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The Lowe's store in Kenai is one of seven nationwide that closed overnight Sunday. Lowe's Cos. spokesperson Stacey Lentz says the Kenai store opened in November 2008, and despite the hard work of employees it never met sales expectations. And she says...
Tags: Connecticut, Minnesota, Illinois
KTUU.comTwo Fort Wainwright soldiers were killed Sunday morning and seven others wounded by the detonation of an improvised explosive device in southern Afghanistan. The Army identified the two soldiers as Master Sgt. Kenneth B. Elwell and Pfc. Tyler M....
Tags: Kansas, Maine, Alaska, Emergency Incidents, Hartland
Channel 2 NewsAs Alaska's wildfire season quiets down, some local experts are helping out down South where things are really heating up. The Alaska Fire Service says 17 Alaskans have been working in states like Texas, Arizona, Georgia, and New Mexico, where a wildfire...
Tags: New Mexico, Arizona, Fairbanks, Wildfires, Texas
Channel 2 NewsIn its five years, the Home Base afterschool program in Fairview has published two books and traveled to Africa. So what do you do for an encore? Every weekday during the school year, Arshella Smith makes the snacks for the Home Base kids, but she...
Channel 2 NewsThe Shriners are selling Vidalia Onions to benefit children with disabilities. Every year 32,000 pounds of onions and sauces are flown up from Georgia for the fundraiser. Half of the onions stay in Anchorage. The other half are sent out for sale...
Tags: Shriners, Onions, Hospitals and Clinics, Alaska, Freemasonry
KTLA NewsNEW YORK -- Convicted California serial killer, Rodney Alcala, pleaded not guilty Thursday to murder charges in the strangulation deaths of two New York women in the 1970s. He was ordered held without bail and is due back in court Oct. 30. On Wednesday,...
Tags: Crimes, Marin County (California), Arts, California, Criminals
Anchor a stairway with an antique cast-iron newel post. Dress a window with vintage schoolhouse maps instead of shades. Turn a jettisoned apothecary cabinet into a bathroom vanity. Adorn walls with mantels from previous lives. Use those tips and many...
Tags: Wilmette, Arts and Culture, Justice System, Wheaton, Chicago
Los Angeles TimesPUEBLO, CO. -- The “Dougherty gang,” accused of carrying out a multi-state crime rampage that set off a national manhunt, was sentenced to prison in Colorado on Monday and will probably be extradited to Georgia to face more charges. Ryan Dougherty, 22,...
Tags: Justice System, Crimes, FBI, Defense, Forestry and Timber
The Florida Gators picked up their 14th commitment of the 2012 recruiting class with the pledge of Boiling Springs (N.C.) Crest safety Rhaheim Ledbetter on Friday morning. A happy day in Gainesville, no doubt. That all changed Friday night. A pair of...
Tags: Nike, Inc., Athens, ESPN (tv network), Athens (Greece), Alabama
Senior wide receiver Avery Johnson showed why he's the No. 1-ranked pass catcher in the state Saturday at the UCF 7-on-7 tournament. What he does on the field, however, was already a well-known fact about 6-foot-3 the Pompano Beach Blanche Ely star. What...
Tags: Oklahoma, Avery Johnson, Athletes, Alabama, Human Interest
The U.S. government will broadcast anti-human trafficking ads in Florida warning immigrants about the dangers of smugglers and slave labor. Whether you like it or not – you may soon catch a TV or radio public service announcement that may make...
DAHLONEGA, Ga. — So what wine goes best with fried pork rinds, anyway? "That'd be Fat Boy Red," deadpanned Sharon Paul, not missing a beat as she continued to pour at a tasting at her Three Sisters Vineyards & Winery in the steep foothills of the...
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