'Be aware of what's above you'—Spring snow brings avalanche danger

'Be aware of what's above you'—Spring snow brings avalanche danger

Winter may be over, but the Alaska Avalanche Information Center is warning that avalanche danger remains a threat.

Whittier celebrates its 50th birthday

With tourists coming in by train and car from Anchorage, as well as cruise ships through Passage Canal, the historic town is becoming one of Alaska's most popular stops.

Providence program provides job training to refugees

Providence Hospital collaborates with Catholic Social Services, providing job skills and English language lessons to Refugees.

Wednesday Evening Weather KTUU 5-22-19

Clouds, showers on Thursday, sunny periods Friday

Public Watchdog Concerned with Proposed Assembly Ordinance

Eugene Haberman, a self-proclaimed government watchdog, is concerned that a proposed ordinance by the Anchorage Assembly could infringe on his right to speak at their meetings.

Retiring teacher reflects on work with Mclaughlin students

Fifteen students graduated from McLaughlin School. Retiring teacher Leslie Fleming has been there for every step of their journey.

South High wrestling duo sign letters of intent

Henry Saafi and Jacob Shack signed their national letters of intent on Monday. Saafi will wrestle for Southern Oregon University, and Shack will head to Southwestern Oregon.