Class teaches bear safety techniques

Learn to Return teaches a bear safety class that shows the most up to date techniques for surviving a bear encounter.

Anchored Home, a plan to address homelessness in Anchorage

Anchorage's plan to address homelessness is set to enter a new era.

State fair bidding war paying dividends for local high schooler

An Eagle River-area high school student, who is blind, has cerebral palsy and suffers from intellectual disabilities, got the surprise of her life while showing a sheep at this year's edition of Alaska State Fair.

Anchorage Women support affordable housing

Female volunteers helped build a Habitat for Humanity duplex one nail at a time. It's part of the 1,000 women strong campaign.

Assignment Alaska: Artist Rockwell Kent's search for wilderness

100 years later, Channel 2 multimedia journalist Eric Sowl retraces the steps of artist Rockwell Kent on his fateful journey to Fox Island

Kikkan Randall surprised at Big 8 Invitational

Kikkan Randall was honored with a show of support at the Big 8 Invitational cross country meet this weekend.

WATCH: Bear breaks out of minivan after accidentally being locked in

This North Carolina bear was not very appreciative of a minivan owner unlocking the door after it accidentally got locked in a minivan. (NBC Video)

 

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Four injured in shooting at Wisconsin, business; gunman dead

Police said that the gunman at WTS Paradigm, a software company, was heavily armed and that officers prevented significant further bloodshed.

Man at center of 3D gun case charged with sexual assault

Wilson allegedly exchanged text messages with a juvenile woman and identified himself, saying he was "a big deal."

Gunman dead in shooting at Pennsylvania judge's office

The shooting occurred at District Magistrate Daniel Shimshock's office in Masontown, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Medical examiner can't determine order of Laquan McDonald's wounds

Arunkumar said it's impossible to determine the order of the gunshots in such cases because the shooter and the person being shot are in "constant motion."

Texas great-grandmother shoots 12-foot gator as revenge for killing mini-horse

Judy B. Cochran, the mayor of Livingston, Texas, shot and killed the 580-pound gator at her ranch on Sunday night.