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Channel 2 NewsOn Friday, automotive minds from across the state tested their skills at the University of Alaska Anchorage in the Auto Skills Challenge. The top students from Juneau, Ketchikan, North Pole, Fairbanks, and Anchorage raced against the clock to diagnose...
Channel 2 NewsAnchorage's most popular trail will undergo a major overhaul according to the city's Department of Parks and Recreation, with about seven miles of the 10-mile Tony Knowles Coastal Trail slated to see construction. Holly Spoth-Torres, the department's...
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Channel 2 NewsA state prosecutor says two Anchorage police officers who shot and killed a 25-year-old man during a February car chase, in which he struck several vehicles, were on foot and feared for their lives when he backed up at them. APD held a press conference...
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Channel 2 NewsAn Alaska National Guard exercise that wrapped up earlier this week in the Southeast Alaska town of Sitka saw federal, state and local agencies responding to a series of hypothetical terror threats seemingly ripped from the pages of a technothriller...
A ship that will transport a damaged Royal Dutch Shell Arctic drilling barge has arrived in the Alaska port of Dutch Harbor. Shell spokesman Curtis Smith says in an email Monday the Kulluk will be prepped for loading and transported aboard the Xiang...
Channel 2 NewsThree tugboats began moving the Shell drilling rig Kulluk from Kiliuda Bay near Kodiak towards Dutch Harbor Tuesday afternoon en route to Asia after its New Year’s Eve grounding. The tug operation began at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday and will take 10 days to...
Channel 2 NewsIf you have a few more Christmas parties to go to before the new year, a free service is available to help motorists get home safely during the holidays. AAA is partnering with Vulcan Towing to offer its Operation Tipsy Tow service for the first time...
Channel 2 News"Operation Tipsy Tow", a free tow and transportation service for inebriated drivers, is available in Anchorage through a partnership between AAA and Vulcan Towing. This is the first year the service will be available in Anchorage. The operation began...
Channel 2 NewsThe first of the year is the first day for many newly passed laws to take effect both nationally and in Alaska. January first marks the deadline by which the federal government must come to an agreement to avoid the budget cuts and tax increases known...
Channel 2 NewsAsia Garden 7828 Old Seward Hwy. $10-$22 per plate 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. weekdays, 3 p.m. to 3 a.m. weekends 907-349-1125 Lately I’ve been trying to visit restaurants farther away from Midtown, an area I naturally gravitate toward on short trips...
Channel 2 NewsUpdate: Update from City of Palmer: At 10 pm, residents may return to the Cedar Hills Subdivision without the need to show id. Please use care when driving as the firefighters will have their equipment in the area and will monitor the area throughout...
Channel 2 NewsHigher rates could be in the works for users of Kodiak's city-owned shipyard. The Kodiak Daily-Mirror reports that the shipyard lost more than $300,000 in the last fiscal year, and now the Kodiak Port and Harbor Advisory Board has agreed that shipyard...
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