104 Year-old cottage restoration

Tue Jun 18 21:08:53 PDT 2019

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.

Indigenous Peoples Day

Alaska's Native people came together at Alaska Pacific University on October 14 to celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day.

Our sun and calm ends with winds and clouds moving in today

While under mostly cloudy skies Tuesday Anchorage warms to near 40 degrees.

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Monday Evening Weather KTUU 10-14-19

Strong winds over the Bering Sea and Aleutian chain and rain for Southeast.