Las Vegas: Soldotna attendee captures music festival nightmare

Soldotna attendee, Susan Day, films the crowd dispersing away from the Mandalay Bay hotel.

Rescued beluga calf doing well, about to head south

Mike Ross and photojournalist Michael Nederbrock update the stator of a beluga whale calf that was rescued several months ago.

Race marshals move wrench day to Thursday in Iron Dog race

NOME, AK (KTUU) -- MK Burgess interviews race marshal Nate Perkins, who explains the new schedule for the rest of the race, after a 30 hour layover in Unalakleet comes to an end.

February 20, 2018 Iron Dog Minute

Patrick Enslow has an update from Day 3 of the Iron Dog.

VIDEO: ATM stolen from local restaurant

This security camera footage from Hula Hands shows a suspect wrapping a strap around the ATM in the restaurant before it is ripped out of the building.

Early flurries and patchy freezing fog Tuesday 2-20-18

We will be under partly cloudy skies with patchy freezing fog as well as a snow flurry or two early as we warm up to 28 degrees today. Storm energy out of the west will move out of the area to the east today allowing for dry conditions through Wednesday. Tonight we will drop down to 19 degrees with patchy freezing fog. Wednesday we will be mostly cloudy with patchy freezing fog early.

2018 Iditasport race start

Participants in the Iditasport Ultra Marathon walked, biked, and skied the start line in Deshka.


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Slew of state and local bills are targeting LGBTQ people

From a trans "bathroom bill" in Anchorage to "parody marriage" legislation in South Carolina, a number of new bills are causing LGBTQ advocates concern.

Billy Graham, 'America's pastor,' dead at age 99

Evangelist Pastor Billy Graham, who boasted a career of more than 70 years and was one of the most admired men of the past century, has died at age 99, according to church sources.

Bombs are falling on a rebel enclave in Syria every minute. Here's the backstory.

NBC News takes a look at what is driving the Syrian war, a conflict which has killed hundreds of thousands of people and forced millions into exile.

Arizona couple arrested after adopted children found living in squalor

Benito Gutierrez, 69, and Carol Gutierrez, 64, were arrested after their adopted children were discovered living without access to food, water, lights, or a bathroom.

For nurses, sexual harassment from patients is 'par for the course'

The #MeToo movement has prompted nurses to stand up for themselves and put an end to what they describe as pervasive sexual harassment from their male patients.