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Channel 2 NewsPFD scholarships accounts were awarded to five young Alaskans through the University of Alaska college savings plan. The giveaway, in its second year, was aimed at encouraging more families to set aside half of their Permanent Fund dividends for...
Channel 2 NewsDutch Harbor-Unalaska is known not only for its fish, but also for its schools. 900 miles away from Anchorage on the Aleutian Chain, the Unalaska Junior and Senior High School made the National Blue Ribbon Schools list for overall academic excellence....
Channel 2 SportsAlaska's two collegiate hockey programs are losing several members of their existing conferences. The athletic departments at WCHA programs North Dakota, Denver, Colorado College, Nebraska Omaha, and 2011 NCAA champion Minnesota-Duluth, along with CCHA...
The WCHA will approve Northern Michigan University's application to become its sixth member sometime next week, according to a statement released by the conference today. The move will assure the league enough schools to maintain an automatic bid to...
As I drifted with my family past a rocky cliff on the Yukon River, a gull cruised at us like an F-15, diving just over our heads to show its apparent displeasure. As the gull looped to buzz us again, I felt a strong sense of déjà vu. When I floated by...
Channel 2 NewsAlaska's U.S. senators are joining in a wider overhaul of the country's education system, taking a hard look at the Elementary and Secondary Education Act -- or as most people know it, No Child Left Behind. Last week during a Senate Health, Education,...
Tags: Lisa Murkowski, Mark Begich
Channel 2 NewsThe University of Alaska wants to make sure its students graduate on time. Officials plan to launch a campaign Monday informing students about the choices they need to make to earn a bachelor's degree within four years. UA President Pat Gamble stressed...
Channel 2 NewsIt's a tragic problem that takes the lives of Alaskans each year. Our state suffers the highest suicide rate in the nation. To try and find a solution and to strengthen suicide prevention programs, federal agencies and tribal organizations sponsored a 3-...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Suicide
Channel 2 NewsThe Blood Bank of Alaska says it is facing a "critical shortage" of four different blood types in Alaska: O positive, O negative, A positive and B negative. It means there's less than a three-day supply of those types that can be sent to hospitals...
Tags: Schools, Alaska, American Red Cross, Social Issues, Anchorage
The Anchorage Glacier Pilots rallied for eight runs in their final three at-bats to stun the Mat-Su Miners, 8-7 in Thursday night action in the Alaska Baseball League. Kavin Keyes ( Oregon State University ) produced a three-run double in the eighth...
An Alaska college professor was not surprised when the lights went out over the northern tier of the U.S. and southeast Canada about 10 years ago. David Newman studies the workings of complex, chaotic systems as part of his research at the University...
The University of Alaska's Geophysical Institute says a large solar flare will translate to an “extreme” level of aurora activity tonight -- but many Alaskans probably won’t be able to see the show. KTUU Chief Meteorologist Jackie...
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