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NBC NewsAs states look to money-saving measures, students are still looking for guidance about college choices. This opens up the path for private guidance counseling -- an expanding industry. "College is no joke," Robert Roddy says to a group of freshmen....
It's a busy life juggling producing newscasts and competing in pageants, but it has paid off for Channel 2 producer Abby Hancock who will be competing in this year's Miss America pageant. Hancock is heading to Las Vegas as 2010 Miss Alaska and will be...
Channel 2 NewsSen. Albert Kookesh (D-Angoon), who represents a massive chunk of rural Alaska, has sent a letter to the Senate Finance Committee informing the group he will not support the current version of the Governor's Alaska Performance Scholarships bill. Kookesh...
Channel 2 NewsSen. Albert Kookesh (D-Angoon), who represents a massive chunk of rural Alaska, has sent a letter to the Senate Finance Committee informing the group he will not support the current version of Gov. Sean Parnell's Alaska Performance Scholarships bill....
Channel 2 NewsSchool districts have wrapped up their lobbying trip to the state capitol and some lawmakers are still unsure if they should increase education funding. Among them are leaders in the Senate who have significant influence on the decision. “The...
by Channel 2 News staff and The Associated Press Sunday, June 13, 2010 ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- KTUU's Channel 2 Newshour has received the Associated Press Television-Radio Association's 2010 Mark Twain Award for Best 60-Minute News Broadcast among small to...
by Jackie Bartz Saturday, April 10, 2010 ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- It's a week-long party filled with beer, snowmachines and extreme events, but the Arctic Man Ski & Sno-Go Classic is also an economic boost to Alaska's Interior. With a prize purse bigger...
Staff WriterLawmakers and their staff are packing up and heading home after a busy 90-day legislative session, which ended very early Monday morning. Legislators and staffers used every minute they could and then some -- no matter how fast lawmakers worked in...
Staff WriterGov. Sean Parnell recently uttered two words which caught a lot of lawmakers off guard: special session. Parnell says he's prepared to call lawmakers back to work if they don't vote on his scholarship proposal by the end of the legislative session. A...
The "Fund the Future" program has found its first winner. Elias Patten is a Skyview High School student who says he's not quite ready for college, but has a plan in action to get there. Most kids just go home after the bell rings at Sterling...
November's Fund The Future winner is an Eagle River fifth-grader who's full of surprises. Around Max Treece-Noran's 11th birthday, he started thinking a lot about his future. It started the day his mom, Debbie, ran downstairs and shouted, "I have...
Tags: Education, Colleges and Universities, Death, Alaska
Our Fund the Future scholarship winner this month is a dog musher from Knik who hates cold weather but runs distance races like the Junior Iditarod. For most of Meredith Mapes' young life, she's been leashed to a sense of responsibility. She always knew...
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