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KTUU.comA Florida man convicted of federal felonies committed during Alaska hunts has been ordered to pay more than $66,000 in fines and restitution after killing three bears, two of them illegally -- and then complaining that the last one wasn’t just...
KTUU.comHypothermic, frost-bitten and with a broken leg, the climber spots the helicopter. It swoops in over the broad, wind-scoured area just below the summit of Denali, its blades slicing oxygen-depleted air at 19,500 ft. The helicopter hovers just above...
KTUU.comAnchorage police arrested a local man Friday for viewing child pornography on a Loussac Library computer. Michael John Aaron Loudermilk, 32, was charged with possessing child pornography and indecent viewing or photography. Loudermilk was found to have...
An Alaska senator says a legislative effort to establish a health insurance exchange is more important than ever following a judge's decision last week. Democratic Sen. Hollis French has proposed legislation to establish an exchange. Alaska was the only...
Tags: Alaska, Health, Crime, Law and Justice, Judges, Laws
Channel 2 NewsHealth Care reform is now the law of the land in Alaska. A federal court judge in Florida ruled Thursday that states must implement reform while the case makes its way through the courts. Judge Roger Vinson's ruling responds to a request from the...
A federal judge in Florida says the Obama administration's health overhaul is unconstitutional, siding with 26 states that had sued to block it. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson on Monday accepted without trial the states' argument that the new law...
Florida authorities are looking for an Alaska man convicted of conspiracy in Alaska's political corruption case. The Sarasota County Sheriff's Office issued an arrest warrant for Alaska halfway house mogul Bill Weimar for sexual battery of a victim...
Tags: Prisons, Alaska, Crime, Law and Justice, Politics, Crimes
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....
A presidential panel on the Gulf of Mexico oil spill recommended new rules and new spending to prevent future disasters in its official report Tuesday, nine months after the Macondo well became the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history. The...
Channel 2 NewsThe original list of potential candidates to be the next Mat-Su Borough manager is down to one: Don Baird of Colorado. But the Borough Assembly has hired an outside firm to find more candidates. In April, the borough's longtime manager, John Duffy,...
Tags: Government, Alaska, Colorado, Politics, Public Employees
Channel 2 NewsSeven state senators are urging Gov. Sean Parnell to act quickly in order to apply for a $1 million federal grant which would help Alaska set up a state-operated health insurance program. The deadline to apply is Feb. 18th. According to their press...
Bill Weimar, a former Alaska businessman convicted in Alaska's political corruption scandal is now behind bars, facing sexual battery charges of a 6-year-old Florida girl. Sarasota County detectives say the international manhunt for Weimar ended...
Tags: Anchorage, Alaska, Abusive Behavior, Mexico, Sexual Assault
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