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Historic US Senate debate in Barrow focuses on the Arctic


Neighborhood app highlights trick-or-treating hot spots




  • Mic Check in the Morning

    Mic Check in the Morning: The Hannah Yoter Band

    by Daybreak Staff on Oct 27, 16:11

    With a new album coming out Nov. 18 and a selection of shows this holiday season, The Hannah Yoter Band took some time out Thursday morning to bring their folky Americana sound to the Daybreak studio. Yoter said the album, “Something Good,” was recorded mostly live in a cabin in Hope, Alaska, where the singer hails from. The live […]

  • Alaska News

    Attorneys plan to seek mediation in Pebble Mine case

    by Associated Press on Oct 27, 16:03

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – Attorneys plan to seek mediation in a lawsuit between the group behind the proposed Pebble Mine and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. In a court filing Thursday, attorneys for the Pebble Limited Partnership said the parties would seek mediation. A recent request by both sides to extend the discovery period in […]

  • University of Alaska

    University of Alaska plan looks to cut skiing, indoor track programs

    by Dave Goldman on Oct 27, 15:24

    The University of Alaska Anchorage will likely cut its men’s and women’s skiing and indoor track programs as early as next year. University President Jim Johnsen and UAA athletic director Keith Hackett made the announcement Thursday at a joint press conference at the Alaska Airlines Center. It’s part of the ongoing effort since the Strategic […]

  • DayBreak

    UAA’s ‘And Then There Were None’ opens for Halloween

    by Daybreak Staff on Oct 27, 15:21

    Agatha Christie’s murder mystery “And Then There Were None” comes alive just in time for Halloween. UAA’s Theatre and Dance department will be putting on the play starting Oct. 28. The show will run for two weekends. The plot centers around 10 people who are stuck in an island mansion, and they soon realize that they […]

  • DayBreak

    Story Time w/Aunt Phil: The rise and fall of Knik

    by Laurel Downing Bill on Oct 27, 13:54

    When the U.S. Post Office opened its branch in Knik on Oct. 27, 1904, it signaled that Knik was a bonafide community. It only remained open for 13 years because of the federal government’s decision to bypass it when it laid out its plans for a railroad to connect Seward to Fairbanks in 1915. Thousands […]

  • Alaska News

    High school teacher attacked by grizzly while walking dogs near Seward airport

    by KTVA / AP on Oct 27, 13:17

    Last updated at 2:20 p.m. on Thursday, October 27 A man was attacked by a brown bear early Thursday morning while walking his dogs near the Seward airport. Ronn Hemstock was walking his dogs near the airport when he was attacked before daylight, according to authorities. He has been a teacher at Seward High School for 20 […]

  • DayBreak

    Trick-or-treating family fun at the Alaska Zoo

    by Daybreak Staff on Oct 27, 10:15

    Trick or treat with some cuddly and scary animals at the Alaska Zoo as part of their Zoo Boo event this Halloween. The zoo will have trick or treat stations and educational activities. Attendees are encouraged to dress up. The Zoo Boo event will two run times; at 4:30 p.m. and another, spookier version, at 6:30 p.m. […]

  • Alaska News

    Fewer Alaskans gave to nonprofits through Pick.Click.Give

    by Associated Press on Oct 27, 9:20

    The Alaska Community Foundation says fewer people have decided to give up portions of their annual oil wealth check to support nonprofit organizations this year. Alaska’s Energy Desk reports the foundation’s Pick.Click.Give. program allows Alaskans to donate some of the money they receive from the Alaska Permanent Fund each year to hundreds of nonprofits statewide. The […]

  • Military

    National Guard aims to recruit more Alaska Natives

    by Associated Press on Oct 27, 7:39

    The Army National Guard is turning its recruitment efforts to Alaska Natives as it seeks to find soldiers equipped with subsistence skills. KYUK-AM reports that the Guard is launching a three-year program that provides waivers for Alaska Natives looking to join, but who may face barriers to qualification. The pilot program relaxes requirements for the […]

  • Alaska News

    Is trick-or-treating a danger to pets? Tips to keep animals safe on Halloween

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Oct 27, 7:07

    Halloween is a fun holiday for many families — dressing up, trick-or-treating, scary thrills. For some of our furry family members, however, the holiday can provide a number of opportunities for danger. “From decorations to holiday treats, many of the things that make Halloween fun for people can be scary and even deadly to pets,” […]

  • Local

    Still 2 months away, Copper Basin 300 is off to a good start

    by Dave Goldman on Oct 26, 22:47

    It’s beginning to look a lot like sled dog racing season. The recent winter weather has put a spring in the step of those who organize the Copper Basin 300 sled dog race. Up to eight inches of snow fell last week in the Glennallen area, the Valley and the Copper River Basin. It was followed by frigid temperatures, ensuring the […]

  • Crime

    ‘Somebody saw something’: Family of Government Hill homicide victim seeks answers

    by Daniella Rivera on Oct 26, 21:49

    As Anchorage police investigate the 28th homicide of the year, the family of 29-year-old victim Ian Alexander Bobich is making a desperate plea for help. Just before 11 p.m. on Monday, police dispatch received several calls from people in the area reporting gunshots near Elm Street and East Bluff Drive. When officers arrived, they found Bobich […]

  • Alaska Politics

    Historic US Senate debate in Barrow focuses on the Arctic

    by Rhonda McBride on Oct 26, 21:32

    Organizers billed it as the first ever U.S. Senate debate held above the Arctic Circle. Sen. Lisa Murkowski faced three challengers on the stage at the Barrow High School auditorium on Wednesday. But even before the candidates had a chance to engage, there was a distinctly different flavor to this debate, which began with a prayer […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Neighborhood app highlights trick-or-treating hot spots

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Oct 26, 21:14

    Alaskans can find the best spots to trick or treat this Halloween, thanks to the online “neighborhood” Nextdoor. Nextdoor is a social media site and app that connects neighbors for things like events, yard sales, missing pets and even local crime. For Halloween, it’s promoting a treat map showing other Nextdoor users who have indicated they […]

  • Health

    Teal pumpkins raise awareness about trick-or-treaters with food allergies

    by Heather Hintze on Oct 26, 20:10

    Halloween is right around the corner and doctors are urging parents to stock up on toys—in addition to candy—to give out to trick-or-treaters. The Teal Pumpkin Project is a growing effort to raise awareness about kids with food allergies. The Alaska branch of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America hosted a painting party for children […]

  • Alaska Politics

    Behind the Ballot: Margaret Stock for U.S. Senate

    by Liz Raines on Oct 26, 20:01

    She’s never held political office before, but she has held some high level positions in the U.S. Army, including work in the Pentagon. Now, Margaret Stock is challenging Sen. Lisa Murkowski for a ticket back to Washington D.C. Stock is a self-proclaimed “party crasher.” The former Republican, now turned Independent, promises to cut through the […]

  • US/World

    Pakistan arrests National Geographic’s famed ‘Afghan girl’

    by Associated Press on Oct 26, 18:40

    PESHAWAR, Pakistan — A Pakistani investigator says the police have arrested National Geographic’s famed green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’ for having a fake Pakistani identity card. Shahid Ilyas from the Federal Investigation Agency, says the police arrested Sharbat Gula during a raid on Wednesday at a home in Peshawar. Gula was an Afghan refugee girl when she […]

  • Outdoors

    Bridge replacements underway along Tony Knowles Coastal Trail

    by Lauren Maxwell on Oct 26, 18:37

    Updated at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 26 If you enjoy walking, running or biking on the Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, get ready for some detours. Work began to replace two bridges on the trail, starting with the Sisson Loop bridge at mile 6.6 of the trail on Oct. 17. Work on the Fish Creek […]

  • Living Alaska

    Living Alaska: Activities to help you survive — and enjoy — a long winter

    by Megan Edge on Oct 26, 17:38

    If you’re one of those people who says “I love Alaska; I just hate the winters,” stop. Please. That’s like saying you love apple pie, you just hate apples. Winter is more than half of the year here; you have to find a way to appreciate it. And isn’t true love in any form supposed […]

  • DayBreak

    ‘ALWays: A Tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber’ in Anchorage one night only

    by Daybreak Staff on Oct 26, 17:22

    For one night only, the Atwood Concert Hall will be playing “ALWays: A Tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber.” “He will be the Beethoven 200 years from now,” said Steven Alvarez with Anchorage Concert Chorus, who is collaborating with Alaska Dance Theatre and Theatre Artists United for the production. If you didn’t know, Andrew Lloyd Webber is […]