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Channel 2 NewsAn Anchorage special education teacher remains in critical condition on Monday afternoon following a New Year's day vehicle-pedestrians crash that injured the woman and her boyfriend. Ashley Marie Brotherton, and Clayton Tyler Wilbanks, both 24-years-...
Channel 2 NewsThe Children's Lunchbox, a group that partners with Bean's Cafe, kicked off its summer meal program on Monday, delivering and serving up free lunches and dinner for kids at a couple of sites in Anchorage. Fifty-six lunches were served at the Muldoon Boys...
For some reason, I get invited to a lot of cooking competitions, both as a judge and as an observer. I can't go to all of them — I'd weigh 500 pounds — but when I was invited to last week's Aspires Teen Iron Chef competition between two teams...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young adults with autism are less likely to go to college or hold down a job than their peers with other types of disabilities, a new U.S. study finds. Researchers found that more than one-third of young adults with an...
Channel 2 NewsCarol Comeau, the longtime superintendent of the Anchorage School District, had good reason to celebrate Thursday -- the last day of school for students this year, as well as Comeau's last school day before she retires on June 30. Comeau began her career...
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Matthew Simon is a reporter and supervising weekend producer for KTUU-TV Channel 2 News in Anchorage. He joined the station after spending nearly six years working KTVA-TV, leaving the station as weekend anchor/producer. He also served as the station's...
Chugiak-Eagle River StarBeing the new kid in school is hard. But Eagle River High School tries to do all it can to make that transition a little easier. And it’s working. Just ask Meagan Loveland. As someone who’s lived in the Netherlands, New Mexico and most...
Groller's CornerThere's a ceremony, actually two of them, planned for tomorrow in which the IronPigs are presenting checks to the Allentown School District to help sports programs at Allen and Dieruff. Here's the release from ASD and kudos to the IronPigs and IronPigs...
A late winter snowstorm threw Allentown's Central Elementary School into a state of chaos, forcing an early closing the day Junior Doe IV was sexually assaulted. The 6-year-old boy's teacher, distracted by the early dismissal, broke from the usual...
The Hartford CourantIn contrast to more than 450 other youth camps in Connecticut, the summer programs run in West Hartford by Daniel Doyle Jr., such as Camp Renaissance and Doyle's basketball skills clinics, were never licensed by the state Department of Public Health....
The Hartford CourantThe American School for the Deaf has decided against hosting summer camps operated by Daniel Doyle Jr., whose Institute for International Sport has been dealing with debt, failed real estate ventures and a government audit over its use of a $575,000...
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