Chickaloon hosts its first Native Youth Olympics Invitational

The first annual Chickaloon Native Youth Olympics Invitational brings smaller communities together.

Sunny today and more snow tonight and tomorrow Friday 2-23-18

We will warm up to 23 degrees today but there will be freezing fog early with sunny skies. Tonight we are looking at 2-3" of snow after Midnight as we drop down to 14 degrees overnight. We warm up to 22 degrees with more snow on Saturday.

Team 10 at White Mountain

Team 10 checks through White Mountain Friday morning. Video courtesy Irving Ashenfelter.

Home burns in Fairview, February 23

A house on E 17th burns at 1:30 on Feb. 23. Fire fighters battle the blaze.

Iron Dog tweaks layovers heading southbound

Iron Dog announces changes to layovers before teams leave the Nome checkpoint.

February 22, 2018 Iron Dog Minute

It's Day 5 and Western Alaska weather is not playing nice with this year's race, as teams run into part issues in the garage, Channel 2's MK Burgess has the latest from Nome.

Keystone Kops Arrest Howie

Busted not sporting a 2018 Fur Rendezvous pin, the Keystone Kops of the University Kiwanis come and arrest Howie Gordon.


NBC News Headlines

White House locked down after vehicle hits security barrier

A female driver was immediately apprehended at 17th and E Streets, the U.S. Secret Service reported on its Twitter feed.

Officers rarely fail to confront threat, experts say

Police psychologists caution that there might be a reason the campus security officer at the high school massacre in Parkland, Florida, failed to act.

Trump company settles lawsuit over disputed golf club deposits

A Florida golf club owned by U.S. President Donald Trump agreed on Friday to pay $5.45 million to settle claims by former members that it wrongfully refused to refund their deposits when they wanted to resign.

Manafort hit with new charges after Gates pleads guilty

Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign aide and business associate of Paul Manafort, entered the plea in federal court in Washington.

Obama methane rules kept in place by federal judge

Trump appointees wanted to make oil and gas extraction easier for industry, but a federal judge worried about pollution and wasted resources.