Dems pulling together to elect their guy, Republicans ignoring their girl, and union fraud finally on trial. Its Friday in the Sun!!!
The Alaska Chamber held their annual meeting in Fairbanks this week where they discussed and voted on the legislative priorities to lobby state and federal officials on in the coming year.
APOC is charging State Senator Lesil McGuire for failing to disclose income from her husband, even though APOC says they told her to several times.
The May and July 2015 sweeps, a year and a half after the KTVA reboot, marks a good starting point to begin drawing judgments on what, if any, progress KTVA is making in its quest to compete.
Tuesday, filling in as host of a local Anchorage radio talk show, Begich was directly asked by a caller if he would run for office next cycle. His response will have people talking.
Gov. Bill Walker is turning the tables on environmentalists, saying Alaska needs the revenues new oil development would provide to fight climate change.
The West Anchorage Assembly race is still six months from being decided, but it’s already getting heated as the three way dynamic between solidly conservative Adam Trombley, proudly progressive Eric Croft, and decidedly non-partisan Ira Perman forces all three candidates to jockey to define both themselves and their opponents.
Friday morning on the Rick Rydell radio show former Florida congressional candidate Ross Beiling announced he was challenging Mike Hawker in the Republican primary for state house district 28.
With the rise of “outsider” candidates in the Republican presidential primary and the failure of John Boehner’s hand picked successor in the race for Speaker of the House, one has to wonder if party insiders and powerful special interests truly have lost control of the GOP.