New Year, new classroom for students impacted by arson fire

Its been over a week since an arson fire destroyed a classroom at College Gate Elementary. While the room has been repaired, educators wanted to make sure a lesson remained.

Members of Chilkoot tribe want sales of "counterfeit Native art" to stop

Members of Chilkoot tribe want sales of "counterfeit Native art" to stop

ASD speaks on increased marijuana-related suspensions

Over the course of the last few years, the number of marijuana-related suspensions of Anchorage School District students has increased significantly, according to ASD officials.

How a homeless camp flourished in the heart of Anchorage

Month after month, a homeless camp grew along Ingra Street on the edge of Downtown Anchorage: How one highly visible collection of tents and propane tanks reveals the challenges of cleaning up illegal campsites across the city.

OLYMPICS: Alaskan Olympian talks about taking flight on snowboard

Alaska's Ryan Stassel, and other U.S. Olympic athletes, talk about taking flight on either skis or their snowboard.

Alaska Fighting Championship #136 Highlights

Fairbanks Vince Fricilone winning the lightweight belt by unanimous decision, and Terrence Mitchell winning the flyweight belt by tap out.

Red Cross volunteers install smoke detectors

Volunteers installed smoke detectors on Martin Luther King Jr Day to help protect Anchorage trailer park residents.


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Gymnast Jordyn Wieber faces down doctor and reveals sex abuse

Jordyn Wieber, a member of the 2012 Olympic gymnastics team, made a surprise appearance at Larry Nassar's sex-abuse sentencing hearing.

How to make a better flu vaccine

Researchers made a mutant flu virus, then used it to make a better influenza vaccine

Amid sex-abuse scandal, Olympic gymnasts will no longer train at Karolyi Ranch

USA Gymnastics says athletes won't have to train at the Karolyi Ranch, where some gymnasts say they were molested by doctor Larry Nassar.

Michael Douglas accused of inappropriate sexual behavior

"He just thought he was so powerful he thought he could do anything," Susan Braudy told "Today" in her first on-camera interview about the alleged incidents.

Vaccine rates are up, but so are refusals

More U.S. kids are getting their full series of vaccines, but more and more parents are also refusing vaccinations, new health insurance data show.