Alaska's Dark Open Secret: Native women face heightened threats of violence

Alaska's Dark Open Secret: Native women face heightened threats of violence

Alaska Native women are far more likely to be sexually assaulted per capita than any other race in the state, and also face heightened threats from domestic and other violence.

Mother continues awareness efforts 20 years after Turnagain Pass avalanche

It's been 20 years since an avalanche at Turnagain Pass killed Aaron Arthur and five other snowmachiners, and his mother is still working to expand avalanche education and safety.

Kings win big on first day of 3A/4A state basketball

Channel 2 Sports Director Patrick Enslow has highlights and scores from the first day of ASAA State Basketball.

Founder of Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors

Bonnie Carroll speaks with Rebecca Palsha and Mike Ross about TAPS

Hats off, to students with hats on to raise money for flood-affected Nebraskans

Students at Anchorage's Lake Hood Elementary hosted a fund raiser to wear a hat to school for the day, aimed at raising money for students affected by the major flooding in Nebraska.

Local women's group celebrates 100 years of preserving history

Pioneers of Alaska Igloo number 4 are dedicated to preserving history and have been for over 100 years.