Lawyers in Alaska are wrangling over the possibility of continuing a shareholder lawsuit against executives of oil giant BP, court papers show.
An Alaskan court ruled the state wrongly terminated the leases for Exxon Mobil and its partners to develop the Point Thomson gas fields in the North Slope.
A judge in Alaska ruled against the Point Thomson development plan.
A judge in Alaska ruled state officials have the right to reject Exxon's development plan for a giant North Slope oil and gas field.
Four major oil companies have sued Alaska, claiming the state illegally repossessed the companies' idle land leases near the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
A U.S. judge has rejected the appeal of a convicted killer denied admittance to a University of Alaska social work program.
A judge in Anchorage Friday told the state it could go ahead with plans to kill about 40 wolves around the village of McGrath.