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  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Palmer monofill appeal denied

    by Shannon Ballard on Mar 31, 21:32

    An Anchorage company had hopes of building a new landfill in Palmer, but it turns out, the third try is not always the charm. After denying the Anchorage company twice, the Mat-Su Borough denied Central Monofill Services (CMS) again at an appeal hearing on Tuesday. Whether the landfill happened or not had a lot of […]

  • Forecasts

    Evening News weather, March 31

    by KTVA Weather on Mar 31, 19:59

    Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound Expect mostly cloudy skies with showers along the Eastern Coasts and Prince William Sound. A shower or two could push over the mountains and into Interior locations. Southeast Expect scattered showers for the entire Panhandle on Wednesday. Interior/North Slope Interior locations will have partial clearing by the afternoon except […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    In Anchorage, hundreds pack PFD office ahead of deadline to file apps

    by Dave Leval on Mar 31, 19:41

    Lines like the one that could be seen outside the Permanent Fund Dividend office in Anchorage Tuesday resembled that of people waiting for tickets to a big concert. Eligible residents stood in line to to apply for their annual PFD checks. “I didn’t want to come, but got to,” said resident Kenneth Welch. “Mom’s got to […]

  • State

    Community speaks out about proposed public broadcasting cuts in Alaska

    by Lauren Maxwell on Mar 31, 19:33

    A proposal to eliminate state funding for Alaska’s public broadcasting system got some reaction Tuesday from people testifying in a statewide public hearing. Emily Cross is a board member for public radio station KNBA. Cross told members of the Senate Finance committee that she understood the state was in a difficult budget position but that cutting […]

  • Alaska

    JBER lieutenant becomes Alaska’s 1st nationally ranked female boxer

    by Sierra Starks on Mar 31, 18:44

    Alaska is a state that breeds winter athletes – world-famous mushers, Olympic snowboarders and all different types of skaters and skiers. But the 49th state is not a prime place for those who want to make money fastening on a pair of gloves and throwing blows in a boxing ring. Especially if you’re a lady, like […]

  • Fairbanks

    Birth of first reindeer calf sets record, marks spring in Alaska

    by Associated Press on Mar 31, 18:21

    A sure sign of spring in Alaska is the birth of the first reindeer calf at a university farm in Fairbanks. Sunday’s birth was good news for folks in Interior Alaska, marking the earliest calf ever born at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Reindeer Research Program. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports (http://is.gd/qR3eYY ) the birth […]

  • Crime

    North Pole man arrested after troopers say he shot, killed his ex-girlfriend

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Mar 31, 17:39

    A North Pole man has been charged with murder after troopers say he shot and killed his ex-girlfriend, then covered her body with a tarp. Monday, at about 7:30 p.m., Alaska State Troopers in Fairbanks received a call that a woman was found dead in a driveway off of Larissa Drive in North Pole. A man, […]

  • Alaska

    Shell one step closer to Arctic drilling in Chukchi

    by Hope Miller on Mar 31, 14:35

    After halting its drilling program in Alaska in 2013, Royal Dutch Shell is closer to being able to resume operations in the Arctic after federal officials affirmed a corrected analysis for a years-old lease in the Chukchi Sea. A statement issued by the U.S. Department of the Interior Tuesday stated: “After thorough environmental analysis and […]

  • State

    Senate passes bill limiting AGDC role in alternate gas plan

    by Associated Press on Mar 31, 14:26

    The Alaska Senate has approved legislation to temporarily restrict participation by a state-sponsored corporation in an alternate gas pipeline project proposed by Gov. Bill Walker. The decision follows a failed attempt by legislative leaders and Walker to broker an agreement. The vote was 13-7. Notice of reconsideration was served, meaning the bill could be voted […]

  • Alaska

    Stray bullet causes partial evacuation, delay at Juneau airport

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Mar 31, 13:31

    The Juneau International Airport was partially evacuated after a single bullet was found on a Jetway before a flight Tuesday morning. In a statement, the Juneau Police Department says that a pilot was walking on the Jetway, a secure area, and spotted one unfired .22-caliber bullet. Two Alaska Airlines planes — flights 61 and 62 […]

  • State

    House panel moves bill requesting sexual assault kit report

    by Associated Press on Mar 31, 10:56

    A House committee advanced a bill requesting a report on untested sexual assault kits after hearing public testimony supporting the effort. House State Affairs on Tuesday moved a new version of Rep. Geran Tarr’s bill, which would direct the state Department of Public Safety and local law enforcement to produce a report on untested sexual […]

  • Anchorage Centennial

    Local photographer featured in centennial documentary ‘Anchorage Is’

    by Daybreak Staff on Mar 31, 10:38

    Local photographer Clark James Mishler hasn’t missed taking someone’s portrait every day for the past five years. His work is featured in Anchorage’s official centennial celebration documentary “Anchorage Is…” “I think there’s a lot of photographic projects in the world where people go out and make a photo a day,” Mishler said. “I thought I would up […]

  • Alaska

    Huslia board of fisheries member reappointed

    by Associated Press on Mar 31, 8:44

    Orville Huntington has been re-appointed to another term on the Alaska Board of Fisheries. Gov. Bill Walker appointed Huntington, a Huslia resident, to a three-year term that would begin July 1. The appointment must be confirmed by the Legislature. Huntington was first appointed to the board by former Gov. Sean Parnell in 2012. His current […]

  • Medical Breakthroughs

    Mystery disease: Fingernails tell all

    by Ivanhoe Newswire on Mar 31, 7:36

    Imagine losing your hair, vomiting every time you ate and living in extreme pain. Now, imagine if doctors couldn’t help you because they couldn’t figure out what was wrong. That’s exactly what happened to one woman — art teacher, Ingrid Dick. Dick says she loves watching her students at work, “just seeing what comes out of […]

  • State

    House poised to consider school bond bill

    by Associated Press on Mar 31, 6:52

    The Alaska House is poised to consider legislation that would pause state spending on new school debt. SB 64 passed the Senate last week. A legislative attorney, in a memo to Senate Finance co-chair Anna MacKinnon, says the bill would have to pass the Legislature and be signed by the governor before an Anchorage election […]

  • Sci/Tech

    Drone development in Alaska still on track

    by Kate McPherson on Mar 30, 23:23

    Funding cuts to the University of Alaska system threatened the state’s unmanned aircraft development program, but a Senate subcommittee restored the nearly $1.9 million needed for fiscal year 2016. There are still a number of steps in the legislative process before the funding is confirmed, but staff and engineers with the Alaska Center for Unmanned […]

  • Local

    Annie Rush gets hat trick as West beats East, 4-0

    by KTVA Sports on Mar 30, 22:46

    It was not until the second half of the game when the West Anchorage High School girls soccer team started pulling away from East High during Monday’s 4-0 win over the T-Birds. But when it rained it poured, as Annie Rush scored three goals and her sister, Rosie, added another. Less than five minutes into […]

  • Alaska

    Couple in Homer proposes yurts for Alaska’s homeless

    by Shannon Ballard on Mar 30, 21:20

    Housing first — the idea is to offer permanent, affordable housing for the homeless to stop them from ending up back on the streets. It sounds simple enough and appears to be working to end chronic homelessness in other parts of the country. Now, a Homer couple is putting their own twist on the concept. When […]

  • Arts & Entertainment

    In Anchorage, pop-up studio brings art to you

    by Heather Hintze on Mar 30, 19:27

    It’s a night out with cocktails and canvas. On a recent weekday night, SubZero Bistro and Microlounge was full of pop-up painters. “We are painting wine glasses, which is really appropriate, we’re at SubZero,” explained Larissa Villar Aaberg. “They have a still life on their table, so they can paint from a picture or the […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    After Chester Creek trail attack, Anchorage residents raise safety concerns

    by Bonney Bowman on Mar 30, 19:09

    A weekend attack is raising concerns about safety on Anchorage’s trails. A woman was stabbed on Chester Creek Trail Sunday afternoon. The victim told officers from the Anchorage Police Department that she was texting and walking near the Northern Lights Boulevard overpass when someone came up behind her, knocked her out, stabbed her and went through […]