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Kikkan Randall thought she was just going to cheer her cousin on at a cross country meet. Instead, she was treated to an outpouring of... [Read More]
The Kodiak Bears football squad may only have 35 players on the varsity roster with JV, but despite that, it comes together with a family... [Read More]
Chugiak and Wasilla face off in a conference match-up as the Warriors travel to take on the Mustangs this Friday at 7. [Read More]
The Iditarod Trail Committee announced it has formally elected its officers and executive committee for 2019. [Read More]
MK Burgess has your highlights from week one of high school football and Patrick Enslow is in Soldotna, where the West Eagles snap the Stars'... [Read More]
Early Wednesday morning Alaska Legion Baseball announced three teams would be disqualified from Friday's postseason tournament after the teams failed to buy required insurance on... [Read More]
APU's Elite Nordic Ski team's Rosie Brennan talked with Channel 2 about everything they're doing to help support Kikkan Randall during her battle with cancer. [Read More]
It's official. Lebron is leaving Cleveland. According to Klutch Sports Group, James agreed to a four-year, 154-million-dollar deal with the Los Angeles Lakers. [Read More]
Mitch Seavey says he will race as Iditarod chief of drug testing resigns. [Read More]
Juneau-Douglas and South will face off in the ASAA state baseball championship on Saturday. [Read More]
The Alaska Goldpanners are teaming up with the MLB, USA baseball and softball, Play Ball and American Legion to bring the 24 Hours of Baseball... [Read More]
The Juneau-Douglas Lady Crimson Bears won 3 to nothing over the Grace Christian Grizzlies for the Division Two state soccer championship. [Read More]
MK Burgess brings you this week's top five plays of the week, as voted on by you! [Read More]
The Mustangs Hockey Association girls hockey team needs your help in selecting a new team name and logo. [Read More]
Activists filled downtown Anchorage to walk a mile barefoot in order to raise awareness for human trafficking. [Read More]
Justify wins the 143rd Preakness Stakes and keeps the Triple Crown hopes alive. [Read More]
DaiJenae Townes was diagnosed with arthritis four years ago. Today she signed her NLI to play basketball for Lindenwood University. [Read More]
Homer native and snowboarder Davey Baird built a camper to travel in during his competitions. [Read More]
South softball gets ready to defend it's state title and Dimond softball looks to build off the momentum it started last season. [Read More]
The Alaska Warriors disabled veteran hockey team helps provide a safe outlet for disabled veterans. [Read More]
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