Author: Rebecca Palsha

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The Alaska Literacy Program started in the 1970s. According to ALP's website more than 1,000 people learn English through the program yearly. [Read More]
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Teachers say more than ever they're being tasked to help students beyond traditional classroom teaching... [Read More]
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The last cruise ship to dock in Anchorage for the season leaves town Monday night. But Monday morning, while the ship was at the port... [Read More]
Wednesday morning, the Anchorage Museum curators led a small group of reporters through its 25,000 square foot expansion, which cost $24 million and was paid... [Read More]
Tuesday morning, Channel 2 talked with Samuel Gingerich, interim chancellor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage, about a broad range of subjects, including how the... [Read More]
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Most calls for service came for either downtown or midtown Anchorage, with both areas of town leading for the number of arrests this past June. [Read More]
A cool, rainy summer created problems for some farmers this year. The rain meant delays in some locally grown vegetables, plus damages to flower petals. [Read More]
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Alaska and Texas have many connections. So when a hurricane hits in Texas, chances are Alaskans are worried, and know someone, or someplace, that's been... [Read More]
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It's been about a year since accused serial killer James Dale Ritchie was suspected of killing two people at Valley of the Moon Park in... [Read More]
More Alaskans than ever own chickens. According to Alaska Grown in 2015 about 30,000 chickens were imported to the state, last year it was about... [Read More]
The Alaska State Fair started in Palmer, Thursday afternoon. According to the state fair, almost 300,000 people are expected to attend this year. [Read More]
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You can order your groceries online at Fred Meyer on Abbott Road and in Wasilla and pickup your items outside the store. [Read More]
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Cathy Therrien is a breast cancer survivor who's undergone four surgeries and lives with constant pain. She needs medication but says she was recently told... [Read More]
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Because of increasingly dangerous situations, Fire Station 1, which responds in the downtown area of Anchorage, is responding with extra people to provide security. [Read More]
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