On Tuesday, the Alaska Judicial Council voted to forward a list of three candidates to Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy, who will select one to fill an upcoming vacancy on the state’s highest court.
Gov. Dunleavy will now be asked to choose Dani Crosby, Jennifer Stuart Henderson or Yvonne Lamoureux to fill the seat going vacant when Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Joel Bolger retires in June.
Murkowski is only the second Senate Republican to back the bill, after Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services’ website suffered a malware attack Monday night, impacting some online services.
“Sasquatch” is the search for a different type of monster, which, as Holthouse told Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove, starts with a scary story circulating among illegal cannabis farmers in mid-’90s Mendocino County, California.
An Anchorage man was turned back at the border because of Canada’s pandemic-related travel restrictions, but he reportedly refused to leave the checkpoint.
Dylan Listberger of Juneau sued Guardian Flight over the death of his 30-year-old fiancée Stacie Rae Morse, a flight nurse who was 27 weeks pregnant at the time, according to the lawsuit filed earlier this year.
After nearly two weeks, the Alaska Court System’s email came back online on Tuesday. But other services are still down after a cyberattack last month.
Indigenous women in the United States are murdered 10 times more often than the national average, according to the Department of Justice.
Facebook groups where people play bingo and pull tabs illegally for cash have proliferated during the pandemic.