Grand Theft Anchorage Part 2: The arrest

Our diary of an Anchorage car theft continues with the arrest of a driver, while passengers with criminal records are free to go. With the car back, we get a look at what's inside, and it isn't pretty.

Anchorage tire stores busy after first snowfall

Anchorage tire stores busy after first snowfall

Anchorage Mushing District

A proposal currently making the rounds at community council meetings eyes designating a portion of the city to honor mushers.

Saturday Sports October 21st

Patrick has highlights from game 7 of the ALCS, Game 2 of the Governor's Cup, and UAA Volleyball looks to extend it's 3 match win streak.

Woods leads Nanooks to Governors Cup victory.

An early burst of goals leads the way for the Nanooks in a 6-2 victory over the Seawolves in Game 1 of the Governors Cup. UAFs first win of the season, Justin Woods notching two goals and assist for Nanooks. Game 2 of the Governors Cup is tonight in Fairbanks puck drop set for 7:07.

Cargill and Bartlett run away with the state football crown

Bartlett High School is the ASAA Division I state football champion for the first time since 2009. The golden bears would turn a late fourth quarter fumble into a game winning touchdown from Hunter Cargill to win 40-33. Patrick has highlights from the title tilt, plus postgame reaction from the team.

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

 

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Climate Change Is Costing Taxpayers Billions — and It's Getting Worse

A new government study finds climate change is already costing taxpayers billions in disaster relief due to more extreme weather events.

Alleged Killers Return to Where Kim Jong Un's Half-Brother Was Poisoned

Defense lawyers say the women thought they were involved in a prank for a reality TV show when they encountered Kim Jong Nam.

Niger Attack Was Likely a Set-Up by Terrorists, Officials Say

An emerging theory among investigators is that the U.S. soldiers killed in Niger were set up by terrorists, who were tipped off they'd be in a local village.

Nevadans Can Retroactively Become High School Graduates

Nevada no longer requires high school seniors to pass exit tests to graduate, so it's letting 35 years of students who failed the tests re-apply for diplomas.

Grieving Dad: Find 'Psycho' Behind Shootings in Tampa

Tampa police have linked three fatal shootings in the Seminole Heights neighborhood this month.