Russian Bear bombers fly along Alaska coast Tuesday

A big difference between Monday and Tuesday, when another pair of Russain Bear bombers was spotted along the coast of Alaska, is that U.S. forces did not intercept the planes sighted Tuesday. Officials would not comment on the back-to-back nature of the flights, but say it's recently happened anywhere from zero to 15 times in a single year (including the gap from July 4, 2015, until today).

Musher Paul Gebhardt starts cancer treatment in Seattle

Veteran Iditarod musher Paul Gebhardt talks about his battle against cancer, as he begins a critical phase of his treatment in a Seattle hospital

Cold lingers through the week (Monday, Jan. 22, 2018)

Cold temperatures continue across Alaska and it gets chilly in Anchorage this week.

Breakfast Club: AAA Moving and Storage

Congratulations to this weeks Channel 2 Breakfast Club winner, AAA Moving and Storage.

Members of Chilkoot tribe want sales of "counterfeit Native art" to stop

Members of Chilkoot tribe want sales of "counterfeit Native art" to stop

ASD speaks on increased marijuana-related suspensions

Over the course of the last few years, the number of marijuana-related suspensions of Anchorage School District students has increased significantly, according to ASD officials.

Mission Complete: young Alaskans test their inventions

Working to complete missions, the Alaska Robot Rendezvous hosted by the Juneau Economic Development Council held the state-wide FIRST LEGO League Invitational Championship Tournament.


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Tsunami alerts issued for entire West Coast after 7.9 magnitude quake

A tsunami watch was issued for the coast from Washington to California as well as Hawaii after a powerful earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska.

North Korean ex-spy who blew up jetliner: Don't trust Kim Jong Un

According to Kim Hyun-hui, Kim Jong Un's regime is using the looming PyeongChang 2018 Olympics to try to separate South Korea from its ally, the United States.

Michigan man allegedly threatened to gun down CNN employees

Brandon Griesemer was accused by the FBI of calling CNN 22 times on Jan. 9 and 10, railing against African-Americans and Jews and threatening a mass shooting.

California mudslide residents can be 'a victim or a survivor,' official says

In the wake of deadly mudslides in Montecito, California, a county emergency manager suggests residents can decide whether to be "a victim or a survivor."

Philippines raises volcano alert, eruption could be 'days away'

Mayon, the country's most active volcano, has been spewing ash, lava, and pyroclastic material since Jan. 13, displacing close to 40,000 residents.