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Special Education Void: Anchorage School District Looking Hard To Fill Open Jobs

Two days into the new school year, the Anchorage School District wants to fill its void of special education teachers, but officials say that's not an easy task to accomplish.

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Woman Kayaks Aleutian Chain in 101 Days

A British woman is traveling across the waters and land of Alaska during her around the world expedition for multiple charities. The latest leg of the trek included 101 days kayaking along the Aleutian Chain.

'Break the Chains': Weekend to Raise Awareness of Alaska Trafficking

UNICEF estimates that two million children are sexually exploited every year, most of whom are girls. 1.2 million of those are trafficked into sexual slavery under the age of 16.

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Spotlight on Youth: Exchange Students Eager To Bring International Flavor To Alaska

Putting some international flavor into the Anchorage School District, s group of young adults from around the world are here in Alaska as part of the AFS international high school student exchange, aprogram that's bridging cultures in an up close and personal way.

Federal Program on Poverty Expanding to New Area of Alaska

A program designed to tackle persistent poverty is expanding in Alaska. 

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Head of Mat-Su Borough Schools Welcomes Students' Return

Thursday marks the first day of the 2014-2015 school year in the Mat-Su Borough School District -- one which Superintendent Dr. Deena Paramo says will be all about putting value and variety into the borough's classrooms.

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Is it Time for a New Road to McCarthy?

The way to the town at the edge of Wrangell St. Elias National Park is 60 miles of dusty narrow dirt road, including a countless many potholes and blind corners and a one-lane bridge that stands 320 feet high.

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More Homeless Tents: Illegal Camps Popping Up in Public Areas

In recent weeks, there has been an increase of homeless tents popping up near downtown, and even though Anchorage police still actively enforce the illegal camps, the campers say they plan on coming back.

Alaska Bites

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    Avocado Salad Recipe Offers Change of Pace

    As Alaska’s summer continues, you might be getting a little tired of your lunch or leftovers at home. Channel 2’s Rebecca Palsha visited Lisa Chang at Allen and Peterson to see her throw together a change of pace.

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2 Your Health

  • Cold Laser Pain Treatment Reaches Last Frontier

    Cold Laser Pain Treatment Reaches Last Frontier

    According to the Institute of Medicine, one-third of Americans live with chronic pain. Some people use medication to relieve that pain, while others seek out physical therapy or even surgery in severe cases.

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Marcus At The Movies

  • 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

    'Guardians of the Galaxy'

    Marcus says he's hooked on a feeling -- namely the one he gets when he's watching Marvel's latest superhero film, "Guardians of the Galaxy." The PG-13 film, featuring an ensemble cast including Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana and Dave Batista, features a quest to save the galaxy that's as epic as it's hilarious.

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Lunch Box

  • Lunchbox: White Spot Cafe

    Lunchbox: White Spot Cafe

    As any Anchorage resident can tell you, dining Downtown during the summer can be difficult -- but the crowds I saw on a recent foray into the area pushed me a little farther east to an unexpected stop.

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