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The Associated PressSTORY UPDATED AT 6:30 p.m. 3/26/13: The state senator who requested a study of women's issues in Alaska says she's shocked and disturbed by the results. Anchorage Republican Lesil McGuire says she plans to introduce a bill yet this session to reform...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Housing Finance Corp. has announced a plan to award $35 million in grants and tax credits in six Alaska communities next year, building or upgrading nearly 200 affordable apartments for low-income and senior Alaskans. An AHFC statement says...
Channel 2 NewsA new website unveiled by a special committee in the Alaska State Legislature hopes to educate Alaskans about the state's budget, particularly how much oil revenues play a part in it, and how money is invested. The site, put together by a state house...
Channel 2 NewsThe Kodiak Launch Center has been quiet this year. Too quiet. The facility, which is considered one of the finest anywhere in the world for for "small-lift" polar launches, has -- ironically -- not seen a launch since September 2011. Part of the...
Channel 2 Financial CorrespondentWe all know it’s best to start saving for retirement at a young age. Doing so allows your savings more time to grow and compound. The difficult part is finding money to save, especially if you are just getting established and raising a family. ...
Alaska Journal of CommerceLong before there was an oil boom in Alaska, the U.S. military was the main driver of the state economy and while its impact has lessened from Cold War peaks, it remains an indispensable part of life in the Last Frontier. Eighteen months before Pearl...
The Associated PressAlaska lawmakers, law enforcement officers and prosecutors from around the state gathered Tuesday for a two-day summit that aims to identify cost-effective ways to fight crime and improve public safety across Alaska. The Senate Judiciary Committee opened...
Channel 2 NewsLow-income rural Alaska residents can now take advantage of grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help improve their homes. USDA Rural Development officials say the Housing Preservation Grants can be used for weatherization, repairing...
Channel 2 NewsMore Alaskans are relying on food stamps to eat, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Census numbers show that the number of people in the state getting food stamps increased 10.6 percent between 2009 and 2010 alone. Some 90,000 Alaskans now qualify...
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Channel 2 NewsLawmakers and healthcare advocates celebrated two major projects Friday that they say will help Medicare and low-income families throughout the state. In South Anchorage, the Alaska Medicare Clinic is now accepting new patients. It's a non-profit primary...
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Channel 2 NewsSaving money to build wealth is a constant chore, but this week I’d like to offer six simple ideas to make it easier. Step 1: Save rather than spend windfall income this year To get the ball rolling, don’t spend your 2010 tax refund. If you&...
Name: Bob Griffin Occupation: Retired Fighter Pilot, current Airline Pilot and union member Registered Political Party: Like most Alaskans, I'm very independent and not affiliated with any political party, but I consider myself "conservative". Why...
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