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Channel 2 NewsA Fairbanks man reported missing near Key West, who was the subject of an extensive four-day Florida Keys search, has been found dead still tethered to his sailboat after it ran aground in Cuba. According to the Miami Herald, 40-year-old Jay Wesley...
Tags: Cuba, U.S. Coast Guard, The Miami Herald, Key West
A University of Alaska Anchorage student has collected 50-thousand books to be housed at a Tonga library still in the works, in the aftermath of a 2009 earthquake that triggered a devastating tsunami. 29-year-old Kato Ha'unga heard from family members in...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Tonga, Libraries
Channel 2 NewsEleven defendants have been indicted by a federal grand jury on 90 counts including tax fraud, identity theft and cocaine distribution committed over a period of more than two years. U.S. Attorney Karen Loeffler’s office says the defendants...
Channel 2 NewsAll week long, 600 people concerned about Arctic issues are meeting at the Captain Cook Hotel in Anchorage during the Week of the Arctic, an annual conference convened by the University of Alaska Fairbanks' Institute of the North. Among them is the top...
Channel 2 NewsCanneries in Alaska can continue to hire foreign workers until at least November under the J-1 Summer Work and Travel Program. The visa program brings more than 100,000 foreign college students to the United States each year. The State...
Channel 2 NewsAfter state lawmakers failed to pass legislation that might have brought a natural gas pipeline from Alaska's North Slope, new hope for such a project has been revived Tuesday -- by officials with the government of Japan. On Monday night, Sen. Lisa...
Matthew LeeSecretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is wading into one of the 20th century's most enduring mysteries: the fate of American aviator Amelia Earhart, who disappeared over the South Pacific 75 years ago. Clinton held a meeting Tuesday with...
Channel 2 NewsState lawmakers are back at work in the Capitol after a mid-session trip to Washington D.C. They say the annual Energy Council meeting they attended was a chance to sell Alaska’s energy to federal decision-makers who are increasingly wary of...
When the State Department polled foreign diplomats on where they’d most like to visit in the U.S., the answer was Alaska. This week 70 ambassadors and spouses from places like Chile, Uganda, Ireland and Denmark are in the state, as part of an...
Tags: Alaska, Politics, Travel, Chile, Trips and Vacations
MEXICO CITY — Miguel Angel Mancera, the former top prosecutor in Mexico's capital, rode his crime-fighting reputation to the mayor's office, promising voters a superior level of safety as the cornerstone of a revitalized metropolis. But six months...
Tags: Mexico City, Politics, Government, Prosecution, Criminals
President Obama is failing as CEO of the U.S government. His appointment of Susan Rice to be his top national security advisor and other missteps, indicate he views the fallout from recent scandals as a political challenge, rather than a management...
Re "Israel's premier visits Auschwitz," June 14 I agree with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the world didn't do enough to stop the Holocaust. I am from Poland; my life was saved by Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara and Chinese rescuers...
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