If the assistant attorney general posted the tweets, it can legally cost him his job.
“Tough on crime” was an unmitigated failure. The Last Frontier should not be the last to wise up.
If budgets reflect our values, perhaps Alaska’s greater value on imprisoning people than providing higher education should be revisited.
Perhaps Allard and the plates’ owners don’t know or remember history. They might learn from the reactions of our few remaining WWII veterans.
I recently realized I am in no rush to have the year, or even a moment, pass.
This, too, shall pass.
The prosecutor said the defendant losing his job was like a life sentence. It wasn’t. It was a collateral consequence of his criminal conduct.
Carrying a gun is a right and responsibility -- know the law and know your own abilities and limits in using deadly force.
Here's a brief primer on handgun laws in our state.
Recent afternoon attack at Northway Mall raises serious questions about self-defense.
The Anchorage citizen group that tracks down stolen cars should get an invitation to learn how to better help police.
Video of illegal arrest of Utah nurse raises question of what to do in Alaska. Best advice: keep calm, ask the charge, submit to arrest and seek legal help.
Legislature can make sure Division of Motor Vehicles is up front with Alaskans about any negotiations to make photos and other information available for national database.
Understaffed and underfunded, these unsung heroes do yeoman's work on the Last Frontier.
Results of a Gallup poll run counter to the stream of bad news in community-police relations: Americans' respect for law enforcement officers is at a near-record high.