Sean Parnell

The alleged misconduct, detailed in an assessment by the National Guard Bureau’s Office of Complex Investigations and in
Here are the issue-by-issue stands for Sean Parnell and Bill Walker, with additional links at the bottom for each candidate if you'd like to dig deeper.
(Adds details, background) The two officers were among scores of state troopers who have helped raise the agency's profile
Time has a strange affect on events in our lives. I feel I'm looking through a glass of water when I look back 25 years to this day, March 24, 1989.
It's a critical matter for Alaska, which in recent months has begun dipping into its savings. Senate Bill 21, set to become
The signing of these bills into law is the closest any state has come to seceding. One resolution went so far as to urge the federal government to "recede." We have officially adopted laws asserting autonomy and authority over the union of which we are a part, to which we pledge allegiance to.
Solving gun violence should be a primary goal of law enforcement but government departments remain hamstringed by budget cuts and hiring freezes, not to mention the relentless bigfooting of the NRA, firearms manufacturers and the rest of the gun lobby.
Walker said the major reason he decided to run for governor again is that he's deeply concerned about the direction Alaska
Native American and Alaska Native women are 2.5 times more likely to be raped or sexually assaulted than other American women. American women are better protected from coast to coast -- but all the way up north? Left out in the cold.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The Alaska Public Offices Commission (APOC), responsible for publishing campaign and finance disclosures
WASHINGTON -- Before she stepped onto the national stage, Sarah Palin was worried about the warming planet and what climate
Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman (R) summed up the tension in comments made Thursday. "Like many Nebraskans, my initial thoughts
WASHINGTON -- A smorgasbord of local luminaries, pro athletes and other notables, including Alaska's governor, turned out
Stubbs is not your average mayor. For starters, he's a cat. Second, while he is mayor only unofficially, his name and position have traveled the world and he is now without a doubt the most famous feline in Alaska -- and perhaps even the state's most famous mayor.
A drawn-out redistricting process has resulted in nearly all of the state's House and Senate seats being up for grabs, and challengers have come out in force to make a play for those open seats.
Alaska Governor Sean Parnell's resistance to federal meddling in Alaska business makes his recent decision all the more contradictory.
Here in Alaska, the proposed Pebble Mine project is not a partisan issue, but it is very political. We have a lot at stake. And right now, we can actually help to influence how this all turns out.
Why didn't Alaska join 23 other states challenging Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission?
"110 Stories" weaves first-person accounts -- selected from hundreds collected right after September 11th -- into a journey
"We cant afford it, the Feds won't pay for it, the general populace isn't placing it as a high priority … can you diplomatically