Ostrander brings home yet another award

Ostrander brings home yet another award

Award caps off another dominant year for the Alaska native.

Father's Day weekend fishing report

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Wasilla baseball team honors fallen service members

American Legion Post 35 wears names of troops killed in combat.

Hepa's game going global

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.

APU, Alyeska prepare for Chinese Olympians

APU, Alyeska prepare for Chinese Olympians

Chinese athletes to arrive in Anchorage in August to train for 2022 Olympics they will host

Volunteers get vandalized Wasilla field ready for baseball

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 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

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

Windstorm leaves Russian Jack dugouts needing fixes

The Anchorage Sports Association is repairing roofs destroyed in April.

Vandals strike again at Wasilla baseball field

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

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

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.

Head East: Chuck Martin takes over T-Birds basketball program

Head East: Chuck Martin takes over T-Birds basketball program

Well traveled coach says Anchorage is a big draw