Alaska man whose sentence was commuted by the Obama Admin. returns home

The family of an Anchorage man imprisoned for distribution of drugs welcomed him home Wednesday evening following the commutation of his sentence under the Obama Administration.

Winning culture here to stay at East football

A look at how coach Jeff Trotter changed the culture at East football.

KTUU Tailgate Tour Week Two highlights

Patrick Enslow and MK Burgess bring you the action from around the state for week two of high school football.

Friday Evening Weather KTUU 8-17-18

Clouds roll in Saturday, Rain expected for Sunday

Dry on Friday in Anchorage and that carries into Saturday before storms

With a high of 62 degrees and a low of 53 in Anchorage Friday we will be partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with partly cloudy skies this evening.

Mat-Su Borough School District adds new SRO position

Mat-Su school enrollment continues to grow and so does the concern for school safety. A new SRO position was added to help protect students.

2019 Iron Dog Race in jeopardy; hangs in balance of Tuesday board vote

The Iron Dog board announced Thursday the possibility of not having a race in 2019 on top of the resignation of Jim Wilke and Skip Boomershine from the Iron Dog Board of Directors.

 

NBC News Headlines

Man held in car-ram incident in London charged with attempted murder

No one died in the incident, but three people were injured. Police said the suspect also drove towards police before crashing into barriers.

Sales director for Backpage.com pleads guilty to conspiracy

Hyer is the second Backpage.com employee to plead guilty in cases in which the site has been accused of ignoring warnings to stop running prostitution ads.

Judge tells U.S. officials, ACLU to come up with asylum plan for migrants

The request was made during a hearing a day after Judge Dana Sabraw extended a freeze on deportations of recently reunified families.

Officer was traveling at unsafe speed when SUV struck teen, police say

"The officer was traveling at an unsafe speed for the attempted turn," a police detective said of an incident where an officer struck a person last month.

'You can't be out': Gay Egyptians continue to fear persecution

Egypt's anti-gay crackdown made headlines last September, but one year later, human-rights advocates and LGBTQ Egyptians say the persecution continues.