These Anchorage drivers are part of an unhappy, but growing club

Sat Feb 10 10:18:42 PST 2018

These Anchorage drivers are part of an unhappy, but growing club

After a record year for car thefts in 2017, the rate of stolen vehicles reported across the city has remained high into the new year. And some drivers say that even when they get their car back, they don't always keep it for long. (NOTE: Dawn Dupps is a car theft victim, not a police officer.)

Tuesday evening Weather KTUU 11-12-19

Winter storm brings rain, snow and freezing rain.

Veterans Day Ceremony at JBER

Veterans, active duty soldiers and community members gathered at Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson to celebrate Veteran's Day.

Breweries push for sales after 8 p.m., entertainment on site

After a bill aimed at updating Alaska's alcohol laws was introduced during the last legislative session, some brewers are pushing back against restrictions that they say inhibit small business growth.

Volunteers step up as budgets for public lands shifts

As budgets shift relating to the maintenance of public lands, volunteers continue to play a big role in the upkeep of recreational areas.

Navy widow's campaign for full honor burials hangs in the balance in D.C.

One year ago, an Alaskan woman began a fight to ensure all veterans receive full military burial honors after her late Navy husband was denied them. Now, this fight hangs in the balance as the United States Congress deliberates on national defense spending.