In Anchorage, winter tire rush intensifies after weekend snowfall

Tire stores across Anchorage were open for business Sunday as many residents scrambled to get their tires changed out following this weekend’s snowfall.


A man riding a bicycle has been injured by a vehicle at the corner of Boniface Pkwy and Pilgrim Dr.


The Bartlett High School Football team joins Channel 2’s Patrick Enslow in studio to discuss their season, plus the teams off the field motivation.



n Monday, morning People Mover is switching gears by launching new times, lines and services.


2017 Halloween festivities in Southcentral


UPDATE: Family detail Kyle Steven's life and ambitions


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Woods leads Nanooks to Governors Cup victory.


APD: 2 adults, 3 juveniles arrested following 10-minute spree of armed robberies


Family and friends honor one of two Alaskans killed at a Las Vegas concert


How to boost your child's math skills


Walker hopes to win over skeptical lawmakers on tax proposal


AST: Coast Guard rescues six stranded hunters on Saint Lawrence Island


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Trial to begin against Philip Morris in smoker's death


Lawmakers address SB 91 ahead of fourth special session


Vessel adrift in the Gastineau Channel


UPDATE: Power restored after crews find a problem in an underground cable


Excavated remains returned to the village of Igiguig


Senator Murkowski speaks about climate change, energy and ANWR at AFN


AFN adopts resolution on endorsing U.S. presidential candidates


Dozens of crashes reported Saturday following first measurable snowfall of the season


Open house showcases felines for potential foster families


Pedestrian struck by vehicle in West Anchorage


Man arrested after stealing a truck at gunpoint, police say


Police defuse a downtown fight involving a crowbar, hammer, and handgun


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