...on track to close by the end of November, if not sooner, Assistant Attorney General Ed Sniffen said. The state Attorney General's office will keep an eye on Lynden and Samson as they operate in Southeast to make sure the companies are providing...
JUNEAU - Shopping guides aboard cruise ships that come to Alaska have new rules to abide by, following complaints that they were misleading passengers and smearing local stores.
The state Attorney General's office approved freight transportation company Lynden's buyout of competitor Northland Marine Services on July 31, Assistant Attorney...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA are poised to move forward with their legal fight over New Jersey's plans to allow sports gambling.
PALMER - The largest dairy in Alaska will close Sunday, laying off 15 to 18 employees, the general manager said Friday. Palmer-based Matanuska Creamery has failed to make payments on about $880,000 in state loans, according to the state.
JUNEAU - A project to archive records related to the Exxon Valdez oil spill is continuing after the state sought to address concerns raised by a federal judge. U.S. District Judge H.
ANCHORAGE - A District Court judge in Bethel is again accused of improper conduct, 2 1/2 years after the Alaska Supreme Court suspended him for inappropriate contact with a witness.
Digest of Alaska staff and wire reports.
The state attorney general's office says it may suspend Alaska's medical marijuana registration list in response to the U.S. Supreme Court decision Monday allowing the federal government to override state laws allowing medical marijuana.
Eight local attorneys applied before last week's deadline to follow Peter B. Froehlich as Juneau's District Court judge.
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