Quake rattles Kenai Peninsula

An earthquake with an estimated magnitude of 5.3 rattled communities on the Kenai Peninsula at 6:18 p.m. Monday evening

Hundreds gathered at ceremonies across Anchorage for Memorial Day Monday, including at the Delaney Park Strip and Fort Richardson Cemetery, to honor the servicemen and women who gave their lives for America's freedom.

Clearing skies tonight and look for sunshine through mid-week. Temperatures in the mid 60s by Thursday. Cloudy and little cooler toward the weekend!

The 4th Avenue Theatre opened it's doors on memorial day 70-years ago, and while its future is unclear, there's a lot of hope and optimism regarding the future of a venue many view as a unique treasure.

WATCH: JBER holds its Memorial Day Ceremony

MAP: Cruise ship tourism in Alaska

Trends show high competition among buyers in housing market

Playful moose calf

Fishing Report Big Lake Pike

Aleuts revisit the suffering of WWII internment camps

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke supports Obama-era 'Denali' name change

DATA VIZ: Homeless Veterans in Alaska

Moms chat about over-the-counter birth control

Foster Parent Opens her heart and home to children in need

Anchorage police warn drivers to be careful of five moose near busy highway

Opioids create generation of American orphans

Police: Tiger Woods arrested in Florida for DUI

UPDATE: Officers identified in deadly Fairbanks shooting

APD is asking for help locating inmate who escaped from halfway house Sunday

Head-on vehicle collision sends multiple people to Anchorage Hospitals

MAP: Anchorage Pedestrian and Cyclist Collisions

Businesses see early uptick in tourist numbers

Final event honoring 70 years of 4th Ave. Theatre to happen Monday evening

Cloudy with showers for Memorial Day

VIDEO: playful moose calf enjoys backyard buoy

Alaska volcano erupts again; aviation alert raised to red

Anchorage Police respond to multiple crashes over holiday weekend

Feed Me Hope Bakery uses catering to help off-set costs of keeping shelter open year-round

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Ousted Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega Is Dead at 83

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