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SPORTS
by Kevin Wells and Channel 2 Sports | October 18, 2012
Kimya Jafroudi delivered six of the Seawolves' 14 aces as the UAA volleyball team shook off an opening game loss to St. Martin's to knock off the Saints in four games, 23-25, 25-13, 25-18, 25-15.  The Seawolves improve to 13 and 5 overall and 8 and 2 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, tied for second place. Katelynn Zanders led a balanced attack with 17 kills, while fellow freshmen Julia Mackey and Sarah Johnson contributed 12 and 10 kills, respectively.  Jodi Huddleston added 10 kills.
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NEWS
By Abby Hancock and Channel 2 News | September 7, 2012
A young man charged with a brutal stabbing attack at Service High School in 2009, faced a judge Friday morning to plead guilty to attempted murder in the first degree and third-degree assault. Nicholas Chamberlain is accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend, Lori Miebs, 29 times on school grounds. Police say he led her into the woods, promising a surprise, but then attacked her, stabbing her repeatedly with a small knife. He stopped once to change out a bent blade. The attack ended when bystanders came to her aid. On Friday, nearly three years after the crime, Miebs sat in court surrounded by her family.
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By Chris Klint and Channel 2 News | April 19, 2013
Nicholas Chamberlain was sentenced to serve 42 years in prison Friday, after he stabbed his ex-girlfriend Lori Miebs dozens of times near Service High School in December 2009. In September, Chamberlain pleaded guilty to charges of first-degree attempted murder and third-degree assault. Judge Michael Wolverton handed down a 60-year sentence with 20 years suspended on the murder charge, as well as a two-year sentence on the assault charge. Prosecutors say Chamberlain lured Miebs into woods near Service High by promising her a surprise, then started stabbing her -- at least 76 times, according to Miebs -- in an attack that saw him stop once to change blades after one got bent.
SPORTS
By Charlie Sokaitis and Channel 2 Sports | December 27, 2010
The No. 6 game of the year was no game at all. It was a gutty performance by a champion on her home turf as Cedar Bourgeois took first place at Mount Marathon for the seventh consecutive time. Bourgeois had dominated the July 4th Mount Marathon race in Seward for years, entering the 2010 race having won the past six straight competitions, but winning number seven would be no easy task. Bourgeois trailed Olympic Nordic skier Holly Brooks by more than two minutes at the half way point of the race.
NEWS
By Abby Hancock | May 12, 2010
Bears come with the territory in Alaska, but they may not always be visible. "Most of the time the bear will know you're there long before you do and it will just disappear. It will hide or run away," said Department of Fish and Game biologist Rick Sinnott. Despite that fact, Sinnott reminds those heading into bear country to be ready. "Bear spray has been found to be, in many situations, as effective or maybe even sometimes more effective than a gun. So it's a certainly a lot cheaper than a gun, it's a lot safer than a gun, if you shoot yourself you're just going to be in pain for a while," Sinnott said.
SPORTS
by Kevin Wells and Channel 2 Sports | December 16, 2011
Taylor Rohde led six players in double figures with 25 points as the shorthanded UAA men's basketball team clicked on all cylinders in a 116-67 rout of Lincoln Christian on Friday night.  Rohde, who made 11 of 13 shots, also grabbed 12 rebounds.  Travis Thompson also had a strong game for 22nd-ranked UAA with 19 points on 4 for 8 shooting from three-point territory.  Reserves Liam Gibcus, Marcus Jackson, and Chris Weitzel combined...
NEWS
By Christine Kim and Channel 2 News | March 28, 2011
Two weeks after being kicked in the head by a moose in Anchorage, 6-year-old Michael Barnes is finally home and recovering from injuries he sustained during a dangerous experience with local wildlife. Barnes is taking a break from school until his head injuries fully recover, but his encounter with the moose hasn't brought down his spirits. He’s looking at the positive and enjoying a new helmet, which he has to wear for about six months until his skull heals. “This is still here,” said Michael as he points to his scar on his head.
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by Abby Hancock and Channel 2 News | July 24, 2011
A group of teenagers part of a survival skills and leadership program was attacked by a brown bear with a cub near Chulitna Saturday night, according to Alaska State Troopers. Trooper spokeswoman Megan Peters says the group of seven students from the National Outdoor Leadership School, along with other teens and instructors, had been in the wilderness for about one month, learning survival skills. The group had a Personal Locator Beacon (PLB) and activated it after the attack.
NEWS
by Channel 2 News staff | November 3, 2010
Alaska State Troopers say a 12-year-old Seward boy's backpack may have spared him more serious injuries in a bear attack. The boy was walking to his bus stop Tuesday morning near Bear Lake when a sow took a swipe at him and knocked him down. He was treated at Providence Seward Hospital for minor puncture wounds from the bear’s claws. The bear has not been found.
NEWS
By Christine Kim and Abby Hancock and Channel 2 News | May 12, 2012
Anchorage police say an Eagle River man was hiking about 3/4 of a mile off of Eagle River Road on Saturday, not far from his home, when a bear attacked him. Police say Howard Meyer, 57, told officers he saw first saw the large brown bear about 50 feet away from him. He tried to run from it, but then tripped and fell, according to Lt. Dave Parker. The bear then swatted Meyer a few times and took off. After the short attack, Parker says Meyer called APD with his cell phone. Meyer made his way down the mountain and eventually connected up with responding officers.
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