On Friday, the state of Alaska released more than 24,000 pages of e-mails sent and received by Sarah Palin from when she took office as governor in December of 2006 through September of 2008.
The AP reports on emails that will not be included in the disclosure from Palin's final ten months in office, which were requested by media outlets and individuals who sought the initial dispatch of documents under the state public records law:
Requests have been made for emails from her final 10 months in office. The state hasn't begun the process of reviewing those yet. Palin resigned partway through her term, in July 2009.
Prior records requests have shed light on the Palin administration's efforts to advance a natural gas pipeline project and the role played by Palin's husband in state business.
The e-mails released on Friday were deemed to be related to state business. The messages were sent and received by both Palin's state and personal email accounts.
Below, a slideshow of highlights and key revelations from the release.