Homelessness in focus as winter approaches

Homelessness in focus as winter approaches

A city-wide effort by municipal mobile intervention teams to connect the homeless to necessary services is underway in Anchorage.

"Alaska Unsolved" Podcast revisits a decades-old cold case

A local podcast producer hopes his newest project will generate answers in a missing persons case that dates back to 1995. (KTUU)

Skies clear with summer almost here

Highs in the mid to upper 60's on Wednesday with mostly sunny skies.

Click it or ticket campaign

Anchorage police officers have give out 866 seat belt violations in the past month, according to APD.

Roadtrippin': Taking on Seward's Folly Burger

All of the traveling has made Derek and Grant hungry, but maybe not hungry enough for the five-pound burger challenge that theyll find at the West Rib Pub and Grill in downtown Talkeetna.

104 Year-old cottage restoration

Tina Sellers Wareham works for the Alaska Railroad Corporation and the cottage that her and her husband Andrew Wareham just bought was built as a bunkhouse for railroad workers over 100 years ago. With some help from Tina's father in-law Lee Wareham, the three of them have begun to restore this little gem from Anchorage's history. And though this project is about preserving the past, Tina say's it's also about the their connection to the Alaska Railroad.

Sunshine moves in Wednesday, hot and dry in the Interior

Temperatures warm up across the Interior and Southcentral over the middle part of the week.