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Channel 2 NewsThe Fairview Business Association brought up the issue of homeless inebriates at Monday's meeting with the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce. The group says positive solutions are needed for the growing problem. At the meeting Heidi Heinrich, General Manager...
Tags: Business, Homelessness
Suzanne GamboaThe Internal Revenue Service is proposing guidelines on what income and benefits of Alaska Natives and Native Americans are subject to taxation. The IRS has proposed the new guidance that, among other things, prohibits levies on honoraria to a...
Tags: Internal Revenue Service
Channel 2 NewsThis week, Planned Parenthood of Alaska’s health centers are providing free HIV testing in honor of World AIDS Day. With approximately 1.2 million America living with HIV or AIDS -- and another one diagnosed every 10 seconds -- Planned Parenthood...
Channel 2 NewsUpdate: Russian President Vladimir Putin signed into law a bill to ban Americans from adopting Russian children less than 24 hours after receiving the bill from the Russian Parliament. The ban is in retaliation for a new law in the U.S. that imposes...
As the Holy Family Cathedral in downtown Anchorage approaches its 100th anniversary in 2015, it struggles to hold on to a longstanding tradition of keeping its doors open to everyone in the community, even the homeless. On the Sunday before...
The Associated PressAn attorney for Planned Parenthood says she's pleased to see changes the state has made to proposed regulations for abortion payment conditions. Earlier this year, the state health department proposed that, for an abortion provider to be eligible for...
Channel 2 NewsAlcohol treatment and homeless experts in Anchorage say there’s a segment of the homeless population that’s growing more troubled and harder to help, because the people in this group almost always have a combination of brain damage from...
Channel 2 NewsThe parishioners at a Catholic church in downtown Anchorage were taken by surprise at mass on Sunday morning. They were expecting to hear a homily, but instead the pastor of Holy Family Cathedral set it aside, to talk about how the homeless, who frequent...
Channel 2 NewsThe story of the Fairbanks Four has remained alive for so long in large part thanks to the Alaska Native community in the Fairbanks region, where activists backing the men imprisoned for Jonathon Hartman’s 1997 death have created websites, staged...
Tags: Justice and Rights, Civil Rights, Murder, Anglicanism, Judges
Channel 2 NewsAn Anchorage pull-tab shop operator will serve six months in jail and pay restitution of more than $25,000 to charities defrauded by his business, according to a plea agreement announced by state prosecutors Friday. Abraham J. Spicola, 37, pleaded guilty...
Tags: Theft, Lotto, Social Services, Punishment, Unemployment Benefits
The Associated PressA state court judge has upheld the constitutionality of an Alaska law requiring parental notification of a minor seeking an abortion. The law, stemming from a 2010 initiative, was challenged by Planned Parenthood of the Greater Northwest and others,...
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