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Police: Evidence supports murder-suicide theory for Anchorage family


Bear cubs go on display at Alaska Zoo


Teen fighting cancer gets special summer send off from friends, Make-A-Wish


Erin's Law creator speaks out against new changes by Legislature


Legislature votes to start new special session in Anchorage




  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    AWAIC director speaks out on speaking up

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 21, 21:40

    Police say the four deaths that rocked a South Anchorage neighborhood appear to be murder-suicide. Police believe Curtis Young III shot and killed his girlfriend, Desiree Leandra Gonzalez, and their two children, Zaiden and Zarielle, after he completed a court ordered intervention program following domestic violence assault charges. Melissa Emmal, director of Abused Women Aid In Crisis (AWAIC), […]

  • Get Out

    May 21 Fishing Report

    by Carlos Faura on May 21, 21:06

    Anchorage Ship Creek is the only stream in the Anchorage area currently open to king salmon fishing. Try fishing bait below the last bridge right as the tide starts to flood. Hooligan are being caught in the 20 Mile River, but this fishery is still very spotty. If you do go, it is best to […]

  • US/World

    US proposal would ease voting access for American Indians

    by Associated Press on May 21, 20:48

    The Justice Department is proposing legislation to make it easier for American Indians and Alaska Natives to vote. A legislative proposal sent to Congress on Thursday would require states that are home to Indian reservations or tribal lands to have at least one polling place in a site selected by the tribal government. Attorney General […]

  • Local

    Palmer community brings new life to baseball venue

    by Jake Edmonds on May 21, 20:25

    There’s a saying: “You look good, you feel good. You feel good, you play good.” The Mat-Su Miners are hoping that rings true in 2015. The Miners made some small but long overdue updates to their venue, Hermon Brothers Field, on Thursday. Most of the work done involved paint. “We’re looking for a championship this […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Bear cubs go on display at Alaska Zoo

    by Heather Hintze on May 21, 20:13

    If you hang around long enough at the infirmary at the Alaska Zoo you might see a baby brown bear, or two, or three, poke their heads out. “They’re getting stronger, more adventurous, more playful. So it’s part of the progression for them to get used to life in captivity and being around people,” said […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Anchorage School District announces new principals for 2015-2016 school year

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 21, 20:06

    Several principal positions at Anchorage-area schools will see new faces in the coming school year, according to school district officials. The Anchorage School Board and Anchorage School District administration recently approved the appointments of 14 former principals and assistant principals, ASD spokeswoman Heidi Embley says. Appointments for Alaska Native Cultural Charter School, Goldenview Middle School […]

  • Forecasts

    Evening News Weather, May 21

    by KTVA Weather on May 21, 19:54

    Kenai Peninsula/Prince William Sound Partly cloudy for the western side of the peninsula with mostly sunny skies on the eastern side. Further away, Prince William Sound should be mostly sunny.   Southeast Sun and clouds for the panhandle as a ridge still dominates the weather.   Interior/North Slope The interior will be warmer and sunny […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Teen fighting cancer gets special summer send off from friends, Make-A-Wish

    by Bonney Bowman on May 21, 19:49

    Eighth grader Alexander Bajoon was diagnosed with cancer last year. He’s been fighting and winning, and now he’s heading to England, thanks to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. That wasn’t enough for his friends at Central Middle School, who prepared for a surprise for Alex as part of a class project. “Ms. James was asking, ‘well how can […]

  • State

    Majority members outline concerns with budget option

    by Associated Press on May 21, 17:28

    Six members of the Alaska House majority have sent a letter to Speaker Mike Chenault expressing serious concerns with the potential use of the Permanent Fund earnings reserve to help balance the state budget. This could create a new wrinkle in efforts to pass a funded budget. Use of the earnings reserve has been seen […]

  • Alaska

    Goose Creek correctional officers injured in assaults by 2 inmates

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 21, 16:25

    Two inmates have been charged with assaulting correctional officers at the Goose Creek Correctional Center, according to troopers. Alaska State Troopers were notified at 6:13 a.m. Wednesday of two separate incidents involving three correctional officers. Two of the officers sustained “some injuries from the incidents” on Wednesday, according to an online trooper dispatch. AST has […]

  • Crime

    3 Anchorage men arrested in Fairview shooting case

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 21, 15:51

    The Anchorage Police Department announced the arrests of three men in connection with a shooting that took place Monday in Fairview. Isaiah Holloway, 25, and Lamont Moore, 35, were both arrested Tuesday during a high-risk traffic stop near the intersection of Fourth Avenue and A Street after the APD Street Crimes Task Force identified them […]

  • Alaska

    UPDATE: Alaska Highway fire swells to 338 acres

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 21, 13:39

    Updated at 8:28 p.m., May 21 Alaska Division and Forestry officials say the wildfire has spread to roughly 338 square acres in size, but “things are looking good,” according to the DOF Facebook page. Crews have been working to create a dozer line on the north side of the road in the Tetlin National Wildlife […]

  • DayBreak

    Ask Alaska: David Letterman signs off

    by Daybreak Staff on May 21, 13:23

    David Letterman has signed off as host of CBS’s “Late Show.” He was ushered into retirement last night after a historic run of 33 years. Will you miss him? And, can he really be replaced?  KTVA 11′s James Gaddis and Megan Mazurek aimed to find out in this week’s “Ask Alaska.” Watch the video above […]

  • DayBreak

    2015 Rasmuson Distinguished Artist: Garry Kaulitz

    by Daybreak Staff on May 21, 12:48

    Garry Kaulitz describes himself as a “practicing artist who specializes in the visions that dance in his head.” His work has been shown internationally and received numerous awards throughout his career. Now, he’s the recipient of another honor. Kaulitz has been named the Rasmuson Foundation’s Distinguished Artist. Kaulitz joined Daybreak Thursday to talk about his […]

  • State

    Legislature votes to start new special session in Anchorage

    by Lauren Maxwell on May 21, 12:26

    Alaska legislators have given themselves an extra 30 days to get their business done. With just a week left to go, members of the House and Senate voted to stop the clock on Gov. Bill Walker’s special session and start a new special session in Anchorage, effective immediately. Senate Pres. Kevin Meyer says it was […]

  • Sci/Tech

    Alaska’s popular walrus cam streams again after a decade

    by Associated Press on May 21, 12:21

    A popular webcam showing large male Pacific walruses lying on the beach is once again streaming on the Internet. The high-definition stream from Alaska’s remote Round Island had been dormant for nearly a decade after private funding ran out. But thanks to the philanthropic organization explore.org, the cam is again up and running. Every summer, […]

  • DayBreak

    Meet APD’s newest crime-fighting K9

    by Daybreak Staff on May 21, 12:06

    There’s a new crime-fighting K9 in town and his name is Midas. His handler, Officer Brandon Otto, along with Officer Chris Nelson, joined Daybreak Thursday to give some insight on what it takes to train new dogs and show off some of the tricks Midas has learned. The Anchorage Police Department currently has eight officers […]

  • State

    Murkowski spokesman: Plans for 24-hour crossings at Hyder

    by Associated Press on May 21, 10:44

    A spokesman for U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski says the Canadian government plans to allow for 24-hour crossings at the border of Hyder, Alaska, and Stewart, British Columbia. Murkowski spokesman Matthew Felling says Canadian Ambassador Gary Doer informed Murkowski of the plan Wednesday. Felling says details are being finalized. Local officials in Alaska and Canada said […]

  • Crime

    One person shot in Russian Jack home invasion; none in custody

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 21, 10:40

    One man was shot late Wednesday night during an East Anchorage home invasion that appears to be drug-related, police say. Responding officers say the 34-year-old man sustained “grazing” wounds to his upper arm and the front of his mouth, which resulted “in the loss of some teeth and soft tissue damage to his lips,” according […]

  • Alaska

    Heroin hits home: City of Bethel forms heroin task force

    by Daysha Eaton / KYUK Radio on May 21, 10:21

    Federal officials say they intercepted nearly ten times as much heroin coming into Alaska in 2014 than compared to 2013. Once in Alaska the narcotic quickly reaches rural communities, which are now organizing to push back. This is the second in a series of three stories about the impacts of heroin in Bethel and how […]