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  • Travel Tuesday

    Travel Tuesday: Labor Day weekend getaways

    by Daybreak Staff on Sep 01, 12:06

    The unofficial end to summer is right around the corner. Still, Alaskans won’t hesitate to take advantage of the upcoming Labor Day weekend. Family fun expert Erin Kirkland joined Daybreak Tuesday with her Top 5 list of destinations and activities for the long weekend ahead: Camping and hiking in Denali National Park and Preserve “Hurricane Turn” […]

  • Money

    ConocoPhillips says it’s cutting 10 percent of jobs

    by Associated Press on Sep 01, 11:35

    Energy company ConocoPhillips says it is cutting around 1,810 jobs, or 10 percent of its workforce, following a plunge that took oil prices to their lowest levels in years. The company says the biggest proportion of the job cuts will be in North America. ConocoPhillips plans to eliminate more than 500 jobs in Houston, where […]

  • Obama in Alaska

    President Obama grabs breakfast to-go at Anchorage’s Snow City Cafe

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 01, 11:23

    Diners at Anchorage’s well-known Snow City Cafe were greeted to a special surprise Tuesday morning: a visit from President Barack Obama. A crowd gathered outside the restaurant, eager to catch a glimpse of the President as he stopped in to grab a to-go order before his scheduled visit to Exit Glacier in Seward. And what […]

  • Crime

    Anchorage police searching for man in connection with overnight crime spree

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 01, 10:46

    Anchorage police are looking for a man they believe is connected to a rash of crimes overnight, including vehicle theft and robbery. Around midnight Tuesday, Anchorage Police Department dispatch received a report about a person “possibly using drugs” inside a white sport-utility vehicle near Third Avenue and Lane Street in East Anchorage. When officers approached […]

  • Alaska

    White House: Alaska’s Medicaid expansion ‘right decision’

    by Associated Press on Sep 01, 10:12

    The White House is praising Alaska Gov. Bill Walker’s expansion of Medicaid over the wishes of the Republican-led Legislature, calling it the “right decision.” Alaska on Tuesday became the 29th state to expand Medicaid. White House spokesman Josh Earnest, who is traveling in Alaska with President Barack Obama, said expansion prioritizes “the heath of the […]

  • Forecasts

    Daybreak weather, Sept. 1

    by Rachael Penton on Sep 01, 8:53

    Anchorage Sunny with a high temperature around 60 degrees. N winds 5-20 mph. Kenai and Prince William Sound Mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Breezy N winds 15-30 mph through early afternoon. Southeast Morning showers, followed by some afternoon clearing. Highs in the upper 50s. Interior Partly sunny with isolated […]

  • Alaska

    Bethel homeless shelter receives state grant

    by Associated Press on Sep 01, 8:22

    A homeless shelter in Bethel has been awarded state funding even as the Alaska Legislature continues to slash the budget. KYUK-AM reports (http://bit.ly/1PIlKbK) that Bethel Winter House has received $29,000 through the Community Initiative Matching Grant Program. This is the second year the shelter has received a state grant. Winter House Chair Eva Malvich says […]

  • Obama in Alaska

    President Obama to announce Arctic initiatives

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 01, 7:29

    While in Alaska, President Barack Obama is expected to announce a number of Arctic initiatives, including a push to acquire additional icebreakers and increased mapping and data collection in the region. The president is expected to discuss his proposals during his excursion to Seward on Tuesday, White House officials said. The announcement comes after the president’s […]

  • Alaska

    WATCH: AOGA president on Obama’s visit to Alaska

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 01, 0:37

    Kara Moriarty, president and CEO of the Alaska Oil and Gas Association, sat down with KTVA to discuss President Barack Obama’s visit to Alaska and the potential impacts it will have on the oil and gas industry. Follow our team coverage of the president’s visit on our Facebook and Twitter

  • Obama in Alaska

    Alaskans gather at ‘Rising Together’ event to welcome President Obama

    by Daniella Rivera on Aug 31, 23:37

    Hundreds of Alaskans gathered at the Alaska Airlines Center to welcome President Obama Monday evening with an event called “Rising Together.” It was hosted by several groups, including the Alaska Federation of Natives, and was a time to celebrate this moment of history for Alaska and send a message to the president that his presence […]

  • Obama in Alaska

    WATCH: President Obama addresses GLACIER Conference

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Aug 31, 23:15

    President Barack Obama delivered a speech before the Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience (GLACIER) on Monday, touching on climate change in Arctic regions and its ecological and economic effects on Alaska and other northern nations. White House Transcript of the President’s GLACIER Conference Speech:  Thank you so much.  Thank […]

  • Alaska

    Arctic shipping updates offered at USARC’s final day in Nome

    by Emily Russell / KNOM on Aug 31, 22:01

    Renewable energy and port development were the focus of the final session of the U.S. Arctic Research Commission’s two day meeting in downtown Nome. Lorraine Cordova, project manager for the Alaska Deep Draft Arctic Port Study, offered port updates to the crowd and research suggestions to the commission. She commended Nome’s Port Director Joy Baker and […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Disability awareness at the Alaska State Fair

    by Shannon Ballard on Aug 31, 20:26

      PALMER — Whether you go for the food, rides or exhibits, most everyone at the fair wants to have a good time. But simply getting around can be a challenge for some. This year, Access Alaska is hosting an awareness event at the fair to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act […]

  • Alaska

    Shell resumes operations after storm force Arctic stop

    by Associated Press on Aug 31, 20:07

    Royal Dutch Shell PLC has resumed operations after high winds and rough seas north of Alaska’s northern coast put a temporary stop to exploratory drilling in the Arctic Ocean. But Shell spokesman Curtis Smith says in a Monday email to The Associated Press that full operations, including drilling, will start again once a systems check […]

  • Obama in Alaska

    Police: No violence on first day of president’s visit

    by Lauren Maxwell on Aug 31, 18:51

    Anchorage police say there was no violence or unrest associated with day one of President Barack Obama’s visit to Anchorage, despite a rally on the park strip by a coalition of environmental groups who oppose his views on arctic drilling. Rebecca Noblin, with the Center for Biodiversity, says she welcomes the president’s visit to Alaska […]

  • Crime

    AST: Palmer man arrested for meth lab discovered during fire

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Aug 31, 17:29

    An outdoor residential fire in Palmer on Friday was connected to a methamphetamine lab, according to Alaska State Troopers. The Statewide Drug Enforcement Unit-MatSu responded to the fire on Gurn Circle at 12:30 p.m. Friday, along with several other agencies, according to an online trooper dispatch. A fully functional red phosphorous meth lab was found […]

  • Obama in Alaska

    PHOTOS: President Obama visits Anchorage, Alaska

    by KTVA Web Staff on Aug 31, 17:25

    President Barack Obama’s visit to Alaska kicked off in Anchorage with his arrival at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson on Monday afternoon. The president disembarked from Air Force One with Alaska Gov. Bill Walker and greeted several dignitaries — including Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz and first lady of Alaska Donna Walker — before taking a moment to […]

  • Local

    Soldotna High breaks state winning streak record

    by Dave Leval on Aug 31, 16:56

    The Soldotna High School Stars football team sang its fight song before walking off the field at Service High School Sunday. They had reason to celebrate as the Stars had won yet another game. Soldotna crushed the Cougars 72-29 as the Stars ran their undefeated streak to a state record — 32 games. However it’s […]

  • State

    Alaska Supreme Court won’t block Medicaid expansion

    by Associated Press on Aug 31, 16:54

    The Alaska Supreme Court has refused to temporarily block the state of Alaska from expanding Medicaid. It’s a victory for Gov. Bill Walker, who announced this summer he was expanding Medicaid without the approval of the Legislature. Lawmakers sued after Walker announced he was going forward without their consent. On Friday, Superior Court Judge Frank […]

  • Local

    ASBN High School Football Poll – Week Four

    by Dave Goldman on Aug 31, 15:13

    They’re both number one until someone says otherwise, more so until someone can beat them. West and Soldotna, each 3-0, reclaimed their top spots in the large and medium-small schools categories in this week’s Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network broadcast poll. West held off a late surge by Dimond, ending 18-13 on Friday while Soldotna left no […]