Bear Safety Tips

Video tips for what you need, when hiking or camping in bear country.

Alaskan Athletes sign on the dotted line

Seniors from all across Alaska sign their national letter of intent to play college sports.

Sports Sunday November 19th 2017

Patrick has results from the Alaska Cup between UAA and UAF ski teams, a recap of UAA weekend sports, plus high school athletes sign on the dotted line.

Sports Saturday November 18th

UAA hockey looks to keep their two game point streak alive, both Seawolves hoop teams look to remain perfect on the weekend, and UAAs Caroline Kurgat wins a national championship at the Division II national championship in cross country running.

Project Lullaby performance

An audience of over 200 crowded the basketball court at Hiland Mountain Correctional Center Saturday afternoon for the prisons second ever Project Lullaby Concert, a program that helps mothers behind bars connect with their children through music.

Sports Friday November 17th

UAA hockey steals two points at home, Former Aces coach Rob Murray is hospitalized in Quad Cities, plus Seawolf basketball takes on Holy Names.

Worldwide pilot shortage

A pilot shortage is impacting the aviation industry. KTUU investigates how Alaska is ready to respond.


NBC News Headlines

Jury awards transgender professor $1.1 million in discrimination case

A federal jury ruled in favor of a transgender professor, Rachel Tudor, whose tenure and promotion was denied at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

Judge permanently blocks Trump sanctuary cities order

A federal judge says Trump cannot set new conditions on spending approved by Congress.

Whitefish Energy 'standing down' in Puerto Rico over $83M bill

The company said that outstanding invoices with Puerto Rico's power agency have "made it impossible to continue" its work rebuilding the island's battered electrical grid.

Pilot killed after USAF training jet crashes in Texas

The pilots were assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base, west of San Antonio, when their Talon T-38 jet crashed Monday afternoon.

South Carolina wants to execute a man but has no drugs

It's been six years since South Carolina carried out a lethal injection. Will Bobby Wayne Stone be next?