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Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage School District wants the public’s help to beef up its social studies curriculum and move the district and its students towards the nationwide common core standards. Some of ASD's history books will be a thing of the past, next school...
Channel 2 NewsHomeless advocates like Trevor Storrs, the chair of the Anchorage Coalition to Stop Homelessness, are getting ready for the 7th Annual Project Homeless Connect, where hundreds of volunteers will be providing the homeless with free services. "The whole...
Channel 2 NewsHigh costs, low temperatures and polar bears are only some of the challenges for the people who call Barrow, Alaska home. For more than 4,000 residents of the state's northernmost city, only one thing is for sure: it isn't easy. Barrow sits 320 miles...
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Jason Lamb has been a reporter for Channel 2 News since August 2008. Jason has covered some of the biggest news stories in Alaska for Channel 2 News, including Sarah Palin's run as Vice Presidential nominee in 2008 and the eruption of Mt. Redoubt. He was...
Channel 2 NewsIt's been a tough couple of months for Paula James, a mother of young twins. James has been living in a shelter after some bad luck. "Things didn't go right and right now I have twins, and I'm looking to do better for me and my twins," James said. ...
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Greater HartfordSpanish teacher Lindsay Smolka embodies what it means to be a leader and a mentor to the students at the Connecticut River Academy at Goodwin College. "I'm always trying to make things more exciting. A teacher means being supportive and letting...
— Lawyers for former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., who awaits sentencing July 3, say he needs ongoing mental health treatment for a mood disorder and assert he is unlikely to get suitable care if sent to prison. "It is unlikely that Mr. Jackson will be...
Abigail Elizabeth Showman and Jonathan Roy Shiver, both of Tallahassee, Fla., are announcing their engagement. Miss Showman is the daughter of Capt. (Ret) Gregory and Beatrice Showman, Melbourne, Fla. Her grandparents are Mrs. Lewis Weaver and the...
The front table in Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op Bookstore has been a must stop for book browsers for book lovers since the early 1970s. It is always brimming with more than 100 newly published scholarly works vying for readers' attention. Most of the titles...
Last Week: Facebook’s recent announcement that it is committing to take proactive steps to monitor and remove hate speech, specifically through a campaign to end gender-based hate speech, is an important leap forward toward fostering a more civil...
Tribune reporterWASHINGTON — As former Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. awaits sentencing on July 3, his lawyers filed a court document today saying that he needs ongoing mental health treatment and is unlikely to get suitable care if sent to prison. “It is...
The number of Americans who consider themselves multiracial has grown faster than any other racial group nationwide, new Census Bureau data reveal, a sign of slow but momentous shifts in the way that Americans think about race. Mixed or multiracial...
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