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Channel 2 NewsArctic offshore drilling could move closer to development after new language was introduced in the House’s 2012 Department of Interior spending bill. Alaska’s D.C. delegation is praising language that transfers air quality authority from...
The U.S. Senate has confirmed an Alaska Supreme Court justice to fill a vacancy on the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Senators voted 95-3 Thursday to confirm the nomination of Morgan Christen, who becomes the first Alaska woman to serve on the 9th...
The Fairbanks North Star Borough is seeking to have a lawsuit filed by former U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller dismissed. Miller alleges in the lawsuit that the borough violated his privacy by releasing records about his employment. But borough...
Tags: Trials, Fairbanks, Lawyers, File Sharing, Justice System
A trial date has been set in the privacy suit brought by former U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller. Miller is suing the Fairbanks North Star Borough alleging that officials violated his privacy by releasing personnel documents before a lawsuit filed by...
Tags: Trials, File Sharing, Lisa Murkowski, Litigation, Joe Miller
Too many Alaska children without health insurance coverage. That’s what drew about 50 people to a rally in downtown Anchorage on Thursday. They chanted in front of the Legislative Information Office, calling on the governor and state lawmakers...
A meeting of the U.S. Senate General Aviation Caucus on Tuesday will draw a famous pilot. The office of Alaska Sen. Mark Begich says actor Harrison Ford will join the meeting in Washington, D.C., to discuss the importance of America's general aviation...
The Associated PressUnsuccessful U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller won't appeal a judge's order that he pay more than $17,300 in legal fees incurred by the state in fighting his challenge to last year's race. Miller said Thursday that given the amount at issue, it didn't...
Tags: Republican Party, Alaska, Politics, Elections, Primaries
The Associated PressScott McAdams, the former Sitka mayor who made a failed run for U.S. Senate last year, is starting his own political group. McAdams has filed paperwork with the Alaska Public Offices Commission, establishing the group It's About Alaska. The group's...
Tags: Republican Party, Elections, Politics, Lisa Murkowski
An Alaska judge has yet to decide whether failed U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller should pay a portion of the legal fees incurred by the state and Sen. Lisa Murkowski in fighting Miller's challenge to last year's election. Miller sued over the state's...
Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Joe Miller has formed a new political action committee and a tax-exempt organization to educate about public policy issues. Miller on Thursday said he was forming the Restoring Liberty Alaska PAC and the...
Tags: Republican Party, Alaska, Elections, Primaries, Lisa Murkowski
Channel 2 NewsThe 2010 Senate race was a historic election. Sen. Lisa Murkowski lost the primary to new comer Joe Miller who was backed heavily by the Tea Party Express and Democrat Scott McAdams came out swinging. In the end, Murkowski won back her Senate seat in...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska House of Representatives advanced a bill Wednesday designating the fourth Saturday of every July as "Ted Stevens Day." The measure (HB 101) passed with all 38 members present voting in favor. “One thing you can be assured of is he...
Tags: Judges, Alaska, Elections, Craig Johnson, Ted Stevens
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