DeeDee Jonrowe celebrated in Unalakleet

Retiring Iditarod musher DeeDee Jonrowe was celebrated in Unalakleet.

Anchorage Dave & Buster's welcomes first customer

Dave & Buster's held a ribbon cutting and welcomed it's first guest with grand style.

2018 Propositions: See MOA's full ballot breakdown

Use this interactive data visualization to learn more about MOA's 12 total propositions.

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VIDEO: Cajun cooking served up on the Iditarod Trail

While moose, caribou and salmon are what you may expect to find on the menu in McGrath, Alaska in wintertime, during the 2018 Iditarod, Chef James Nichols brought a little Cajun taste to the Kuskokwim River community.

Snow and rain ends early today while we warm into the lower 40's.

With our rain and snow ending from earlier today while under mostly cloudy skies we will warm into the lower 40's. Under mostly cloudy skies tonight we will drop down to 27 degrees. St. Patty's day tomorrow will be partly sunny and dry with a high of 37 while we can expect more rain and snow for Sunday with lows in the upper 20's and highs in the middle 30's over the weekend.


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The Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot Justine Damond is now behind bars and charged with third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

Legalize sports betting? Here's what states fear could go wrong.

As lawmakers across the U.S. predict that sports gambling will soon be legal, sports organizations and others are convinced that doing so would be a bad bet.