska Legislature and the U.S....

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