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ANCHORAGE - The winner of the state's first big lottery has not donated $100,000 - as he said he would - to an Anchorage charity the lottery was intended to benefit.
Officials with Standing Together Against Rape say they haven't heard from Alec Ahsoak, a convicted sex offender who won the $500,000 jackpot in January.
Ahsoak's winnings totaled $350,000 after taxes.
Nancy Haag, STAR's executive director, says the group is looking ahead and not dwelling on Ahsoak's promise.