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KTUU.comThree people who walked away from the crash-landing of a helicopter near McGrath Monday night were rescued by boat later that evening, according to Alaska State Troopers. Troopers received a report at about 8:30 p.m. from the Rescue Coordination Center...
Channel 2 NewsThe Endangered Species Act is a program that aims to protect, but some say it can cause more harm than good. A small herd of Wood Bison are waiting to be reintroduced into the wild at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation. Wood Bison have been extinct in...
Tags: Judges, Politics, Natural Resources, Montana, Animals
KTUU.comA clergy organization representing Jesuit priests in Western states has reached a $166.1 million agreement to settle approximately 524 claims of clergy sex abuse. The settlement is one of the largest in U.S. history relating to the Roman Catholic Church...
KING-5 TVA Joint Base Lewis-McChord soldier from Wasilla accused of killing Afghan civilians entered a guilty plea in court Wednesday. Spc. Jeremy Morlock is one of the 5th Stryker Brigade soldiers allegedly shown posing with corpses in pictures. One of Morlock'...
The Associated PressThe German news organization Der Spiegel has published photographs showing two U.S. soldiers -- including Wasilla Cpl. Jeremy Morlock -- posing with an Afghan corpse. Army investigators looking into the deaths of three Afghan civilians last year seized...
Tags: U.S. Army, Murder, Photography, Arts and Culture, Crimes
KTUU.comIdaho musher Trent Herbst was the first musher to the halfway point of the Iditarod, the fittingly-named Iditarod checkpoint, but while he leads the race on the trail, he won't for long. Herbst, Kelley Griffin and Cim Smyth all surpassed the lead pack...
Channel 2 NewsThe EPA told the state of Alaska Monday that trace amounts of radioactive isotopes were detected, likely from the failing nuclear power plant in Japan. The state says findings from monitors in Dutch Harbor, Juneau, and Nome are consistent with...
Attorneys for a group of people who allege sexual abuse by Jesuit priests have filed 37 lawsuits in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Portland, seeking about $3.1 million. The Oregonian says the lawsuits filed Thursday contend that the Society of Jesus, Oregon...
A former U.S. Bureau of Land Management employee will lead the office that oversees the trans-Alaska pipeline system for the federal and state governments. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports Ron Dunton will become the federal "authorized officer"...
Tags: New Mexico, Fairbanks, Alaska
A family's prayers are answered with the rescue of a missing mother, but the search continues for her husband in northeastern Nevada. Fifty-nine-year-old Canadian Albert Chretien vanished in March, after his van got stuck in mud during a sightseeing...
Tags: Mother's Day, Hospitals and Clinics, Vehicles, Nevada, Health
by Kevin Wells Thursday, July 1, 2010 ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- In this week's Channel 2 Fishing Report, we highlight a renowned stand-in-the-water locale on the Kenai Peninsula, but we find the action at the Russian River surprisingly tame. "Whenever...
Tags: Ohio, Rivers, Fishing, Lifestyle and Leisure, Bodies of Water
Jul 5, 2011 |Story| KTUU
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Feb 18, 2011 |Story| AP Broadcast
Feb 11, 2011 |Story| AP Alaska
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Jul 2, 2010 |Story| KTUU
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