Bolger made these comments after giving his last State of the Judiciary address to lawmakers. He is retiring in June after completing his three-year term as chief justice.
The family says they’re willing to accept the truth, however unpleasant — but they want to know what happened that night.
A Facebook video of Wasilla police pinning down and arresting a woman last weekend at the local Walmart has gotten tens of thousands of views and drawn some criticism to the Wasilla Police Department.
The 57-43 vote was 10 short of the two-thirds majority needed to convict on an impeachment.
Murkowski says the House managers prosecuting the case have built a compelling timeline linking Trump’s words to the violence of the day.
Riyan Stossel admitted to making more than 100 fraudulent wire transfers to steal roughly $11,500 in museum funds.
Authorities arrested 27-year-old woman from Prince of Wales Island who allegedly brought the drugs in on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle.
The parent company of the proposed Pebble Mine said it’s cooperating with a federal grand jury investigation.
Some experts say an outdated consent statute ensures most sexual assault cases won’t result in convictions in Alaska.
Presiding judge in each judicial district will make a decision based on public health considerations, such as COVID-19 case counts and risk levels in the area. They will also consider other factors related to the particular case or courthouse where the trial will be held.