ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Reliable sources tell Channel 2 News that a grand jury has handed up a new indictment this evening in the ongoing public corruption probe.
There is no word yet who has been charged.
One current state senator, John Cowdery, and one former state senator, Ben Stevens, had their offices raided by federal agents in 2006.
Both were implicated in court testimony in 2007 as accepting bribes from former VECO Corp. executives. Both have thus far remained uncharged.
This is a developing story. Please return to KTUU.com for updates to this story and stay tuned to the Channel 2 News evening broadcasts for the developing report.
Dennis Zaki at Alaska Report is following this too. He's been on the phone a lot this evening with out-of-state media interested in the indictment(s?)...