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).

Alaska Aviation Festival

Dozens of families met at the Alaska Aviation Museum on Sunday.

A Soldier Returns Home

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APD discrimination lawsuit

APD discrimination lawsuit

The Fishing Report: Kenai River Dipnetting

Channel 2 photojournalist Shawn Wilson takes to the beaches of the Kenai River, and catches up with folks attempting to fill their nets with fish.

Facebook suspends marijuana businesses

Facebook suspends marijuana businesses

Bear Encounters Produce Orphan Cubs

The Alaska Zoo is full of bear cubs.


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How Colleges are Nurturing the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs

Developing local talent benefits not only the students, but the schools and surrounding communities, too.

LGBTQ Conference in China's 'Gay Capital' Scrapped

It is not illegal to be gay in China, but LGBTQ activists say conservative attitudes toward homosexuality have led to occasional government clamp-downs.

Bieber Banned From China For 'Bad Behavior'

China has banned pop idol Justin Bieber from performing because of his "bad behavior" on and off the stage.

Police Use Technology To Catch Package-Stealing 'Porch Pirates'

Some police departments are harnessing new technology to catch the "porch pirates" who brazenly steal packages right off victims' doorsteps.

Israel Bans Men Under 50 From Jerusalem Holy Site

Israeli police have banned men under the age of 50 from entering one of Jerusalem's holiest sites as security is stepped up across the city.