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Channel 2 NewsThe U.S. Forest Service is dedicating its new forestry sciences laboratory in Juneau this weekend. Saturday's ceremony will included free guided tours and the raising of carved house posts. The Forest Service, in a release, says the 12,000-square-foot...
When the Renewable Energy Fair started seven years ago at Chena Hot Springs near Fairbanks, a lot of what we saw back then wasn't tried and true. Today, many of those technologies -- wind, solar and biomass -- are in use across Alaska, where some of the...
Channel 2 NewsThe Alaska Division of Forestry sent one hundred Alaska firefighters to Utah on Wednesday, to help extinguish a massive wildfire that has spread to more than 8,000 acres since Sunday. The Shingle Fire is burning in southern Utah and is ten percent...
Channel 2 NewsA Ninilchik fire Friday afternoon fully engulfed a two-story home and a nearby motorhome, according to Alaska State Troopers. AST spokesperson Megan Peters says Ninilchik firefighters and other area fire departments responded to the blaze on Oil Well...
Channel 2 NewsA Campbell Creek brush fire drew at least 15 Anchorage Fire Department units to South Anchorage Tuesday afternoon, as well as aircraft and reinforcements from the Alaska Division of Forestry. AFD spokesperson Al Tamagni Jr. says crews were called to 6480...
Channel 2 NewsTypically, an Alaska fire season begins around April 1st and continues through Aug. 31 depending on weather conditions. If the season is particularly dry, they can extend into September. Officials from the Alaska Division of Forestry say until recently,...
Channel 2 NewsIn Southeast Alaska, there's a controversy brewing. A controversy between loggers and fisherman. Last year, the salmon catch in Southeastern Alaska was the highest in the state, exceeding even salmon-rich Bristol Bay. Something in excess of 15-billion...
Channel 2 NewsA Big Lake cabin fire that spread to nearby grass Monday afternoon drew a response from several local and state agencies including volunteer firefighters, the Alaska Division of Forestry and Alaska State Troopers. Mat-Su Borough spokesperson Patty...
Channel 2 NewsFlower baskets -- more than 1,300 of them -- will be hanging throughout Anchorage this summer, as workers with the city Department of Parks and Recreation's Horticulture Division continue a local tradition. Crews grew marigolds and lobelia, mostly from...
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Mae Anderson, AP Retail WriterSupermarket chains Kroger Co. and Stop& Shop said Thursday they will join the growing list of store chains that will no longer sell beef that includes an additive with the unappetizing moniker "pink slime." Federal regulators say the ammonia-treated...
President Obama on Tuesday signed an executive order creating an interagency working group to coordinate energy development in Alaska. Interior Department Deputy Secretary David Hayes will chair the high-level group. Hayes says on the White House blog...
Channel 2 NewsThis week, Ian Ives, a cancer survivor from Eagle River, got his second gift of a lifetime: he was able to meet the stem cell donor that saved his life eight years ago. Ives' 2003 diagnosis came after constant complaints about being tired. He went into...
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