Mushers express concern over Iditarod drug rule rewrite

In a YouTube video published Monday afternoon, Iditarod champion Dallas Seavey responded to allegations by the Iditarod Trail Committee four of his dogs tested positive for a prohibited substance. He also reacted to a recent rule change regarding canine drug testing.

Roughly three weeks after surviving the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history, 52-year old Robert McIntosh, returns home to North Pole.

The mushing world is facing an unprecedented scandal after one musher's dog team tested positive for a prohibited opioid pain reliever called Tramadol.

According to the Anchorage Fire Department, 13 units responded to the house fire.

2017 Halloween festivities in Southcentral

Car found on fire with message painted on it, police investigate as arson

Community renames city street in honor of WWII veteran

Anchorage tire stores busy after first snowfall

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Saturday Sports October 21st

A wild week of windy, snowy, rainy weather.

Parental interaction necessary with toddlers and touchscreens

VIDEO: Anchorage KFC employee allegedly strikes patron on camera

APD: Attempted dog theft ends in 1 arrest, 2 suspects at large

Girl with Down syndrome wins homecoming princess

Police hunt for men wanted in armed carjacking, assault

"Anchorage Mushing District," a project to honor Alaskan Icons

A series of storms moves through Alaska this week

UPDATE - Michigan teens charged with murder in highway rock incident

Target says customers want it to pause the 'Christmas creep'

Top US general: Families, Americans deserve answers on Niger

President Trump awards Medal of Honor to retired Army medic, Alabaman

President Trump says Singapore aircraft deal means US jobs

In Anchorage, winter tire rush intensifies after weekend snowfall

FBI arrests ex-manager of Juneau's historic Bergmann Hotel

Cyclist injured by vehicle around Boniface Pkwy and Pilgrim Dr.

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