Alaska Releasing Palin Emails Today

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The state of Alaska is releasing some24,000 pages of Sarah Palin's emails from her first two years as governor.

Friday's release comes nearly three years after citizens and news organizations first began asking for the information, during Palin 2008 Republican vice presidential run.

It's not clear whether the emails will contain any major revelations. Palin's attorneys haven't withheld or redacted any information based on privacy concerns.

Palin told Fox News Sunday that a lot of the emails "obviously weren't meant for public consumption" and that she expected people might try to take some of the messages "out of context."The email is being released in paper form only in Alaska's capital Juneau, which is accessible only by air and water.

There also have been requests for emails from Palin's final 10 months in office. The state hasn't begun the process of reviewing those yet.