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  • Crime

    In Anchorage, 2 stabbings both incidents of domestic violence

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 14, 19:44

    Police responded to two separate stabbing incidents in Anchorage on Sunday. Both were domestic violence-related, police say. The first occurred just after midnight at Taku Lake Park in South Anchorage. Police arrested Alison DelaRosa after she stabbed her boyfriend. The victim was transported to the hospital. The status of his condition is unknown at this time, police […]

  • Football Final

    Football Final on KTVA: Sept. 13

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 14, 17:36

  • Forecasts

    Evening weather: Sept. 14

    by KTVA Weather on Sep 14, 17:30

    It was a nice hit of sunshine, but that will soon turn into cloudy skies along with rain. Daytime highs will remain in the mid-to-upper 50s as another system makes its way up toward the Southcentral.

  • National

    Slideshow: Washington gets win over Illinois, Sept. 13

    by KTVA Sports on Sep 14, 15:15

    The Washington Huskies dominated the Sept. 13 game against Illinois, winning 44-19.

  • National

    Slideshow: Seattle Mariners vs. Oakland Athletics, Sept. 13

    by KTVA Sports on Sep 14, 14:41

    The Oakland Athletics recorded a 3-2 victory over the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field on Saturday, Sept. 13.

  • State

    Health centers get money for expanded services

    by Associated Press on Sep 14, 13:27

    More than two dozen health centers in Alaska will receive federal funding to hire additional doctors and expand primary care services. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said the $5.3 million in funding through the federal health care law will help the centers reach more than 7,700 new patients. The department estimates the […]

  • State

    3 rescued after plane goes down in Alaska

    by Associated Press on Sep 14, 12:21

    The Alaska Air National Guard says it rescued three people after a small plane went down near Beluga Mountain, northwest of Anchorage. The plane’s emergency locator beacon sent a signal to the Alaska Rescue Coordination Center at about 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Air National Guard’s rescue helicopter headed for the coordinates transmitted from the beacon […]

  • Crime

    6 injured in downtown shooting outside Kodiak bar

    by Sierra Starks, Charlo Greene on Sep 14, 12:00

    Two suspects remain at large after a shooting outside of a downtown bar left six people injured. The shooting occurred early Sunday morning outside the Kodiak Bar and Grill, located at 225 E. Fifth Avenue, according to the Anchorage Police Department. Police blocked Fifth Avenue between Cordova Street and Barrow Street for hours as they […]

  • State

    Group seeks to restore old Cripple Creek

    by Associated Press on Sep 13, 19:01

    Cripple Creek used to wind and snake its way down Chena Ridge near Fairbanks, until a mining company cut a ditch in the 1930s to create a straighter channel it needed to support its operations. Now a conservation group is seeking to restore the original flow of the old Cripple Creek. The Interior Alaska Land […]

  • Football Final

    High School Football Scores: Week 5

    by KTVA Sports on Sep 13, 18:27

    Saturday, Aug. 13 West 55 Eagle River 6 Service 44 Chugiak 21 Nikiski 50 Valdez 0 Soldotna 48 Kodiak 0 Ketchikan 23 Homer 22 Seward 22 Barrow 20   Friday, Aug. 12 South 41 East 22 Bartlett 33 Dimond 14 Lathrop 49 Colony 28 West Valley 35 Palmer 28 Wasilla 20 Kenai 10 North Pole 50 […]

  • Local

    Assembly approves new burglar alarm policy

    by Shannon Ballard on Sep 13, 18:12

    The Anchorage Assembly is laying down new rules when it comes to burglar alarms. A new policy will save home and business owners some money, but it will actually cost the police. Before now, if you had a burglar alarm, you had to register it every year with the Anchorage Police Department. You received a fine […]

  • State

    Alaska court task force will look at elder abuse

    by Associated Press on Sep 13, 14:31

    An Alaska Court System task force will examine the state’s handling of abuse and neglect of the elderly. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports (http://bit.ly/1uB1HT2) that the task force will examine the use of guardianship and conservatorship, seeking to improve the justice system’s handling of vulnerable adults. The task force, announced on Wednesday, will be chaired […]

  • Local

    Landowner continues legal battle with City of Palmer

    by Kate McPherson on Sep 13, 13:40

    A seven-year legal battle between Palmer resident Ray Briggs and the City of Palmer continues. As the 68-year-old Vitenam veteran battles lung cancer, he says the City of Palmer has unconstitutionally taken his land. “I’ve got roughly a year and half to live,” Briggs said. “The city said they are going to take it one […]

  • Crime

    Twin brothers injured in bike trail stabbing

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 13, 13:02

    A man is in critical condition after a stabbing on a bike trail near Dimond Center Friday night. Police say the stabbing took place near 88th Avenue and Old Seward Highway at about 10:15 p.m. Twin brothers Joshua and Justin Toliver and an unidentified female were walking on the bike trail when they came upon […]

  • Football Final

    Football Final on KTVA: Sept. 12

    by KTVA Sports on Sep 13, 11:37

  • State

    Sculpture being assembled in Fairbanks

    by Associated Press on Sep 13, 10:39

    A steel abstract sculpture is going up in Fairbanks as the artistic centerpiece of a street reconstruction project. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://is.gd/rH36Ny) reports the Illinois Street sculpture is being erected this weekend near the Chena River in downtown Fairbanks. The first pieces were raised Thursday. The sculpture, called Polaris, is set to be dedicated […]

  • Local

    Former Merrill Field control tower set to reopen as tourist attraction

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 12, 21:27

    Crews were putting the final touches on the old Merrill Field Control Tower Cab Friday in preparation for it’s new role as a tourist attraction. The tower was used for years at Merrill Field to safely manage incoming and outgoing flights. The two-story structure now sits at the Alaska Aviation Museum, which is slated to […]

  • Health

    Cancer survivors and supporters to raise awareness by climbing mountain

    by Emily Carlson on Sep 12, 21:15

    Gwendolyn Carlson loves to high-five life’s successes, no matter how small they may be. “G,” as everyone calls her, is the nurse manager at Alaska Women’s Cancer Care. She brings compassion and energy to a job that, most days, is filled with breaking terrible news to terrified patients. Carlson knows what it’s like to hear […]

  • Local

    Unions launch new “Vote No on 1″ campaign

    by Lauren Maxwell on Sep 12, 20:06

    As the November election approaches, Anchorage residents may begin to notice new political signs with a familiar slogan. But this latest “Vote No on 1” campaign has nothing to do with oil taxes, as it did in the primary election. The Proposition 1 that Anchorage voters will see on the ballot in November refers to Mayor […]

  • Football Final

    Vote for Game of the Week: Sept. 19

    by KTVA Sports on Sep 12, 17:28

    This week’s KTVA Game of the Week will be either Service at Dimond OR Colony at Wasilla. How you can take part: Please vote in our online poll (below) to select where KTVA Sports will broadcast our 5, 6, and 10 p.m. sportscasts to feature Game of the Week on September 19. The KTVA Sports […]