Navy to search for explosives on ocean floor near Kodiak

They will be looking for explosives as well as munitions left there from the World War II-era


Nearly 200 graduates crossed the stage Thursday night.


InsideOut Dad, along with Parenting with Dignity, teach fathers to better connect with their children and children's mother.



14 communities across the state all ran simultaneously to raise money and spread awareness.


Local charity planning fundraising walk for Sunday


Team KTVF and Outpost Alaska hold bike wash for May No Child Go Hungry


Teen survives deadly disease after month on life support


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New comedy club opens in Fairbanks


Residents and officers gather for Police Memorial Ceremony


Cannoli dip


Gov. Walker signs Real ID Act bill into law


MACS Transit announces cuts at public meeting


University helps store employees lift heavy items with ease


First resident of Prosperity House describes the program's importance


Lathrop's Class of 2017 graduates


Torch Run and Pledge Drive set for Saturday


Riders injured in Ferris wheel fall


Weiner to plead guilty to sexting minor


Is bricks and mortar shopping dead?


Missing man and sons found


Joe Biden's ice cream dreams come true


Orphaned baby birds rescued by woman and her dog


Police department adopts first pit bull police K-9


Fish biologists mix electricity and water for 'shocking' results


Legislative special session begins


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