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Sarah Palin to the Republican Rescue

Sarah Palin to the Republican Rescue

Former Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin is back in the spotlight for the Republican party as she attempts to help rescue struggling campaigns. This follows a less than stellar appearance by the Palin clan at a party in Alaska a few weeks ago. On Thursday, Palin was in Kansas to throw her support behind U.S. Senator […]

TV News Reporter Quits on Air to Run Marijuana Club

TV News Reporter Quits on Air to Run Marijuana Club

Television news reporter shocked viewers when she quit on air to run her marijuana club.  Charlo Greene was in the middle of reporting on CBS affiliate KTVA-TV in Anchorage, Alaska when she dropped the F-bomb and switched from news to disclose that she owned a cannabis club in the city.  Immediately after, she reported she […]

Sarah Palin and Family Involved in Brawl at Anchorage Party

Sarah Palin and Family Involved in Brawl at Anchorage Party

A drunken brawl involving about 20 people broke out at a party Saturday night that was attended by former Alaska governor and vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family. The incident, which people say was started by Alaska’s former First Family, apparently began when the Palins arrived in a stretch Hummer limousine. Twenty-five-year-old Track Palin almost […]

Alaska Police Arrest Ex Marine for Pregnant Neighbors Murder

Alaska Police Arrest Ex Marine for Pregnant Neighbors Murder

Police in Anchorage, Alaska, have arrested ex-Marine Christopher Brandon Lee, suspected of murdering Erin Corwin, his 19-year-old pregnant neighbor and alleged lover. Corwin had been missing from her home in Twentynine Palms, Calif., since June 28. Her body was found Saturday in Southern California, 140 feet deep in an abandoned mine shaft, after authorities spent almost two months searching a […]

Republican Underdogs in a Late Surge in the Alaska Senate Primary

Republican Underdogs in a Late Surge in the Alaska Senate Primary

As the race for the Alaskan Senate nears its finale, a triumvirate of Republicans seek to topple the vulnerable Democratic majority in the Senate. Polls indicate that former Alaskan attorney general Dan Sullivan leads the pack over the two underdogs, Commissioner of Natural Resources Mead Treadwell and Joe Miller, the well-liked, Tea Party-backed lieutenant governor. […]

Sarah Palin Endorses Joe Miller

Sarah Palin Endorses Joe Miller

Sarah Palin has endorsed Joe Miller for the Republican Senate primary in Alaska. Miller is considered a Tea Party favorite who has experience in running for Senate in Alaska. Miller ran in 2010 against Senator Lisa Murkowski. This time, Miller will face fellow Republican Dan Sullivan. Sullivan was a Palin appointee for Attorney General when […]

Alaska Tourist Train to Resume After Derailment

Alaska Tourist Train to Resume After Derailment

An Alaskan train that transports tourists is expected to resume operations Friday after a derailment that occurred on Wednesday. The rail company carries hundreds of thousands of visitors along the historic route of the Klondike Gold Rush each year. According to officials, the train derailment left 23 tourists with minor injuries. Four passenger rail cars […]

Alaska Will Vote on the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana in November

Alaska Will Vote on the Legalization of Recreational Marijuana in November

Since Colorado began selling legalized recreational marijuana January 1, 2014, and Washington followed on July 8, 2014, the rest of the country has been wondering which state will be next, and while Oregon has been on the tips of most people’s tongues, it could also be Alaska that becomes the next to capitalize on the […]

Arctic Communities May End Alcohol Bans

Arctic Communities May End Alcohol Bans

Three Arctic villages in Alaska may decide to lift the local option and end laws that ban alcohol in their communities. There are strong feelings on both sides of the argument and this movement to change local law comes on the heels of a study released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) […]

Alaska Fire Still Raging Now Monitored by Drone Aircraft

Alaska Fire Still Raging Now Monitored by Drone Aircraft

The massive wildfire raging on Alaska’s Kenai Penninsula is now being monitored by a drone aircraft called ScanEagle. The unmanned aircraft was launched by catapult on Friday to fly over the area and map fire boundaries and hot spots. It is flying its first mission over an Alaska wildfire in almost five years, after receiving permission from […]

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