Community mourns the loss of Bartlett High student

Bartlett High School teachers and coaches remember a student they say will be sorely missed.

Reports of shots fired at Eagle River Walmart, APD says it is not an active shooter investigation and no one has been reported injured.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has launched a feasibility study into erosion on the Matanuska River. The study will focus on seeing whether at-risk properties could be bought out.

Jordan Joplin, the Washington man accused of stealing two tons of valuables from a deceased Ketchikan surgeon, has now been charged with the doctor's murder.

Vice President Mike Pence talks to KTUU about health care debate

Pipeline at 40: What does the future hold?

What couples should know about finances before tying the knot

The Fishing Report: Russian River Reds

Mysterious death of Ketchikan surgeon leads to theft charges

Bird Ridge Trailhead temporarily closed

Scuba divers part of USCG Cutter Healy's arctic mission

Alaska Down Under: C-17s perform mid-air refueling to Australia

Moms discuss miscarriage

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VIDEO: What one Alaskan did after dropping her gun into an outhouse toilet

Uncle and nephew get kidney transplants on same day

Local poll: Would you live in downtown Anchorage?

G.I. Bill reforms would eliminate 15-year expiration date to use educational benefits

Anchorage man arrested for attempted murder of police officers

DEVELOPING: Sean Spicer resigns as White House press secretary

Thieves swipe solar panels from elderly Wasilla couple

'This river is broken, been broken for a while:' A dam comes down piece by piece

June employment down by 5,500 jobs compared to last year, labor department says

1 dead in single vehicle crash near Sutton

Mother calls her daughter's death suspicious

Emergency mental health care extended to veterans with other-than honorable discharges

Alaska Permanent Fund total value exceeds $60 billion

Pipeline at 40: Robots on patrol for corrosion

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Errant U.S. Airstrike Kills 12 Afghan Police, Official Says

Twelve Afghan National Police officers were killed in an errant U.S. airstrike in Helmand province during operations against the Taliban, the police chief said.

Intelligence Chief: Agencies Agree Russia Meddled

Daniel Coats, the director of national intelligence, tells NBC's Lester Holt there is no dissent among U.S. spy agencies that Russia meddled in the election.

Minneapolis Police Chief Resigns After Fatal Shooting of 911 Caller

Minneapolis Police Chief Janeé Harteau resigned Friday in the wake of the fatal shooting of bride-to-be Justine Damond who had called 911 for help.

Despite Trump Pledge, Terror Suspect Sent to U.S. Not Gitmo

An Algerian man accused of being a recruiter for al Qaeda was brought to a U.S. courtroom, despite a Trump pledge to send such suspects to Guantanamo Bay.

Seaplane Lands in New York's East River, 10 Rescued

Authorities in New York City responded to rescue people in a seaplane that landed in the East River Friday. No injuries were reported.