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  • Seawolves Blister Nooks, Score 118 Points

    The UAA Men’s basketball team has been keeping scoreboard operators busy this season, but the Seawolves saved their best for last Wednesday night, ousting rival UAF in the final game of the regular season 118-82. Senior Casey Robinson led the...
  • Seawolf Women Rout Nanooks

    The 19th-ranked UAA Women's Basketball team defeated rival UAF for the eighth straight time, 70-40 on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Spors Complex. The Seawolves got off to a slow start, and trailed the Nanooks (1 and 24 this season) 15-14 before...
  • Bartlett Moves Into First With OT Win

    Treyshawn King-Dunbar connected on a pair of free throws with one second left in overtime to lift the Bartlett boys basketball team over Service, and into sole possession of first place in the Cook Inlet Conference. The two schools entered Thursday's...
  • UAA Women Rally From 19 Points Down, Advance To GNAC Final

    The UAA women's basketball team showed the poise of a champion in Wednesday's semifinals of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference tournament. The Seawolves rallied from a 19-point second-half deficit to knock off Seattle Pacific, 68-66. The win...
  • Alaskan Leads U.S. U-20 Women's Team At La Manga Ten

    Alaskan Leads U.S. U-20 Women's Team At La Manga Ten
    Kelly Cobb of Chugiak is just the latest Alaskan athlete to find success at the international level. As the starting forward on the U.S. U-20 Women's National Team, Cobb scored a goal and added an assist Tuesday March 8th in a 2-0 victory to over Norway...
  • 2013 Iditarod Starting Order

    2013 Iditarod Starting Order
    The ceremonial start begins on Saturday, March 2 at 10 a.m. on 4th Avenue in Anchorage. 67 mushers have signed up including last year’s champion Dallas Seavey of Willow. Former Iditarod champions are also back in the running and they include...
  • John Carpenter

    John Carpenter
    In 1984 when John Carpenter was hired on at KTUU, Ronald Reagan was in his first term as president, the Detroit Tigers were the hottest team in baseball and the Magic Johnson-Larry Bird rivalry was lighting up the NBA. That was more than two decades ago,...
  • Mixed martial arts offer deaf fighter a new life

    Mixed martial arts offer deaf fighter a new life
    We all know someone who's had to overcome big challenges to get where they are today, but perhaps none are as large as the ones Josh Ofiu has had to face. When he's not attending school in Washington, D.C., you'll find him fighting at the Alaska...
  • Fund the Future October Winner

    Fund the Future October Winner
    The winner for the month was Elias Patten of SkyView High in Soldotna. His winning entry was submitted by Ami McLelland. As submitted by Ami McLelland -- Elias is the leader of a group called AKTS, with his leadership they have organized a road side...
  • Elias Patten has plan in action to better Sterling community

    Elias Patten has plan in action to better Sterling community
    The "Fund the Future" program has found its first winner. Elias Patten is a Skyview High School student who says he's not quite ready for college, but has a plan in action to get there. Most kids just go home after the bell rings at Sterling...
  • Fund the Future winner helps family through rough times

    Fund the Future winner helps family through rough times
    Channel 2's Fund the Future scholarship winner this month is a young all-star who has big dreams of playing in the WNBA, but for now is just shooting to get her family through a hard time. "I like to play sports," said Mary Katherine Hogan. The 11-year-...
  • Dzhokhar Tsarnaev pleads not guilty to Boston bombing charges

    WASHINGTON — Dzhokhar Tsarnaev made his first public court appearance Wednesday, leaning over a microphone and repeating again and again in a Russian accent “not guilty” to potential capital murder charges in a federal courtroom packed...