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Channel 2 NewsAlaska's Senators are welcoming an agreement by the Veterans Administration that allows Rural Alaska veterans to receive health care benefits at Native health clinics. A release from Senator Mark Begich's office says the VA, 14 Alaska Native Tribal...
Channel 2 NewsWith the arrival of spring, the risk of humans running into bears is on the rise. Already, this weekend, there have been 2 high-profile encounters between people and bears. In one of those encounters a man was seriously injured. It happened in...
Tags: Health, Injuries and Wounds, Mother's Day
Channel 2 NewsTwo three-vehicle crashes Thursday afternoon, each in the Mat-Su Valley and involving multiple rear-end collisions, sent a total of seven people to the hospital, some with non-life-threatening injuries according to Alaska State Troopers. AST spokesperson...
Channel 2 NewsIn her hospital room at the Alaska Native Medical Center on Sunday, 20 year-old Felicia Ambrosio welcomed a group of visitors. Friends and family have been stopping by to see how she is doing after surviving a car crash that happened early Saturday...
Channel 2 NewsLoved ones, friends and fellow legislators paused Sat. to memorialize former Palmer Rep. Carl Gatto as a family man first, and a state lawmaker second. Gatto, 74, died April 10 of kidney failure in a Seattle Hospital after a long prostate cancer battle. ...
The military’s long and important history in the Great Land began at the very moment Alaska became American soil, Oct. 18, 1867. Elements of the Army’s 9th Infantry were on hand as the Russian Golden Eagle was lowered and the Stars and...
Channel 2 NewsAnchorage paramedics and heart-attack patients helped successfully test a new drug to reduce the severity of heart attacks during some 911 calls for cardiac-arrest symptoms from 2008 through 2011, according to the Anchorage Fire Department. AFD...
Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage Fire Department said one person was sent to the hospital after AFD responded to a residential fire near the Sand Lake area early Wednesday morning. Bob Thompson, a neighbor, said he spotted the fire shortly before 3:30 a.m. at the 3600...
Tags: American Red Cross, Health
Austin BairdRep. Carl Gatto has been hospitalized to receive treatment for a kidney condition. Melanie Lesh, an aide to Gatto, says the Palmer Republican was hospitalized shortly before a planned party on his behalf Thursday. Lesh says Gatto was taken to a...
Tags: Health, Prostate Cancer
Suzanna Caldwell, Fairbanks Daily News-MinerA Fairbanks man has been charged with assaulting a 2-year-old boy. Fairbanks police say the child was seriously injured and was unconscious when taken to Fairbanks Memorial Hospital on Tuesday. The boy then was flown to a hospital in...
Tags: Prosecution, Health
Channel 2 NewsIt’s April, a time when Alaskans observe Sexual Assault Awareness month, to remind each other that the numbers are grim. A recent victimization study shows that almost half of the women in Alaska have experienced sexual assault at some time in...
Tags: Substance Abuse, Assault, Child Abuse, Family, Health
Channel 2 NewsIf you have expired prescription drugs, the Mat-Su borough has set up four locations where people can anonymously dispose of old medication on Saturday, April 28. The event coincides with the federal take-back initiative, which aims to curb accidental...
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