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Dan Carpenter is a Multi-Media Journalist at Channel 2 News. His stories feature his own work both in front of and behind the camera, as well as in the video editing room and through his skill as a writer. Dan was born and raised in Bethel, Alaska...
Channel 2 NewsFor visitors to Alaska, the word “aurora” draws as much interest as glacier, mountains and wildlife, bringing in visitors from all over the world -- but for some people, seeing the Northern Lights just isn’t enough. Scientists have been...
Tags: Arts, Arts and Culture
Channel 2 NewsTurnagain Arm bore tides have been turning out lots of photographers this year -- just ask John Gomes. Gomes, a photographer for the Alaska Zoo, heard a rumor that a bore tide was expected in Turnagain Arm on Monday night. He jumped in his car loaded...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Arts
KTUU.comA photographer and a bowhunter both decided to shoot the same bull moose in Eagle River Saturday morning -- but Alaska State Troopers charged the hunter with a misdemeanor, saying he ignored the photographer’s warning that the area was closed to...
Tags: Eagle River, Anchorage, Arts and Culture, Hunting
Photo Contest: Rules, Terms and Conditions SpeakUpAlaska and Channel 2 KTUU invite you to enter its Photography Competition. You must read the following rules, terms and legal conditions before submitting any photos! The SpeakUpAlaska Photography...
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Federal prosecutors are fighting efforts for reduced bail for five Fairbanks area defendants accused of participating in a murder plot. On Thursday, prosecutors released the first photographs of weapons and planning materials from the alleged "241"...
Tags: Justice System, Judges, Prosecution, Defendants, Crimes
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Broadcasters Association named Mikko Wilson, a photographer and engineer at Juneau's KATH-TV, Alaska Broadcaster of the Year for 2011 at its annual awards banquet Friday night in Anchorage. Several Channel 2 employees also won awards for...
Channel 2 NewsOn the witness stand Tuesday, the lead investigator on the Bonnie Craig murder case, Trooper Curt Harris, said he made a mistake early on by speculating on what happened to Craig. The day of Craig's death, Harris told the victim's family there was no...
Channel 2 NewsMemorial Day Opening for Navy Submarine Exhibit at Alaska Aviation Museumby Rhonda McBride Why would the Alaska Aviation Museum feature an exhibit about a Navy submarine? There are two reasons. The first is that during World War II, submarines...
Channel 2 PhotojournalistWhile I wait for about an hour of HD footage to load onto the computer, I finally find myself with some down-time since I've been here working in Juneau. First of all, activity at the Capitol is pretty much the same somewhat well-oiled machine I was...
Tags: Justice System, Ted Stevens, Laws, Alaska, Sean Parnell
The Associated PressThe German news organization Der Spiegel has published photographs showing two U.S. soldiers -- including Wasilla Cpl. Jeremy Morlock -- posing with an Afghan corpse. Army investigators looking into the deaths of three Afghan civilians last year seized...
Tags: Idaho, Crimes, Murder, Arts and Culture, Crime, Law and Justice
KTUU.comFor most, the Turnagain Arm bore tide is an Alaskan phenomenon to watch from a safe distance -- say, a highway pullout on the shoulder of the Seward Highway. But for Scott Dickerson and his friends, Cook Inlet's tidal bore -- one of the world's most...
Tags: Sports, Surfing, Arts and Culture
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