Fairbanks incinerator shows promise for cleaning toxic soil

Wed Oct 09 07:37:46 PDT 2019

Fairbanks incinerator shows promise for cleaning toxic soil

Could an incinerator hold the key to cleaning toxic soil? How a company in Fairbanks is taking on the challenge, and why some citizens remain skeptical of the project.

South and Service to face off in ASAA Div. I state football championship game

South and Service to face off in ASAA Div. I state football championship game

Homeless individuals concerned for safety following recent murders in Anchorage

Patrons of Beans Cafe claim to have seen the man who allegedly murdered Kathleen Henry and Veronica Abouchuk occasionally hanging around the Bean's campus.

Friday Evening Weather KTUU 10-18-19

October weekend weather: Fair

A fish mystery solved using genetic testing

The population of cod in the Northern Bering Sea has increased immensely since 2010, and scientists are using fish DNA to find out why.

More than 175,000 Alaskans participate in the Great Shakeout 2019

Drop, cover, and hold on are words many of us are used to, as Alaska has 50 to 100 earthquakes daily and accounts for more than half of all earthquakes in the U.S., but a reminder never hurts.

Alaska Day remains dry with partly cloudy skies

While under partly cloudy skies Friday Anchorage warms to near 42 degrees.