Bobby Hill might be best known for earning a spot in the Alaska Aces Hall of Fame as "The Horseman."
ASAA cross country champions take on trails, weather
The heat was on Saturday, but it didn't stop the state's best high-school cross-country runners from posting impressive times at the Alaska School Activities Association's annual championships.
UAA Hockey turns to Army to prepare for upcoming season
Army Rangers put Seawolves through obstacle course to help promote teamwork.
Athletic trainers help keep athletes healthy, competing
As the Chugiak High School Mustangs prepare for another game, they have the equipment they need -- including something new.
East rolls Dimond varsity 47-0 in post-suspension game
Saturday's game was Dimond's first in three weeks after the team forfeited its last two games due to an ASD investigation.
North Pole football coach on leave amid investigation
Fairbanks North Star Borough School District staff said they were aware of allegations regarding coach Dennis Diviney.
Dimond Football returns to action; defeated by East 50-8
C-Team action marks School's first game following two-game suspension over varsity team investigation.
Rep. Pruitt honors Bartlett's Bobby Hill for 20 years of service
A familiar face of Anchorage has been given a big-time honor.
Dimond High football set to return – without its head coach
Dimond High's head football coach and two assistant coaches will lose their jobs over "inappropriate conduct."
ESPN honors Service High special education program
Service is one of 30 schools named ESPN's Special Olympics Unified Champion Schools.
ASD offers online update on Dimond High abuse allegations
Dimond High School football team members have filled out questionnaires under watch by Anchorage School District officials, as ASD and local police investigate allegations of sexual abuse during a recent trip to Fairbanks.
Marsett: Alleged Dimond High abuse ‘heartbreaking’
Anchorage School Board President Starr Marsett sat down with KTVA Tuesday to discuss the allegations, both as a board member and a parent.
Dimond High football suspension, investigation continues
A suspension of Dimond High School's football program will continue for another week, according to the Anchorage School District's superintendent.
Dimond High parents question ASD’s ‘no-tolerance’ policy
“There have been threats of physical violence, there has been harassment in the hallways,” said a parent of a Dimond senior football player.
Parents: No seniors involved in Dimond football sex abuse allegations
A group of parents of Dimond High football players say "no seniors were involved in this event."
Iron Dog race is on for 2019
The world's toughest snowmachine race will continue next year in Alaska, according to the Iron Dog board.
Mary Simton & Scott Gross
Alleged sexual abuse shocks Dimond High football
Anchorage police and school officials are investigating an incident of sexual abuse involving members of Dimond High School’s football team, which reportedly occurred during a trip to Fairbanks.
Week 3: High school football poll sees repeat, new customers
ASBN offers it's 10 best and shakes it up again.
Week 2: Alaska Prep Football Scores
Here's a look at your week 2 Alaska Prep Football Scores.
Former Seahawk Kelly Herndon soars again in Anchorage
Former cornerback helps raise money for Anchorage Fire Explorers program.
Getting back on course: Soldotna greens and fairways damaged by vandals
After repairs, the course is open for golf.
NBA great Boozer returns to his Juneau roots
The former Duke University star returned to Juneau to run his annual basketball camp.
High School football week one scores
Friday week one had nail-biters and runaways.
59 and done: West ends Soldotna's football streak
West opens season with huge road win, toppling state champs
Thomas navigates through a uneven summer, lands in Cincinnati
Former Seawolf bench boss feel lucky to have landed backing the ECHL.
Being a difference maker. Why? Because it's the right thing to do
Garrity has been making lives better for a quarter century
Anyone for a poll?
It wouldn't be Alaska High School football without the poll.
Meet the new boss: Greg Myford takes the reins at UAA
Myford has worked on the big stage before.
On familiar ground; Juneau stands alone again
Lights out pitching lifts club to another crown.
Kikkan battles breast cancer with a smile and positive attitude
The Olympic gold medalist chooses positivity and laughter to assist in her fight against breast cancer.
High school football: Safety, division alignment among the talkers
Football games are only a couple weeks away.
'Play ball!' is the phrase of the week for Glacier Pilots and Oilers
Lengthy slate of games is foreign even to veterans
Will 2018 mean a magnificent seven for SoHi?
Stars will look for 60th straight win to open the season.
Rowers on the go in Moose Nugget Regatta
Wasilla Lake hosted some weekend boating action that wasn't your average cruise during the annual Moose Nugget Regatta.
Hunter Fejes helps Anchorage kids improve their hockey skills
NHL players and coaches among those who take part in inaugural "Camp 49 Hockey" program.
Alaskaman Extreme Triathlon pushes athletes to their limits
Participants start with a 2.6-mile Seward swim, make a 113-mile bike ride and a 26-mile run to Girdwood.
Special Olympians spend time at Camp Shriver
Alaska's Special Olympians have gathered at a special summer camp to help them relax from a season in competition.
ITC announces 4 new board members
The Iditarod Trail Committee Monday announced four new members elected to their board of directors.
ECHL's Hunter Fejes returns home as coach
After a season spent playing hockey, you'd think it's the last thing Hunter Fejes would want to do during his summer off at home in Anchorage.
From 49 to 50, Bartlett opens football season a long way from home
Great way to start the season.
'My dogs were the true heroes.' Janssen honored for Iditarod selflessness
"I didn't even think about finishing the race." Scott Janssen chose friendship over finishing during this year's Iditarod and is awarded a legislative citation for his selflessness.
'Mushin' Mortician' honored for Iditarod rescue
State lawmakers are honoring a longtime Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race musher for a lifesaving rescue during this year's race.
Kikkan Randall diagnosed with breast cancer
Alaskan and Olympian Kikkan Randall says she’s being treated for breast cancer, fresh from capturing a gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Seattle Seahawks tackle fitness during Wasilla visit
The Menard Sports Complex hosted its annual Seahawks Play 60 program Tuesday.
Watch: 2018 Mount Marathon Races
If you missed the annual races as they were broadcast from Seward on the Fourth of July, don't worry; you can watch all three Mount Marathon races in their entirety right here.
KTVA Web Staff
Arizona football team to sample Alaska gridiron
An Arizona high school is bringing some heat to Alaska's summer football schedule.
Alaska steps up its game: home to semi-professional soccer
Alaska City FC starts play in United Premier Soccer League in Spring 2018 at Palmer High School
Anchorage Bucs players win national title, seek ABL crown
Troy Claunch and Tyler Malone were part of the Oregon State team that won this year's College World Series title.
Tenn. team plays baseball on the Last Frontier
After two years, a group of baseball players from the Volunteer State are back in Alaska.
Alaska Men's Run takes field to beat cancer
Plenty of sunshine and a good crowd filled the Anchorage Football Stadium Saturday for the annual Alaska Men's Race.
Bucs players trade beaches for mountains and the midnight sun
University of Miami players share their thoughts of their first visit to Alaska
Ken Schrader races into Alaska for the first time
NASCAR great competes at Palmer's Alaska Raceway Park
For the first time, women outbid men in Mt. Marathon bib auction
For the first time in Mt. Marathon history, the women outbid the men in the annual auction the night before the race.
Alaska's Stortz tees off in Washington
Willows Run golf course in Redmond, Washington, was a great spot to be on Monday.
Ketchikan's Josh Cohen grabs the gold
Dempsey Indoor Center on the campus of the University of Washington is home to the nationally ranked Huskies football team. This week, however, the PAC-12 is opening its doors to Special Olympics USA and the bocce ball tournament.
Mount Marathon: A look at a few contenders
Weather should be warm this time around.
Running Mount Marathon Wednesday? You'll earn that finish
Heat likely to be on for the Alaskan classic
All in the family: Baseball teammates find out they're related
Players learn they are second cousins, only met when they came to Alaska for summer baseball
50th Anniversary Special Olympics kicks off in Seattle
The 2018 Special Olympics USA Games have officially kicked off in Seattle.
Iditarod drug test creator says his departure is bittersweet, holds no grudge
Dr. Morrie Craig's last year has been marked with controversy.
Dimond's Pili takes home national honor
The Dimond High School standout has gone national. She's been named the Female High School Athlete of the Year by MaxPreps.
World Series great helps Anchorage golf tourney tee off
Golfing for a good cause was the name of the game Thursday at the Anchorage Golf Course.
Iditarod brass meet amid busy summer
Iditarod officials reviewed five nominees for director positions Thursday.
UAA Basketball packs their basketballs and bags for an Asian experience
Team gets ready for the trip of a lifetime.
Even foul balls are special at this ballpark
Team and fans celebrate the sponsors
Alaska Wild: Girls hockey team sports a new look
If they're in a league of their own, they should have a logo of their own.
Jack Daniel's cuts ties with Iditarod
The maker of Jack Daniel's whiskey says it's dropping its long-running sponsorship of Alaska's 1,000-mile (1,610 kilometer) race.
Yukon Quest upholds Neff censure over dog death
Musher Hugh Neff remains ineligible to race in the Yukon Quest next year, after a review board denied an appeal of his censure in the death of a dog on his team this year.
Trade, timing could land Alaska's Copley back in the NHL
Next stop D.C.? It could be for former Alaskan Pheonix Copley.
Geno Morgan's friends return for memorial tourney
A late East High School basketball coach's life and times are again being remembered this season, at a basketball tournament named for him.
Kurgat takes home another national honor
The University of Alaska Anchorage's Caroline Kurgat has added to her trophy case in what has been a remarkable display of academic and athletic excellence in 2017-18.
Ski jumping takes off in new way to help grow the sport
Inaugural Midnight Sun Jump-A-Thon goes from 6 p.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. Friday at Karl Eid Ski Jumping Complex
Anchorage Hockey Association hosts free lacrosse camps
Camps take place June 20 and June 27 at Ben Boeke Center.
Legion Baseball players camp out at Mulcahy Stadium to improve game
College Coaches Camp celebrates its 25th anniversary.
Peninsula Oilers pitcher turns blind eye to disability
Austin Merrill lost vision in right eye shortly after his birth.
Sullivan Arena shifts to seeking smaller events
Arena to go after smaller, more community oriented projects to generate revenue
Ostrander brings home yet another award
Award caps off another dominant year for the Alaska native.
Father's Day weekend fishing report
Fishing is picking up around Southcentral Alaska. Read this before planning your weekend.
Great year keeps getting better for UAA's Kurgat
An extraordinary year just got better for the University of Alaska Anchorage's Caroline Kurgat.
Count the ways: Math major Mantha still shines for UAA
He's moved on from the Last Frontier, but former University of Alaska Anchorage goaltender Olivier Mantha is still having an impact on the hockey program.
Yukon Quest welcomes new board members
Long time ran sees a change in staff.
It's his team now as Matt Curley settles in as UAA Hockey head coach
Curley took over for Matt Thomas in April, after fourth-straight losing season.
Little League out $2,500 in burglary at Eagle River ball field
A recent break-in at an Eagle River baseball field’s snack shack, the third in as many years, has cost a local Little League group thousands of dollars.
Iditarod makes changes to current rules in advance of next year's race
The Last Great Race met in a daylong session.
Meet the new boss: Greg Myford is UAA's new AD
He has a diverse background in athletics.
Wasilla baseball team honors fallen service members
American Legion Post 35 wears names of troops killed in combat.
Hepa's game going global
Before he heads for the University of Texas this summer, Kamaka Hepa has a detour to make-- as a member of the USA Basketball Men's U18 national team.
Volunteers get vandalized Wasilla field ready for baseball
Vandals caused roughly $5,000 in damage over Memorial Day Weekend.
Alaska to host, train Chinese Olympians for 2022 Winter Games
Alaska Pacific University would help train Chinese athletes in Nordic skiing.
Hail Cesar! Juneau-Douglas baseball player catches Gatorade Player of the Year
Mike Cesar leads Crimson Bears to first title in six years.
Windstorm leaves Russian Jack dugouts needing fixes
The Anchorage Sports Association is repairing roofs destroyed in April.
Vandals strike again at Wasilla baseball field
American Legion Post 35 scene of vandalism for third straight year.
37 years is enough; McDiffett retires from UAA
He served in multiple capacities for the athletic department
Internet sensation heats up the ice with hockey skills
He displays the moves of a seasoned veteran, the result of long hours practicing hockey. What makes this even more amazing is Roman Marcotte is just 8-years-old.
NFL to players: Stand for the anthem or stay off the field
NFL owners have approved a new policy aimed at addressing the firestorm over national anthem protests.
Youth hockey gives lacrosse a shot in Alaska
Generally seen on the east coast, youth hockey group is giving lacrosse a shot.
Denali stands tall among her peers
Scholar athlete of the week enjoying a well-rounded career at Houston High School
Weather or not, here they come: AK, AZ to meet on the football field
Home and home series begins with Phoenix-based school visiting Alaska
Mustang Hockey girls taking ideas for name, logo
The Mustangs are asking for help shaping a new identity for girls teams.
Seawolves women ready to hit Taiwan hardwood
University of Alaska Anchorage women's basketball coach Ryan McCarthy has seen a lot of places, both as a player and a head coach -- and he may soon expand that list.