Strike avoided, classes resume for Kenai Peninsula public schools

Strike avoided, classes resume for Kenai Peninsula public schools

Teachers and support staff reached a tentative deal with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District for a three-year contract.

Dave Leval
Kenai Peninsula schools open, unions reach tentative deal with district

Kenai Peninsula schools open, unions reach tentative deal with district

Teachers have reached a tentative three-year deal with the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District. All schools will be open Tuesday.

Elizabeth Roman & Dave Leval
5.2 quake shakes Southcentral Alaska

5.2 quake shakes Southcentral Alaska

A sizeable temblor shook Southcentral Alaska on Monday evening.

KTVA Web Staff
'We haven't made up our mind': UA Board of Regents ponder university consolidation

'We haven't made up our mind': UA Board of Regents ponder university consolidation

On Friday the University of Alaska Board of Regents voted unanimously, 11-0, on a new directive paving the way for the board to prepare for various options when it comes down to institutional accreditation. 

Scott Gross
Boy gets new pet after thieves kill beloved guinea pig

Boy gets new pet after thieves kill beloved guinea pig

West said he is still sad about Darth Tater's death but that part of Tater's spirit lives on in his new pet.

Lauren Maxwell
Lead trooper on Grunwald murder details investigation for jury

Lead trooper on Grunwald murder details investigation for jury

Fairbanks jurors got a step-by-step look at the investigation into 16-year-old David Grunwald's murder during the ninth day of Bradley Renfro's trial Monday. 

Daniella Rivera
Video: The trial of Bradley Renfro

Video: The trial of Bradley Renfro

Watch the complete trial of Bradley Renfro. He is one of four people accused of killing 16-year-old David Grunwald.

KTVA Web Staff
Alaska files suit seeking clarification on decision to stop deducting union dues

Alaska files suit seeking clarification on decision to stop deducting union dues

The state of Alaska has filed a lawsuit to clarify its decision to stop taking union dues from employee paychecks.

Megan Mazurek
Alaska announces plans for federal public safety funding

Alaska announces plans for federal public safety funding

Officials say Alaska is expected to get three new U.S. prosecutors as part of a federal funding increase that will address public safety in rural communities.

Associated Press
APD charges driver in Mountain View stolen vehicle crash

APD charges driver in Mountain View stolen vehicle crash

Nicholas Kost, 28, was the driver of a stolen white Chevy pickup that rammed a patrol vehicle and drove into oncoming traffic before crashing on Commercial Drive near the Industrial Way intersection on Sept. 13.

Elizabeth Roman
Arduin Out: Governor's top budget official moving away from director position

Arduin Out: Governor's top budget official moving away from director position

Office of Management and Budget director Donna Arduin has been given a two-week notice.

Joe Vigil
Plastic bag ban goes into effect in Anchorage

Plastic bag ban goes into effect in Anchorage

The shopping experience in Anchorage has changed.

Dave Leval
Taking steps to help guide others out of the darkness of suicide

Taking steps to help guide others out of the darkness of suicide

Alaska has the nation's second-highest suicide rate.

Dave Leval
Surviving sepsis: Beth's story

Surviving sepsis: Beth's story

Only 1% of people with cases of sepsis as serious as Beth Parrish's survive.

Dave Goldman
Superior court to honor murderer’s request for possible records of victim’s alleged abortion

Superior court to honor murderer’s request for possible records of victim’s alleged abortion

The Alaska Court of Appeals has opened the door for a murderer to use his victim’s medical records as part of a defense in a potential new trial.

Angela Krenzien
Anchorage mayor joining movement to end nuclear weapons

Anchorage mayor joining movement to end nuclear weapons

Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz is expected to sign on to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons Cities Appeal, which was made in support of the 2017 U.N. Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.

Liz Raines
Inside the Gates: Loadmaster's calculations get cargo off the ground

Inside the Gates: Loadmaster's calculations get cargo off the ground

For military loadmasters, there is more to their job than just loading and unloading aircraft.

Scott Gross
Alaska companies launch 74-foot boat from Homer

Alaska companies launch 74-foot boat from Homer

Alaska companies launched 74-foot Goldbelt Seawolf into Kachemak Bay this week. It's said to be the largest boat ever built in Homer.

Bryan Dunagan
'You're lying to my face': Investigators confront Renfro over Grunwald murder

'You're lying to my face': Investigators confront Renfro over Grunwald murder

"Let's just hope I didn't f---ing do it," Bradley Renfro said during a 50-minute interview with troopers during the investigation into David Grunwald's murder. Renfro claimed he was too drunk to remember what happened that night.

Heather Hintze
With big retail job loss, Anchorage lags in recession recovery

With big retail job loss, Anchorage lags in recession recovery

According to a new study by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Anchorage is lagging behind the rest of the state in bouncing back from the 2015 recession.

Liz Raines
Alleged serial rapist known to authorities roamed Anchorage freely for months

Alleged serial rapist known to authorities roamed Anchorage freely for months

Alphonso Mosley III was allowed to roam Anchorage freely for more than eight months after APD learned his DNA implicated him in three sexual assaults and forwarded charges to the Department of Law. During that time, a fourth woman was raped.

Daniella Rivera
APD: Missing woman found safe

APD: Missing woman found safe

The Anchorage Police Department has found 43-year-old Jennie I. Ashouwak safe.

Kayla Heffner
Travel Tuesday: As summer turns to fall, Anchorage welcomes different visitors

Travel Tuesday: As summer turns to fall, Anchorage welcomes different visitors

As summer turns to fall, Visit Anchorage takes a look at the initial results of the 2019 tourism season. We also look ahead to 2020 for this week's Travel Tuesday.

John Thompson
APD: Suspicious death now investigated as homicide

APD: Suspicious death now investigated as homicide

Anchorage police are investigating after someone reported a dead body in a wooded camp area south of the intersection of Boston Street and Debarr Road.

Elizabeth Roman
Rock Steady Boxing program helps fight Parkinson's disease in Anchorage

Rock Steady Boxing program helps fight Parkinson's disease in Anchorage

The exercise program works on strength, balance and coordination, all things that Parkinson's patients struggle with.

Lauren Maxwell
'We are having this one-university model shoved down our throats': UAA students weigh in on UA consolidation

'We are having this one-university model shoved down our throats': UAA students weigh in on UA consolidation

More than 30 people including community members and University of Alaska Anchorage students, faculty, staff and alumni shared their concerns with the University of Alaska Board of Regents on Thursday morning.

Scott Gross
Feds: ANWR lease sale set for this year

Feds: ANWR lease sale set for this year

As the Bureau of Land Management announced a prospective lease sale, the U.S. House voted on a measure to ban oil and gas drilling along the Coastal Plain.

Steve Quinn
Climate expert: Alaska has resources to be global leader in energy

Climate expert: Alaska has resources to be global leader in energy

World-renowned climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe is on a mission across the state to talk to Alaskans about how they can meet their energy needs and tackle climate changes.

Aaron Morrison
Alaska Airlines plans to reduce waste with #FillBeforeYouFly campaign

Alaska Airlines plans to reduce waste with #FillBeforeYouFly campaign

Alaska Airlines is trying to reduce waste by asking passengers and staff to reduce the use of single-use plastics during flights.

Kayla Heffner
School district wants official decertified following swimsuit controversy

School district wants official decertified following swimsuit controversy

Superintendent Deena Bishop said a district investigation found a pattern of discrimination by the same official against the same family.

Lauren Maxwell & John Thompson
Evidence: Renfro partied with friends after Grunwald's murder

Evidence: Renfro partied with friends after Grunwald's murder

A teen girl testified Renfro and the other people charged with David Grunwald's killing came over to drink alcohol and smoke marijuana less than 24 hours after the crime.

Heather Hintze
Multiple people help APD find man who allegedly assaulted liquor store employee

Multiple people help APD find man who allegedly assaulted liquor store employee

A 38-year-old man was arrested Wednesday after police say he assaulted a woman, pointed a gun at a bystander and tried to run away.

Kayla Heffner
EPA, Army repeal Obama-era rule governing US waterways

EPA, Army repeal Obama-era rule governing US waterways

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Army have repealed an Obama-era rule that expanded the definition of “waters of the United States” – or WOTUS – that are regulated under the Clean Water Act.

Angela Krenzien
Student arrested after threatening to bring bomb to Romig Middle School

Student arrested after threatening to bring bomb to Romig Middle School

Anchorage police have arrested a student who they say threatened to bring a bomb to Romig Middle School.

Elizabeth Roman
Rural Alaskan applicants wanted for program that replaces outdoor lights with LED bulbs

Rural Alaskan applicants wanted for program that replaces outdoor lights with LED bulbs

Applicants living in rural Alaska wanted for a program to replace outdoor lights with more energy efficient LED bulbs.

Bryan Dunagan
Anchorage book fair promotes literacy, Native knowledge

Anchorage book fair promotes literacy, Native knowledge

The second annual Alaska Native Book Fair takes place Friday at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.

Liz Raines
Student arrested for threatening to 'shoot up' Wendler Middle School

Student arrested for threatening to 'shoot up' Wendler Middle School

Anchorage police have arrested a student who they say threatened a school shooting at Wendler Middle School on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019.

Elizabeth Roman
2019 Alaska Fallen Firefighter Memorial Ceremony, 9/11 Memorial

2019 Alaska Fallen Firefighter Memorial Ceremony, 9/11 Memorial

The Alaskan Fallen Firefighter Memorial Committee, the Alaska State Firefighters Association and the Alaska Fire Chiefs Association are hosting a Sept. 11 ceremony at the Fallen Firefighter Memorial.

Kayla Heffner & Dave Goldman
Fashion show benefiting Alaska tourism features statewide designers

Fashion show benefiting Alaska tourism features statewide designers

The first-ever Trend Fashion Show is happening Sept. 27 from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Bill Sheffield Alaska Railroad Depot at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.

Kayla Heffner & Megan Mazurek
Witness describes Renfro's volatile home life

Witness describes Renfro's volatile home life

Murder suspect Bradley Renfro has been described as being homeless when David Grunwald was killed in November 2016. A witness said Renfro's father told him to "get the f--- out of the house."

Heather Hintze
'We want answers': Family of man killed in APD standoff shares home surveillance video

'We want answers': Family of man killed in APD standoff shares home surveillance video

Video captured by home surveillance cameras shows the last moments of a man killed by Anchorage Police SWAT officers in a standoff on August 26. The man's family believes the video contradicts statements made by police, and is asking for answers.

Daniella Rivera
Bond-rating agencies give positive ratings for Municipality of Anchorage

Bond-rating agencies give positive ratings for Municipality of Anchorage

This week two of the largest bond rating agencies in the United States released their 2019 ratings for the Municipality of Anchorage and the outlook is positive.

Kayla Heffner
AFD: Municipality-wide burn ban lifted

AFD: Municipality-wide burn ban lifted

A burn ban covering the Municipality of Anchorage was lifted Wednesday because of recent rain and cooler temperatures.

Elizabeth Roman
Providence offers free prostate cancer screenings

Providence offers free prostate cancer screenings

The Providence Cancer Center is offering free prostate cancer screenings to all Alaskans next week. 

Liz Raines
Drought, bugs and record heat: Why this year's fall colors could look different

Drought, bugs and record heat: Why this year's fall colors could look different

Leaves around Southcentral aren't as vibrant this year. A dry summer and invasive insect caused many trees to change color and drop leaves early.

Jeremy LaGoo
Researchers investigate annual seabird die-offs in Alaska

Researchers investigate annual seabird die-offs in Alaska

Bird die-offs have happened occasionally in Alaska over the years, but researchers are trying to find out why they've been seeing large die-offs every year in the state since 2015.

Joe Vigil
ASAA will reverse controversial wardrobe decision for Dimond High swimmer

ASAA will reverse controversial wardrobe decision for Dimond High swimmer

The Alaska School Activities Association has decided to overturn the disqualification of a Dimond High School swimmer who the Anchorage School District said was targeted during a meet last week.

Elizabeth Roman
Healing garden features traditional Alaska Native medicine

Healing garden features traditional Alaska Native medicine

Long before there were physicians and pharmacies, Alaska Natives combed the hillsides in search of plants to treat or prevent illnesses.

Rhonda McBride
Witnesses discuss Renfro's 'gang-related' behavior

Witnesses discuss Renfro's 'gang-related' behavior

David Evans testified Erick Almandinger, who was convicted of David Grunwald's murder, was the primary person interested in Crips gang culture. Evans said he only saw Bradley Renfro engage in the activity when he was with Almandinger.

Heather Hintze
Thieves kill East Anchorage family pet during break-in

Thieves kill East Anchorage family pet during break-in

An East Anchorage family suffered a double blow when thieves broke into their garage, stole thousands of dollars worth of belongings and killed their family pet.

Lauren Maxwell
Hunting and public access to Willow Swamp reopens

Hunting and public access to Willow Swamp reopens

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game has reopened a portion of Game Management Unit 14A to hunting, allowing hunters and the public access to some state lands in the area of the Deshka Landing Fire.

Kayla Heffner
NRA cancels Alaska meeting to focus on gun legislation

NRA cancels Alaska meeting to focus on gun legislation

The National Rifle Association has cancelled a board meeting in Alaska's largest city this week to focus on gun control related legislation in Washington.

Associated Press
Swan Lake Fire: 163,714 acres, 37% contained

Swan Lake Fire: 163,714 acres, 37% contained

The Swan Lake Fire started from a lightning strike on June 5. Since then, it has grown to be the largest fire on the Kenai Peninsula this season.

KTVA Web Staff & KTVA Weather Team
Swan Lake Fire crews get break from rain and train to protect homes

Swan Lake Fire crews get break from rain and train to protect homes

Nearly 500 people are working to put out the Swan Lake Fire. Lately crews have had some help, thanks to rain giving them a break from the line so they can protect homes in the area.

Cassie Schirm
Alaska Native hospital showcases plants as food and medicine

Alaska Native hospital showcases plants as food and medicine

The courtyard at the Alaska Native Medical Center has plants Alaska Natives have long used as food and medicine.

Rhonda McBride
Anchorage Parks and Recreation says trail improvements have made them safer

Anchorage Parks and Recreation says trail improvements have made them safer

While some people may be nervous about using the trails after a string of attempted sexual assaults in April, the Anchorage Parks and Recreation Department says it has done a lot in recent years to make them safer.

Lauren Maxwell
Share of uninsured Americans rises for 1st time in a decade

Share of uninsured Americans rises for 1st time in a decade

The number of Americans without health insurance edged up in 2018 - the first evidence from the government that coverage gains from President Barack Obama's health care plan might be eroding under President Donald Trump.

Associated Press
Woman injured after crash involving semi-truck on Seward Highway, APD says

Woman injured after crash involving semi-truck on Seward Highway, APD says

Police said the crash involved a woman and a semi-truck. They say she suffered life-threatening injuries.

Jennifer Summers
Five-time felon guilty for illegal gun and ammo possession in 2016 Anchorage gunfight

Five-time felon guilty for illegal gun and ammo possession in 2016 Anchorage gunfight

A five-time convicted felon has been found guilty for having a gun while on probation for other crimes committed in Anchorage. 

Kayla Heffner
APD says missing teenager with special needs has been found

APD says missing teenager with special needs has been found

Anchorage police say 14-year-old Jerick Johnson has special needs and was last seen Monday evening.

KTVA Web Staff
Alaska joins multistate, bipartisan investigation into Google business practices

Alaska joins multistate, bipartisan investigation into Google business practices

Alaska has joined a multistate, bipartisan investigation into Google's business practices in accordance with state and federal antitrust laws.

Kayla Heffner
Evidence shows deleted Facebook messages during Grunwald murder investigation

Evidence shows deleted Facebook messages during Grunwald murder investigation

Social media records, including Snapchat photos and Facebook messages, were shown to jurors on the fourth day of Bradley Renfro's trial for the murder of David Grunwald.

Heather Hintze
APD: Man broke water pipe that flooded section of Loussac Library

APD: Man broke water pipe that flooded section of Loussac Library

Saturday's incident badly damaged items stored in the Alaska Wing.

Dave Leval
Group seeks oil tax changes; industry warns of reduced investment

Group seeks oil tax changes; industry warns of reduced investment

With the state facing annuanl budget gaps exceeding $1 billion, a group wants voters to consider changes to the state's oil tax system.

Steve Quinn
Controversial wardrobe violation costs Anchorage high school swimmer victory

Controversial wardrobe violation costs Anchorage high school swimmer victory

The Anchorage School District is reviewing the disqualification of a Dimond High School swimmer after news of the controversial call made waves on the internet over the weekend. 

Daniella Rivera & John Thompson
Lawmakers take issue with Dunleavy letter to mining executive

Lawmakers take issue with Dunleavy letter to mining executive

Bristol Bay Native Corp. also writes that the governor failed to paint a clear picture on opposition to the Pebble Mine project.

Steve Quinn
Moose hunter suffers serious injuries after bear attack, troopers say

Moose hunter suffers serious injuries after bear attack, troopers say

A moose hunter was attacked by a bear in the Eureka and Gunsight Mountain area. Another hunter shot the bear and ended the attack.

Shayne Nuesca
APD: Vehicle thefts are down in Anchorage

APD: Vehicle thefts are down in Anchorage

In 2017 and 2018 about 3,000 people each year had to deal with their vehicle being stolen, but Anchorage police say they are making a lot of progress in reducing those thefts.

Joe Vigil
Double-murder trial highlights drug trade in Alaska capital

Double-murder trial highlights drug trade in Alaska capital

An ongoing double-murder trial has shed light on drug sales in Alaska's capital city.

Associated Press
'Eskimo Ninja' Nick Hanson talks about cultural identity, suicide prevention

'Eskimo Ninja' Nick Hanson talks about cultural identity, suicide prevention

Nick Hanson is using his American Ninja Warrior platform to raise awareness about suicide prevention in Alaska.

Liz Raines
'Nothing to do with me': President responds to Alaska service members staying at Trump-owned hotel in Scotland

'Nothing to do with me': President responds to Alaska service members staying at Trump-owned hotel in Scotland

The Democratic-led House Committee on Oversight and Reform says recent bookings at properties owned by President Trump may be at the expense of taxpayers.

Shayne Nuesca
Documents appear to show Sarah Palin's husband wants divorce

Documents appear to show Sarah Palin's husband wants divorce

Court documents appear to show former Alaska governor Sarah Palin's husband Todd Palin has filed for divorce.

Associated Press
How much rain do we need to end the drought in Alaska?

How much rain do we need to end the drought in Alaska?

Rain is falling across Southcentral, but after the driest summer on record for parts of Alaska it will take more than a week of rain to end the ongoing drought.

Jeremy LaGoo
Alaskans bracing for loss of winter ferry service

Alaskans bracing for loss of winter ferry service

Whittier and four other Alaska communities will lose ferry service beginning Oct. 1.

Dave Leval
Are we saying goodbye to 70-degree temperatures?

Are we saying goodbye to 70-degree temperatures?

With summer in our rear view mirror, we look at the number of 70-degree days and if we'll see anymore.

Aaron Morrison
Alaska school board to consider teacher contract proposal

Alaska school board to consider teacher contract proposal

Alaska school employee associations have proposed a new contract to the district that would increase teacher salaries and health insurance.

Associated Press
Mat-Su Fires: McKinley Fire 95% contained, Deshka Landing Fire 95% contained

Mat-Su Fires: McKinley Fire 95% contained, Deshka Landing Fire 95% contained

Several agencies are working to contain multiple fires in the Mat-Su Borough.

KTVA Web Staff & KTVA Weather Team
Update: APD seeks silver Dodge Ram involved in hit-and-run leaving man with life-threatening injuries

Update: APD seeks silver Dodge Ram involved in hit-and-run leaving man with life-threatening injuries

The Anchorage Police Department is looking for the driver of a silver Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab with a yellow license plate who it says did not stop after hitting a pedestrian near 12th Avenue and Ingra Street early Saturday morning.

Angela Krenzien
Air Force disputes Alaska crew favored Trump Scottish hotel

Air Force disputes Alaska crew favored Trump Scottish hotel

Military officials are disputing a report claiming a joint Air Force and Alaska Air National Guard unit on a mission to Kuwait went out of their way to stay at a Scotland resort owned by President Donald Trump.

Associated Press
NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt talks about charter flight safety in Alaska

NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt talks about charter flight safety in Alaska

The NTSB has investigated more than 200 chartered flight crashes since 2008.

Dave Leval
Disaster Assistance Center is open to help victims of wildfires

Disaster Assistance Center is open to help victims of wildfires

The state is offering help to victims of wildfires by setting up a Disaster Assistance Center at Willow United Methodist Church at 29286 Parks Highway.

Dave Leval
Wasilla company fighting Starbucks over trademark

Wasilla company fighting Starbucks over trademark

The owners of Mountains & Mermaids put in a application for the name "Siren's Brew" in November 2018. Starbucks filed for "Siren's Blend" in February 2019 and was denied.

Heather Hintze
Inside the Gates: Innovation lab creates space for ideas to come to life

Inside the Gates: Innovation lab creates space for ideas to come to life

Sometimes problems don’t seem to have simple solutions. Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson has an innovation lab that helps military members come up with ideas on how to solve some of them.

Scott Gross
Small plane lands on Glenn Highway near Eklutna exit

Small plane lands on Glenn Highway near Eklutna exit

An unusual sight on the Glenn Highway as a small plane lands near the Eklutna exit Friday night. One of the passengers said there were three people on board including the pilot.

Megan Mazurek
Crime scene photos, Grunwald blood evidence shown to jurors

Crime scene photos, Grunwald blood evidence shown to jurors

The third day of trial for Bradley Renfro wrapped up with investigators showing jurors photos of David Grunwald's body at the crime scene and blood evidence collected from the trailer where he was pistol-whipped.

Heather Hintze
Fire did not cause World Trade Center Building 7 collapse, UAF study suggests

Fire did not cause World Trade Center Building 7 collapse, UAF study suggests

A draft report released this week by a team of engineers at UAF suggests that the fall of WTC 7 was not a result of fires, despite the findings of a government agency 2008.

Liz Raines
Alaska's hot, dry summer leads to droughts in some areas

Alaska's hot, dry summer leads to droughts in some areas

Alaska's hot, dry summer has led to severe drought conditions in some communities, which are struggling to meet their water needs.

Associated Press
Alaska reaches settlement in case brought by Muslim inmates

Alaska reaches settlement in case brought by Muslim inmates

The Alaska Department of Corrections has agreed to changes to accommodate Muslim inmates.

Associated Press
Group submits signatures in Dunleavy recall effort

Group submits signatures in Dunleavy recall effort

Supporters of the effort to remove Gov. Mike Dunleavy from office have reached their next objective.

Dave Leval
Alaskans aid in Hurricane Dorian relief efforts

Alaskans aid in Hurricane Dorian relief efforts

Hurricane Dorian has left a wake of enormous damage and need in its path. The American Red Cross has stepped in to help relief efforts and some of their volunteers are Alaskans.

Dave Goldman
Man arrested in Philippines after DNA ties him to Alaska sexual assault

Man arrested in Philippines after DNA ties him to Alaska sexual assault

A man in the Philippines was arrested after DNA links him to a 2001 sexual assault in Alaska.

Bryan Dunagan
Woman badly hurt after being hit by car in Spenard

Woman badly hurt after being hit by car in Spenard

The Toyota had a green light, and the woman was not in a cross walk when she was hit, police say. She was taken to the hospital.

Angela Krenzien
Alaska court awards attorney fees to Planned Parenthood

Alaska court awards attorney fees to Planned Parenthood

The Alaska Supreme Court has ordered the state to pay about $100,000 in attorneys' fees and other costs after losing a legal fight earlier this year over abortion. 

Associated Press
Anchorage plastic bag ban is right around the corner

Anchorage plastic bag ban is right around the corner

Shoppers will pay a fee if they chose paper bags at the register.

Lauren Maxwell
Grunwald's girlfriend recounts frantic search after disappearance

Grunwald's girlfriend recounts frantic search after disappearance

Victoria read a Facebook message exchange she had with convicted killer Erick Almandinger the night 16-year-old David Grunwald didn't come home.

Heather Hintze
Drought, lower water levels impact Potter Marsh

Drought, lower water levels impact Potter Marsh

People can see moose, eagles and sometimes bears at Potter Marsh in Anchorage, but visitors there are seeing less of something else right now: water.

Joe Vigil
Seen a junk car on a public road for over a day? APD will get rid of it

Seen a junk car on a public road for over a day? APD will get rid of it

If there's a junk car that's been around too long, call the Anchorage Police Department's junk car hotline at 907-786-8830.

Bryan Dunagan
September: A dramatic month of weather changes

September: A dramatic month of weather changes

The month of September welcomes fall. It is also the month in which Anchorage goes through some of its most dramatic changes of the year. Daylight hours, rain and temperatures all fall dramatically.

Jeremy LaGoo
In major shift, Walgreens and CVS ask customers to leave their guns outside

In major shift, Walgreens and CVS ask customers to leave their guns outside

Five retailers have announced this week that they will start asking customers not to openly carry guns into their stores in states where open carry is legal.

CNN News
Group to submit signatures in early phase of recall effort

Group to submit signatures in early phase of recall effort

The group pursuing a recall of Alaska Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy plans to submit signatures Thursday as part of an initial phase of its push.

Associated Press

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