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Channel 2 NewsThe Blood Bank of Alaska says it is facing a "critical shortage" of four different blood types in Alaska: O positive, O negative, A positive and B negative. It means there's less than a three-day supply of those types that can be sent to hospitals...
Tags: Education, Schools, Charity, Alaska, American Red Cross
Hundreds of victims of homicide were remembered in an annual ceremony Thursday night, hosted by Victims For Justice. In front of the Alaska Victims Memorial Monument at Hostetler Park in Anchorage, about 500 names were read from the list of homicide...
It's the kind of July 4th float that will make you do a double take, a trailer covered in waves with a massive tsunami riding on the back of it. But if you take a minute to talk to the creators, you'll find out how this float fits in perfectly. "We...
ReutersRecent satellite images of a remote Alaska volcano along a flight route for major airlines show it may be poised for its first big eruption in 10 years, scientists said. The Alaska Volcano Observatory has issued an eruption advisory for the 5,676 foot-...
Andy MacLeod has been named the new general manager at KTUU-TV in Anchorage, Alaska. MacLeod has been with KTUU since 1983, when he started as an account executive after working as a newspaper and wire service journalist in Colorado, Oregon,...
Magic 98.9Run for Good 5k Saturday (7/23) 9:00 a.m., Town Square Park (6th Ave. & E St.) Presented by the Anchorage East Rotary, the Run for Good benefits the Boys & Girls Clubs of Alaska and is fun for the whole family with a mascot fun fun for the kids, a flat...
KTUU.comSix weekly newspapers serving rural Alaska communities from Dutch Harbor to Barrow will shut down, after their parent company voted to liquidate them. Alaska Newspapers, Inc., which publishes the (Bethel) Tundra Times, (Barrow) Arctic Sounder,...
Governor Sean Parnell (R-Alaska) donned an apron, and spent his Saturday serving Alaskans hamburgers on the Park Strip in Anchorage for the annual Governor's Family Picnic. First lady Sandy Parnell, as well as Lieutenant Governor Mead Treadwell,...
Miller: Howard J. Peterka, 86, of Miller passed away Friday, July 22, 2011, at the Avera Hand County Memorial Hospital in Miller with his loving family at his side. A Mass of Christian burial will be 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 26, 2011, at St. Ann's...
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Alaska State Troopers say a grizzly that was with her cub attacked teens participating in a survival skills course, badly injuring two in the group. Troopers say the teens were among seven students participating in a 30-day...
Tags: Alaska, Health, Injuries and Wounds
Q13 FOX News Online & CNNThe four teenage boys who were mauled by a brown bear and her cub over the weekend deep in the Alaskan wilderness were recovering Monday. Two of the teens, participating in a survival skills course, suffered life-threatening injuries, according to Alaska...
Tags: Denver, Wyoming, Animal Attacks, Health, First Aid
The father of a boy injured by a grizzly bear in the Alaska wilderness says the bear pounced so furiously that the teens didn't have time to pull out their bear deterrent spray. The seven teenagers were in the last leg of a 30-day backcountry education...
Tags: Alaska, Advanced Training, Animal Attacks, Health, First Aid
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