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Channel 2 NewsAs longtime state Republican Party Chair Randy Ruedrich moved toward the end of his tenure Saturday, dramatic events surrounded a convention where an apparent Ron Paul supporter will replace him. Russ Millette and Debbie Brown were elected as the...
Tags: YouTube, Politics, Joe Miller, Ron Paul, Parties and Movements
Snow removal and the city budget: issues you would expect to hear about in the Anchorage Mayoral race. But now Anthony Rollins, a disgraced police officer, has become a part of the debate. Documents filed in court last week offer more details about the...
Tags: Radio, FBI, Elections, Crime, Law and Justice, Interior Policy
Channel 2 NewsLawmakers in Juneau are feeling the pressure, with less than 23 days left in the session. Time is running out for them to deal with important issues such as changing the way oil companies are taxed, considering whether an in-state gas pipeline should be...
Channel 2 NewsA pair of Anchorage lawmakers, on opposite sides of the oil tax debate, heard a lot about that topic as they visited with constituents Saturday. Inside Rabbit Creek Community Church, Sen. Cathy Giessel, R-Anchorage, told eight mostly pro-tax change...
Austin BairdThe House Finance Committee began a series of hearings Monday to try to determine how the state funds Alaska school districts and how much additional funding, if any, districts should receive this year. One of the first points of debate was whether...
Tags: Schools, Regional Authority, Bill Thomas, Sean Parnell, Politics
NBC's "Today" show is bringing Sarah Palin on board as a co-host - for one morning, this Tuesday. The announcement was posted Sunday on NBC's website. It says the former Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate will "reveal a different...
Channel 2 NewsDon Smith, a Republican who is running for the Alaska State Senate's District H seat in Anchorage, must pay a $370 fine for violating state election law. The Alaska Public Offices Commission, in its investigation said Smith, a seasoned politician, should...
Tags: Politics, Punishment, Elections, Regional Elections, Fines
Gov. Sean Parnell's call for a special session has stopped Legislature staffers who were packing boxes inside the State Capitol Monday. Instead, they're now settling in for what could be a long, contentious 30 days. After watching three important...
Channel 2 NewsRepublicansfrom the late-Rep. Carl Gatto's district in Palmer have sent the governor the names of three potential candidates to serve out the remainder of his term. Those candidates, according to the House District 13 Republicans, are David...
Channel 2 NewsOne of Mitt Romney's sons is scheduled to be in Alaska Thursday, ahead of next month's GOP presidential preference poll. The Romney campaign says Josh Romney will attend meet-and-greets in Fairbanks and Eagle River. All four of the major...
Tags: Rick Santorum, Mitt Romney, Politics, Lisa Murkowski, Elections
Channel 2 NewsGov. Sean Parnell says a state Senate education proposal lacks accountability, firing the latest salvo this week in a fight over education funding at the State Capitol. The debate centers on how much money the state gives school districts for each student...
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