"I'm upset. This makes us look like cheaters." Iron Dog leaders disqualified hours before leaving Tanana

Iron Dog Team 8 Tyson Johnson and Tyler Aklestad disqualified just hours from being released from Tanana checkpoint for Fairbanks.


Some clouds over the next 2 days then sunshine to finish the week. Stormy across the Interior and Northern areas


A man was arrested for allegedly setting fire to a vehicle with occupants inside on Thursday.



Team 41 was accompanied by Team 8 leaving Tanana. As Davis tells KTUU reporter Patrick Enslow, their intentions were to let Team 8 cross the finish line before Team 41.


Witness Account: Iron Dog spectator tells KTUU what he saw with Team 8


Democratic, Republican governors split over healthcare


Deputy tells story of perseverance to inspire others never to give up


Snow sculptures, Running of the Reindeer and more


Thursday Iron Dog Update


2017 Anchorage Fur Rendezvous Winter Festival


Alaska Senate leaders propose spending limit, fund draws


Report: Incidence of withdrawal signs in Alaskan infants increased sevenfold over 12 years


Join the centennial celebrations with Denali National Park


Proposal for new Turnagain Arm police service area introduced to Anchorage Assembly


Act of honesty; lost diamond returned by restaurant employee


Deputy's stolen bike returned with mysterious note from young woman


BREAKING: Body camera footage shows officer shoot Fairbanks man, no criminal charges filed


Alaska lawmakers consider reducing their own pay


UPDATE: DATA VIZ: See where Alaska's hunting winners and permittees were issued, nationwide


Warnings/Advisories to the North, RONDY for ANC!


Fairbanks grand jury indicts 4 in theft of heavy safe


Alaska village banishes 4 people for dealing meth


President Trump takes on fake news, touts regulation rollbacks at CPAC speech


Team 8 first to leave Nome in 2017 Iron Dog


LIVESTREAM: Sen. Sullivan's 2017 Legislative Address


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