Anchorage Museum expansion

Wednesday morning, the Anchorage Museum curators led a small group of reporters through its 25,000 square foot expansion, which cost $24 million and was paid for entirely by private money.

Teaching in 2017

Teachers say more than ever they're being tasked to help students beyond traditional classroom teaching

Anchorage's last cruise of the season leaves town Monday

The last cruise ship to dock in Anchorage for the season leaves town Monday night. But Monday morning, while the ship was at the port of Anchorage, students from several high schools toured the liner to see if being a part of the cruise industry would be a career they would be interested in pursing.

Body discovery in Anchorage

Channel 2 investigative reporter Kyle Hopkins called 911 to report the discovery Monday after a local man told him that one, if not two, bodies were in the woods near a homeless camp.

Fishing Report: Skilak Lake

In the last fishing report of the year Kari and Sean Bradley fish for trout on Skilak Lake.

Sports Friday September 18th

Friday night football takes center stage as Chuiak hosts Kenai, West hosts the annual Spiketacular, plus the Indians record winning streak comes to an end.

Wasilla boy named honorary UPS pilot

It's a flight that may a changed a boys life. When young Tyler Blades was seated next to a uniformed UPS Captain he started asking questions. Now that captain is helping him explore his newly found interest in aviation.


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Cornell Frat Disbanded After Possible Hate Crime

Psi Upsilon was shuttered after some of its affiliated members were allegedly involved in an assault that could be racially motivated.

Hurricane Maria Knocks Out Power to All of Puerto Rico

Government officials say it could be four to six months before electricity is returned to Puerto Rico, home to nearly 3.5 million people.

Australian Refugees to Resettle in U.S. Under Obama-Era Deal

Trump has described the refugee swap as "dumb" but has nevertheless said Washington will honor the deal with Australia.

First Lady Calls On Leaders to 'Step Up' for Children

At a floral-themed and scented luncheon Wednesday, first lady Melania Trump urged the spouses of world leaders to "step up" for the next generation.

'He Can't Hear You!': Deaf Man Killed by OKC Police as Neighbors Scream

A deaf man carrying a metal pipe was fatally shot by Oklahoma City police Tuesday as neighbors frantically tried to tell cops that he couldn't hear their commands.