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Former sheriff calls prohibition on drugs a farce

Former sheriff calls prohibition on drugs a farce

Lance Buchholtz says criminalizing drugs has not benefited society or kept communities safer.

Man charged with murder says woman died in fall

A 26-year-old Quinhagak man charged with the murder of a 25-year-old village woman told troopers she died after she fell and hit her head on a board outside his home.

Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks

Judge hears arguments over Juneau cruise ship docks

The ongoing dispute between the Alaska Commercial Fishermen’s Memorial and the City and Borough of Juneau continued in court on Monday.

Alaska Supreme Court settles value of TAPS

Alaska Supreme Court settles value of TAPS

Decision settles value of TAPS for 2006 tax year

Trial averted in domestic violence case

Bob S. Huber enters a guilty plea to misdemeanor assault

Measure would increase public seats on Judicial Council

Measure would increase public seats on Judicial Council

Critics worry that could shift the balance of the judicial system itself.

U.S. Senate Considers Law Enforcement Gaps in Native Alaska

U.S. Senate Considers Law Enforcement Gaps in Native Alaska

The Senate Indian Affairs Committee reviewed a controversial report on Native American law-and-order that portrays the high rates of violence in rural Alaska, particularly against Native women and children, as a national disgrace.

Second child enticement case reported in Juneau

Police are investigating possible links between the two cases

Chief Justice: Court delays compromise justice

Chief Justice: Court delays compromise justice

Alaska Supreme Court’s Dana Fabe delivers State of the Judiciary address to lawmakers

Police look for clues in child enticement case

Juneau police are looking for two men in a truck who tried to pick up a child walking home from school last week.