Iditarod straw drop

The start of Iditarod is just over three weeks away and the preparations to make the race a reality are in full swing.

February 16, 2018 Iron Dog Minute

Patrick Enslow recaps Team 8's return to the 2018 Iron Dog Pro Class Race

Decreasing clouds today, sunny for the weekend

Some sunshine today to start off the weekend. Clouds move in to Southcentral to start next week.

Thank You, Alaska: Kikkan Randall reflects and focuses on final Olympics

Kikkan Randall talks motherhood, thanks Alaska, and stays optimistic for another medal opportunity.

Team 8 Turns the Page after 2017 Disqualification

Tyson Johnson and Tyler Aklestad are back in the Iron Dog race, looking for Team 8's second championship.

Kari tries figure skating

Kari Bustamante takes a Figure Skating 101 course with Sarah McCormick out at the Mac in Eagle River.


NBC News Headlines

Russian curler's doping tests return positive

A urine sample revealed traces of a performance-enhancing drug meldonium in Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitskiy's system, according

Opioid makers gave $10M to drug advocacy groups

Companies selling some of the most lucrative prescription painkillers funneled millions to advocacy groups that in turn promoted the medications' use.

Iranian foreign minister responds to Netanyahu comments

"The myth of invincibility of Israel, of the Israeli military, has crumbled," Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told NBC News in an exclusive interview.

Mysterious circumstances leave unanswered questions in search for missing Idaho father

Family man Jeramy Burt left his Boise, Idaho home on February 11, 2007. His friends and family have been searching for him ever since.

Trump denies collusion again, sparks concerns among lawmakers

While Trump has emphasized that his campaign did not collude with Russia, he has never condemned Russia since his inauguration and lawmakers are concerned.