While the case does not directly challenge the same-sex marriage ban, the court could take up that issue, Renn said.
Five gay couples have filed a lawsuit challenging Alaska’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Alaska lieutenant governor hopeful Dan Sullivan is apologizing if he offended anyone with his use of the term “slavery” in comments he made about the payment of union dues.
The production company that made MTV’s “Buckwild” is behind “Slednecks,” a reality show about a group of young people in Alaska
The first volley in the fight over the ballot measure to make recreational use in Alaska legal has been served.
Washington’s U.S. senators are praising a decision by the Environmental Protection Agency for starting a process that could potentially restrict the development of proposed gold-and-copper mine in southwest Alaska.
U.S. Sen. Mark Begich has come out against the proposed Pebble Mine, calling it “the wrong mine in the wrong place for Alaska.”
A government report indicates a large-scale copper and gold mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay region could have devastating effects on the world’s largest sockeye salmon fishery and adversely affect Alaska Natives, whose culture is built around salmon.
A citizens’ group hoping to make Alaska the third state in the nation to legalize recreational use of marijuana took a step closer Wednesday, submitting more than 46,000 signatures to the state election office.
Alaska State Troopers say a license plate that dropped off a vehicle that struck a Tongass Highway guardrail led to the driver, who did not report the incident.