Tourism growth continues to build Alaska economy

Tourism growth continues to build Alaska economy

Following years of either economic recession or stagnation, Anchorage may finally be turning the corner and entering into green territory, according to a corporation in the city that tracks and surveys the economy.

Muybridge Photo Colleciton

Looking at the first widely viewed photos of Alaska

Chugiak Band Director hopes to bring new life to the program

First-year Chugiak High School band director Kody Trombley wants to expand his students' horizons outside of Alaska. He's a former band student at the very high school where he teaches, and hopes to instill the same passion for music in his kids, that he had while he was in their very place.

Anchorage Curling Club welcomes teams for international qualifier

Video by Channel 2 photojournalist Phil Walczak.

Butte air quality a cause for concern

The Mat-Su Borough considers local legislation to address air quality in the Butte area.

Iron Dog 36 begins in Deshka Landing

The 36th edition of Iron Dog - known as "the world's longest, toughest snowmobile race" - began Sunday morning at Deshka Landing.

The latest in the cold case arrest of Steven Downs, accused of murder

We're learning more about the man accused of the rape and murder of then 20-year-old Sophie Sergie in 1993. Video by Channel 2 multimedia journalist Beth Verge.