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A 42-year-old driver suspected of striking a Juneau pedestrian and fleeing has been arrested on a felony charge. Juneau Police Department spokeswoman Cindee Brown-Mills tells radio station KINY that Yvonne Bennett was arrested Tuesday afternoon. She's...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice
On Wednesday, it’ll be four years to the day that John McCain tapped Sarah Palin as his running mate for the presidency. Suddenly the governor of Alaska was propelled into the national spotlight. Although Alaska Governor Walter Hickel had been...
The Calista Corp. may be undergoing a change of leadership, amid reports that President Andrew Guy might not be on the job. Public radio station KYUK reported Tuesday that Felix Hess, a spokesperson for the Alaska Native corporation's board of directors,...
Tags: Board of Directors
Channel 2 NewsScores made a literal run for Bethel’s Cultural Center boarder Sunday, as Taco Bell employees served up 10,000 free tacos: a gesture company officials say is aimed at turning a hoax into something good. Earlier this summer many of the city’...
Channel 2 NewsA U.S. ArmyReserve vessel that struck an object and began taking on water late Friday night grounded on a small island near Kodiak to avoid sinking, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. According to Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd Class Grant DeVuyst and...
Channel 2 NewsGalena Police Chief John Havard tells Channel 2 News two badly burned bodies discovered after a massive Friday night house fire were found at the home of local radio station general manager Terry Fair and his wife Kim. Alaska State Trooper spokesperson...
Tags: Terry Fair, Radio, Entertainment
Channel 2 NewsSen. Lisa Murkowski isn't up for election until 2016, but that's not stopping the American Chemistry Council from buying lots of commercial airtime on TV and radio stations in Anchorage, airing a pro-Murkowski political advertisement hundreds of times....
Tags: Labor Markets, Conservation, Science, Chemistry, Cedric Richmond
The Sitka Tribe of Alaska's council has dismissed an ethics complaint filed against council woman Stephanie Edenshaw. KCAW reports (http://bit.ly/sdg91A) Lauren Estes filed the complaint after reading comments Edenshaw posted on Facebook critical of...
Tags: Values, Religion and Belief, Facebook, Ethics
A three-day “State of Our Salmon” summit is underway in Bethel, hosted by the Association of Village Council Presidents, a regional organization that represents more than 50 tribes. The gathering has brought together many experts to present...
Tags: Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure
A construction crew working on a historic house in Sitka found a human skull. Contractors working in the basement of the building used by KCAW radio (http://bit.ly/um282w) discovered the remains in late October. The radio station says the remains are...
Tags: Radio, Entertainment
Alaska Wildlife Troopers say two Yakutat men drowned after their 20-foot boat capsized. Another man in the commercial fishing party survived Monday's accident at the mouth of Dangerous River in Yakutat. Troopers identified the victims as 29-year-old...
Tags: Fishing, Human Interest, Lifestyle and Leisure, Alaska
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