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Channel 2 NewsAfter severe storms and flooding in September, some Alaska farmers and ranchers could be eligible for disaster relief loans. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says farmers and ranchers who suffered agricultural damages due to a combination of extreme...
Channel 2 NewsIt’s time to check your fridge for an organic baby spinach recall for potential contamination with salmonella, according to Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. Taylor Farms Retail, Inc. issued the voluntary recall after a random test...
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Channel 2 NewsBirds are returning to Alaska by the millions and a non-stop effort is now underway to keep them from getting close to aircraft. A team from USDA Wildlife Services will tell you it’s a constant challenge -- trying to outsmart flocks of geese and...
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Los Angeles TimesRonda Storms is a Republican state senator from Florida. She is also a mom who buys the groceries for her family of four. A few months ago, Storms, 46, started noticing that some fellow shoppers were using federal food stamp money to purchase a lot of...
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...
The Associated PressAn animal rights group wants the University of Alaska Fairbanks investigated and fined following the deaths of musk oxen who suffered mineral deficiencies. Federal inspection reports released by the group Stop Animal Exploitation NOW say at least 12 musk...
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Channel 2 NewsThe confluence at the Kenai and Russian Rivers is a popular fishing and recreation area. It's an area that not only draws 150,000 people each year, but also, bears. Wildlife officials said encounters between fishermen and bears are becoming...
Channel 2 NewsLow-income rural Alaska residents can now take advantage of grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to help improve their homes. USDA Rural Development officials say the Housing Preservation Grants can be used for weatherization, repairing...
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