The Fishing Report: Reel Fly Adventurez

Kari Bustamante teams up with Wade Williams fishing for rainbow trout in the Susitna drainages

Thursday Sports October 19

Kari Bustamante has a preview of Governor's Cup hockey plus Patrick Enslow tells the inspiring story of one Bartlett Golden Bear's long road to make it back on the field

Reward offered in car dealership thefts

Two of Anchorage's largest car dealerships and a security company are offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of thieves who have targeted dealers during the past several weeks.

Mata's return to football

Sometimes for athletes the biggest battles happen off the field, Channel 2s Patrick Enslow brings us the story of how one athlete conquered injury to arrive at the state championship game.

Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact and OCS

Alaska Native children have been disproportionately represented in the state's foster care system for decades. KTUU speaks with Christy Lawton, director of the Office of Children's Services, and Nicole Borromeo, executive vp and general counsel for AFN, about what the Alaska Tribal Child Welfare Compact will change in the system.

Al Roker's Goodbye Message to KTUU's David George

Al Roker's goodbye message to KTUU's David George, who's last day was on Oct. 20, 2017, before his retirement.

AFN Elders help identify photos

Elders attending the Alaska Federation of Natives Conference helped identify people and places in photos provided by the Anchorage Museum.

 

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Why Five Former U.S. Presidents Are Putting Politics Aside

The former U.S. presidents will attend a concert Saturday in Texas to raise money for relief efforts for hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

Spain Removes Catalonia Leader, Imposes Direct Rule

Mariano Rajoy said Saturday that he would remove Catalonia's leader, Carles Puigdemont, from power and call regional elections within six months.

NAACP Taps New Leader Amid Time of 'Tremendous Challenge'

Johnson, 49, was unanimously elected as president Saturday after serving as interim leader since July, replacing Cornell William Brooks.

Tigers, Cobras and Birds Rescued in 'Black Market' Sweep

The startling discoveries were part of the monthslong 'Operation Jungle Book,' which led to the arrest of 16 people, officials said Friday.

Dismay as Mugabe Named World Health 'Ambassador'

Robert Mugabe, the 93-year-old leader sanctioned by the U.S. over human rights abuses, was named a 'goodwill ambassador' for the World Health Organization.