Frank Bailey Fined For Email Use

A former aide to Sarah Palin has been fined for using confidential emails to write a tell-all book. Frank Bailey was fined $11,900 for violating the state's ethics law.

Ben Stevens; Role ‘Clarification;’ and the PFD

Friday, August 12 @ 2:00pm on KSKA and 7:30pm on KAKM Some of the top stories of the week have are: former State Senator Ben Stevens will not face federal corruption charges; Governor Sean Parnell “clarifies” Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell’s role; Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar tours Alaska; former Murkowski aide arraigned in Anchorage courtroom; “Palin gets state legal aid to fight lawsuit”; PFD faces extreme volatility due to world market turmoil; federal government investigating BOEMRE scientist.

State Releases More Palin Emails

These covered the first month of her term and were heavily redacted. The Governor's office says if more turn up they will release them with the next batch due - which would be from the time between when she ran for Vice President to when she resigned.

Congressional Delegates Divided on Likelihood of Gas Pipeline

The dream of getting a gas pipeline to connect Alaska’s North Slope with the Lower 48 is an old one, and in recent years, it’s seemed closer than ever. But even as the company TransCanada works toward building a line, skepticism is mounting among some members of Alaska’s Congressional delegation that a project will happen any time soon, if at all.

Date Withheld for Next Batch of Palin Emails

The State of Alaska must still release another batch of emails from Sarah Palin’s time as governor. But don’t expect them anytime soon.

Palin Emails Reveal Struggle with Sudden Public Attention

Emails released today by the state of Alaska show that as Alaska governor, Sarah Palin struggled with the gossip about her family and marriage.

Alaskan Reaction to Palin Emails Apathetic

While the mainstream media is whipping itself into a frenzy regarding the release of Sarah Palin's emails, ask any dozen Alaskans at random what they think about it, and get a very different reaction. I hit the street this afternoon to hear what Alaskans think about the long-awaited email revelations.

Overview of Palin-Email Release Day Coverage

Take a look at an overview of the release-day coverage of former-Alaska Governor Sarah Palin's emails.

Release of Palin Emails Prompts Explanation for Long Delay

The state of Alaska today released more than 24,000 pages of emails from Sarah Palin’s first 21 months as governor. Reporters from national television networks and newspapers converged on Juneau earlier this week.

Palin Emails to be Released in Free Archive

The public records expected to be released today by the governor's office in Alaska were among those requested in 2008 by news organizations including msnbc.com. Sarah Palin was governor of Alaska for 966 days. As of today, msnbc.com 's request for public records was pending for 997 days. Today msnbc.com is taking two steps to provide citizens of Alaska with a copy of their own records.

Red Tape Over Palin Emails Irks State Legislators

Another lawmaker has stepped forward to provide Alaska citizens access to more than 24,000 pages of emails sent and received by Sarah Palin while she was governor.

Copies of Palin’s Emails Will Be Available to Public

When the state releases more than 24,000 pages of former Governor Sarah Palin’s emails Friday, some legislators plan to make copies available to the public.

Governor Parnell Wants Changes to Oil-Taxes; Wildfires Sweep Through the Interior; and Joe Miller’s Sea Voyage

This week, they will take a closer look at Governor Parnell's call for changes to Alaska's oil-taxes; wildfires striking Interior Alaska, Joe Miller's upcoming sea voyage; an update on the Coastal Zone Management Program; Sarah Palin visits historical sites on her way to New Hampshire; parking enforcement changes in Anchorage; reapportionment in the Legislature; Pete Kott may need to return for a new trial; and what surprises may be revealed with the release of Sarah Palin's emails.

Stevens Crash Information, Sealaska Bills and the Coastal Zone Management Program

This week on Alaska Edition, host Michael Carey is joined in the studio by Paul Jenkins, from the Anchorage Daily Planet, Steve MacDonald, of KTUU Channel 2 News, and Libby Casey, APRN’s Washington DC correspondent.

Sarah Palin Embarking on East Coast Tour

Sarah Palin is embarking on an East Coast tour this weekend, hitting historical sites that her political action committee calls key to the country’s formation, survival, and growth. Limited details of Palin’s “One Nation” tour were released on the website of SarahPAC. The tour is beginning in Washington, D.C., and moving up the East Coast.

Feature Film About Palin Premiering in Iowa Next Month

A feature film about former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin is coming out next month and will premiere in Iowa, according to the Chicago-based...

Tell-All Book About Palin May Have Been Leaked By Rival Author

Associated Press The writers of a tell all book about Sarah Palin now say the unpublished book was leaked to the press by a rival...

Flags at Half-Staff for Tucson Shooting Victims

Photo by Libby Casey, APRN - Washington DC Alaska’s Congressman Don Young is not changing any security protocol or plans this week in the wake...

Report Studies Effect of Climate Change on Resources

Jacob Resneck, KMXT – Kodiak The Department of Fish and Game released its climate change strategy last week. The document comes from the subcabinet...

Beck Event Draws Large Crowd in Anchorage

Steve Heimel, APRN – Anchorage On Saturday more than 4,000 people turned out in Anchorage to see cable television personality Glenn Beck, along with...