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Channel 2 NewsThe massive earthquake that struck Japan late Thursday triggered a tsunami which swept along the Alaska coastline from the Aleutian chain to Southeast Alaska Friday morning, causing no reports of damage to date. A stretch of coastline between Attu and...
The National Transportation Safety Board issued two safety recommendations Wednesday to the Federal Aviation Administration that would require inspection of all emergency locator transmitters (ELTs) installed on general aviation aircraft to ensure that...
Oil company executives traveled to Washington, D.C. Thursday morning for a Senate Finance Committee hearing on whether a set of federal tax breaks for their firms should be repealed, as industry profits and gas prices both remain high. The committee...
A Pentagon official says all four of the service members killed in a bomb attack in southern Afghanistan were Americans. The NATO international military command in Kabul provided no details on Monday's attack, including the nationalities of the dead. But...
Three of the four soldiers killed by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan were Strykers based at Fort Wainwright, according to an Army Alaska release. The four were killed at about 3 p.m. Monday while conducting a mounted patrol in the city of...
Tags: Afghanistan, Alaska, Explosions
KTUU.comArmy Alaska identified the three Fort Wainwright-based Stryker Brigade soldiers killed over the weekend in Afghanistan. The Army says Spc. Bradley Louis Melton, Pvt. Cheizray Pressley and Pvt. Lamarol Jerome Tucker, all combat engineers with the 73rd...
Tags: Afghanistan, Alaska, Explosions, Gainesville
Channel 2 NewsWhen dialing 911 for an emergency, you expect an ambulance, fire truck or police officer to show up to your home as fast as they can, but the city of Anchorage says in some cases, there are some unlikely hurdles that emergency personnel have to jump...
by Channel 2 News staff Thursday, May 13, 2010 ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- In a poll conducted by Channel 2 News, respondents were asked if there should be limits on liability for oil spills. Here is the official question and results of the 275 people who...
Emergency supplies are being airlifted from Alaska to help with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Two Air Force C-17 cargo jets took off from Elmendorf Air Force Base Monday night en-route to the Gulf Coast; a third plane will leave Tuesday...
NBC NewsThe state says Friday that no salmonella-tainted eggs currently involved in a nationwide recall were sold in Alaska. Federal and state health officials are still trying to determine the cause of the outbreak, which has sickened hundreds of people in...
Ed Bennett brings nearly 40 years of journalism and public affairs experience to the assignment desk at KTUU Channel 2 News. He has won dozens of awards for his work in radio, television and online as well as with daily and weekly newspapers. Ed...
Hundreds of national journalists made their way to the Last Frontier trying to understand Sarah Palin and Alaska since John McCain announced her as his vice presidential candidate. In about a week, Palin's image changed dramatically, now under the...
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