Here's a story we could all use right now, one with a happy ending. Last week, the Anchorage Police Department received a call from a woman lost in the woods. They used a drone to rescue her within 15 minutes.
The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services informed Ketchikan Emergency Operations Center that there are three new positive cases for COVID-19 in Ketchikan, bringing the total number of cases to six.
Anchorage, Mat-Su Borough and Kenai School Districts have all suspended school-sponsored trips over concerns related to the threat of coronavirus. Some parents want answers on whether refunds will be made.
Since December there have been 15 crashes involving school buses. ASD says 13 of those have happened since students returned from break on January 6. Seven of the crashes had children on or around the bus, and according to ASD, these were all civilian caused.
Police say 38-year-old Anesha Murnane went missing from her assisted living facility near Main Street and Lee Street in Homer. Now they say they believe she was picked up or got into a car on Saturday evening.
Every child deserves to go to school and feel safe, and know that they're safe, but in recent years it seems as though that safety has been threatened with an increase in reported numbers of terroristic threats against schools.
A concerned Anchorage mother is taking action to improve safety for student pedestrians on their way to and from school -- but she's finding out that a mother's touch isn't quite enough to make permanent changes to Anchorage roadways.
The subject of Steven Spielberg's 'Catch Me If You Can,' Frank Abagnale, spent years scamming people all around the world. Now, he works for the FBI as an advisor on fraud. He was in Anchorage Thursday night and we actually did manage to catch up with him.
The nation's top aviation regulator has tested new software for the Boeing 737 Max in a flight simulator and is tentatively giving a favorable review to the updates to a plane that remains grounded after two deadly crashes.
Keeping kids safe seems to be something we can all agree on, no matter our differences, but instances like alleged abuse by football coaches up in Fairbanks, and sexual assault allegations about a year ago at Dimond High School -- challenge that thought.
Wildfires burning around the state have made for a pretty smoky summer, and Alaskans are concerned about health. The Anchorage Health Department says air quality will be unhealthy for sensitive groups through the weekend.