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Powder prayers for Alyeska as opening day is delayed

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Decades in the making, scientists confirm identity of prehistoric reptile

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    Vehicle leaves Parks Highway, strikes sled dog team near Willow

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 25, 21:48

    A musher is in the hospital after a car veered off the Parks Highway Tuesday night and hit the dog team. At around 7:30 p.m., authorities responded to Mile 91 of the highway in the Willow area. There, they found a seriously injured musher and numerous sled dogs. Mat-Su spokesperson Patty Sullivan says a helicopter […]

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Artists in Alaska plan to add a little color to Black Friday

    by Shannon Ballard on Nov 25, 20:10

    Life needs color, says Lori Teich. That explains why nearly everything she owns is splattered with paint. Teich says she started experimenting with acrylic after serving five years in the U.S. Coast Guard. “I’ve kind of always had that urge to do it,” she said. It’s the one thing that helps her relax. Painting even transferred color […]

  • Forecasts

    Evening News weather, Nov. 25

    by KTVA Weather on Nov 25, 20:05

      Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound Skies will be sunny with early morning fog. Southeast Lots of sunshine to the north. Partly sunny skies in the southern inner channels. Interior and North Slope Skies will cloudy and temperatures falling again. Interior Alaska received its first measurable snowfall of November today with nearly six inches […]

  • Local

    Great Alaska Shootout brings former Dimond player home

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 25, 19:48

    Boise State guard Keiahnna Engel is home. The former Dimond High School standout is back in Anchorage, but she is not here to visit family. This trip is all business. “I’m so used to her wanting to like come bug me and come hang out and stuff and all that type of weird sisterly things […]

  • Local

    Sullivan Arena sees competition as Great Alaska Shootout moves to UAA

    by Heather Hintze on Nov 25, 19:39

    The only shootout you’ll find at the Sullivan Arena this week will be on the ice. For the first year since it opened in 1983, the arena isn’t hosting the GCI Great Alaska Shootout basketball tournament.  Instead, a hockey team from Northern Michigan is practicing there before heading up to Fairbanks. “It’s obviously one of […]

  • Local

    1 dead, multiple injured in Sterling Highway vehicle crash

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 25, 19:29

    One person is dead and others injured in a Tuesday evening vehicle collision on the Sterling Highway. At 5:40 p.m., Alaska State Troopers responded to a two-vehicle crash at Mile 146 of the highway, in the Happy Valley area, said AST spokeswoman Megan Peters in an email. The highway is closed while first responders are on-scene. […]

  • Local

    East Anchorage neighbors worry about injured moose

    by Lauren Maxwell on Nov 25, 18:45

    The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is urging people who live in an East Anchorage neighborhood to leave an injured moose alone. But that’s particularly hard for Dan Main. The large bull is lying down in Main’s yard and has barely moved since Monday. “Our concern is the animal,” said Main. “We aren’t worried […]

  • Sci/Tech

    Decades in the making, scientists confirm identity of prehistoric reptile

    by Hope Miller on Nov 25, 15:57

    The first of its kind discovered in Alaska, researchers have finally identified a fossil of a reptile discovered 64 years ago on the North Slope that lived when dinosaurs roamed the earth. A 12-foot partial skeleton of an ichthyosaur — a prehistoric marine reptile that resembles modern dolphins and whales — was found in 1950 by geologists […]

  • Travel Tuesday

    Travel Tuesday: Delta increasing flights to Alaska

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 25, 12:26

    “When airlines compete, the customer wins.” Sound familiar? It’s one of the many mantras of Daybreak’s travel guru Scott McMurren. He stopped by the studio to talk about how Delta Air Lines is looking to step up its game in the Alaska. New spring offerings coming from Delta Air Lines: Anchorage May 15: Five flights […]

  • DayBreak

    Seeing the Alaska Zoo in a different light

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 25, 11:00

    With less than 6.5 hours of daylight to enjoy every day, there’s one boardwalk lighting up to add a little magic for its year-round residents. The Alaska Zoo Lights are bigger, brighter and more beautiful than ever before. Eileen Floyd with the Alaska Zoo joined Daybreak Tuesday morning to talk about the winter tradition. Floyd […]

  • State

    Suspicious fire extinguished in Juneau landmark

    by Associated Press on Nov 25, 10:19

    Juneau police and fire officials are investigating five suspicious fires in the last month in the Merchant’s Wharf building, the wooden structure on pilings that’s home to restaurants and shops on the city waterfront. Fire marshal Daniel Jager tells the Juneau Empire (http://bit.ly/11UV6sQ) the situation is serious. He says the building is old and a […]

  • State

    Teacher abuse lawsuit heads for mediation

    by Associated Press on Nov 25, 8:43

    The Fairbanks school district and the family of a student who says he was sexually assaulted by a high school tutor will attempt to settle claims through a mediator. The family sued last spring, claiming the district ignored warning signs of inappropriate behavior with students by Hutchison High School tutor and correspondence teacher Claude Fowlkes […]

  • US/World

    From coast to coast, Ferguson touches a nerve

    by CBS/AP on Nov 25, 7:41

    Last Updated Nov 25, 2014 8:40 AM EST Thousands of people rallied late Monday and early Tuesday in cities across the country, from Los Angeles to New York and dozens of places in between, to passionately but mostly peacefully protest a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer who killed unarmed black 18-year-old Michael Brown in […]

  • State

    In Alaska, tapping into geothermal energy presents challenges

    by Alexis Fernandez on Nov 25, 7:03

    It’s no surprise that Alaskans pay twice as much for electricity compared to the rest of the country. In rural areas, it can cost three times as much. The state is looking to stabilize some of those costs with the help of renewable energy, such as geothermal energy. But, it’s proving to be a lot […]

  • Local

    Powder prayers for Alyeska as opening day is delayed

    by Kate McPherson on Nov 25, 1:31

    Not since the 1970s or ’80s does Brian Burnett remember a year like this at Alyeska Resort. As of Monday evening, there’s no accumulation at the base of the mountain and only around 19 inches at the top — a third of what’s desirable for it to open. “We are pushing hard to open as soon […]

  • State

    Judge invalidates part of school funding mechanism

    by Associated Press on Nov 24, 23:26

    A borough has successfully challenged one facet of how the state of Alaska funds education. Ketchikan Superior Court Judge William B. Carey has invalidated the local contribution requirement for school districts. Carey ruled for the Ketchikan Gateway Borough, which sued over the state’s requirement that it must pay a local contribution to the school district […]

  • Local

    Official portrait rite of passage for Alaska Gov.-elect Bill Walker

    by Rhonda McBride on Nov 24, 23:15

    The sunshine streamed through a glass wall into a large, empty room in downtown Anchorage’s KeyBank building. Even so, photographer Josh Martinez and his assistant had lights and a screen set up, eagerly anticipating the arrival of their subject, the next governor of Alaska. A view of the sky bridge to the Alaska Center for […]

  • Local

    Anchorage police review response to weekend street party

    by Dave Leval on Nov 24, 22:22

    It took only words to end a downtown disturbance early Sunday morning. Every on-duty officer from the Anchorage Police Department was sent to the intersection of Fourth Avenue and D Street to break up what police called an “unsanctioned” street party. APD says it started when the driver of an SUV played very loud music after playHouse, a […]

  • Local

    Businesses revved up for Iron Dog’s new Anchorage start

    by Heather Hintze on Nov 24, 21:47

    Every year, about 3,000 people make the trip out to Big Lake to watch the start of the Iron Dog race. This year, however, winter spectators won’t have to go as far as the Iron Dog added a ceremonial start for the 2015 race in Anchorage for the first time ever. “It’s great because it’s […]

  • Local

    Thanksgiving Blessing helps to feed thousands in Southcentral Alaska

    by Lauren Maxwell on Nov 24, 19:52

    The Thanksgiving Blessing project is a charitable event that takes almost a year to organize. But it means that thousands of Anchorage families will now have their own Thanksgiving meal to sit down to. The project was hosted at six sites on Monday, which included four churches, the Spenard Recreational Center and the Mountain View […]