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Channel 2 NewsState lawmakers are starting the process of looking into election law changes that more than one judge said are necessary in the wake of the disputed Miller-Murkowski race. The Senate held its first hearing on the matter this morning in Juneau. Senators...
Channel 2 NewsThe future remains unclear for two state lawmakers who walked out of the House Majority Caucus last fall. Both Ketchikan Rep. Kyle Johansen and Anchorage Rep. Charisse Millett are not being allowed back in, which is a worry for their constituents....
Tags: Republican Party, Elections, Voting, Politics
Viewers in Juneau are seeing KTUU’s signal directly through GCI cable, due to flooding Sunday night at the local NBC affiliate. Officials at KATH say the initial cause of flooding at the station is believed to be a broken water main. The building...
Channel 2 NewsGov. Sean Parnell wants major changes to the state's oil and gas production tax. He announced his proposal Monday morning and, so far, it looks like the oil industry's on board. Parnell says he hopes it sparks the creation of more jobs, but it does come...
State transportation officials have canceled Sunday's sailing of the ferry Aurora from Juneau to Haines and Skagway due to predicted bad weather. The forecast called for strong winds, high seas and heavy, freezing spray. Alaska Marine Highway System...
Tags: Weather Reports, Weather, Sailing
Channel 2 NewsMat-Su Animal Shelter officials say the money, supplies and aid continues to pour in as they care for 150 starving dogs taken from an alleged puppy mill earlier in the week. Monetary donations to the Mat-Su Animal Shelter have topped $14,000 dollars...
Tags: Animals, Anchorage, Laws, Human Interest, Dog (animal)
Channel 2 NewsDeclining oil production on the North Slope is nothing new, but this time each year, there's a sobering reminder that Alaska's primary income source is not what it used to be. End-of-year production numbers show a 7 percent drop in 2010. Among those...
KTUU.comThe Environmental Protection Agency is deploying additional radiation monitoring systems to Alaska, Guam and Hawaii to better monitor the situation in Japan. The Agency says placing additional monitors in Alaska, Guam and Hawaii allows it to gather data...
Channel 2 NewsThe candidates for Anchorage Assembly debated during the Make it Monday forum at the Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center Monday. Six Assembly members are up for re-election. The first half of that group was at Monday's forum, while the second half will...
Channel 2 NewsAs you walk past The Canvas and peek inside, you might see what looks like an everyday community art studio and gallery. But The Canvas is also a day habilitation program for Reach, an organization that provides support to children and adult with...
Tags: Human Interest, Education, Arts and Culture, Arts, Students
Channel 2 NewsThe state Board of Fisheries will not be reducing the number of fish for personal-use fishermen on the Kenai Peninsula. The board has been meeting this week in Anchorage to discuss several issues affecting salmon resources in Southcentral Alaska....
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