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  • Crime

    ‘That is not Alaska behavior’: Residents react to video of Anchorage Carrs shooting

    by Eric Ruble on Apr 29, 11:48

    New video from a KTVA viewer shows the moments before and during a shooting at an Anchorage Carrs grocery store Saturday morning. At least two people were injured:  one Carrs employee was shot twice in the leg and another person who suffered a broken orbital socket after being punched in the face, according to court […]

  • Energy

    Experts: Long road ahead for Trump offshore drilling order

    by Associated Press on Apr 29, 11:40

    President Donald Trump’s executive order seeking to find new ocean expanses in the Atlantic and the Arctic for offshore drilling isn’t likely to reach its goals anytime soon, but instead will kick off a yearlong review and legal battle. Trump signed the order Friday aimed at dismantling a component of former President Barack Obama’s environmental […]

  • Alaska News

    First kelp harvest made from Ketchikan area site

    by Associated Press on Apr 29, 11:37

    KETCHIKAN, Alaska (AP) – Mariculture crews landed a disappointing first haul of planted seaweed recently near Ketchikan as part of an experiment on commercial kelp farming in the state. The University of Alaska Southeast, a seaweed product specialist known as Blue Evolution and a handful of commercial kelp growers are collaborating on the effort, with […]

  • Business/Economy

    Record-breaking summer cruise passengers coming to Juneau

    by Associated Press on Apr 29, 11:32

    JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – A record-breaking amount of cruise passengers are expected to land in Juneau this summer. The Juneau Empire reports Cruise Lines International Association Alaska President John Binkley announced Thursday that over 1 million summer cruise passengers are traveling to Juneau. The association predicts the travelers in the city from May 1 to […]

  • News

    Officials plan highway improvements for safety, fish passage

    by Associated Press on Apr 29, 11:29

    KASILOF, Alaska (AP) – Alaska officials say highway improvement plans will result in better fish passage and overall safety. The Peninsula Clarion reports the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities showed the latest draft of their plans for Sterling Highway on Wednesday. DOT plans to widen the existing shoulders from 4 feet wide to […]

  • Sci/Tech

    Hacker releases stolen copies of Netflix series

    by Associated Press on Apr 29, 10:52

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The Latest on a hacker releasing stolen copies of a Netflix series(all times local): 11:35 a.m. A hacker claims to have followed through on a threat to release several episodes from the upcoming season of Netflix’s hit series “Orange Is The New Black.” The hacker, which goes by the name The […]

  • Health

    Deaths from opioid epidemic may be underestimated

    by CBS News on Apr 29, 10:21

    America’s prescription drug abuse epidemic may be even more deadly than expected, a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests. Some opioid-related deaths may be missed when people die from pneumonia and other infectious diseases spurred on by drug abuse. Their death certificates may only list the infection as the […]

  • University of Alaska

    Morgan Hooe honored with Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year award

    by Dave Goldman on Apr 28, 22:34

      In another year of standout candidates, Morgan Hooe stood the tallest. The former South High School star parlayed a brilliant season at the University of Alaska Anchorage into the athletic department’s highest honor for former student-athletes while adding a local flair as she took home the Bill MacKay Athlete of the Year award. Her […]

  • Crime

    Alleged coffee shop robber arrested by Anchorage police

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Apr 28, 21:25

    Anchorage police have arrested a man who allegedly robbed a Midtown coffee shop at gunpoint early Friday evening. The robbery was reported to police by a caller shortly before 5 p.m., according to a short release issued at around 8:30 p.m. “According to the caller the suspect said he had a gun and demanded money,” […]

  • Inside the Gates

    Inside the Gates: Maintenance Co. puts skills, speed to the test at JBER

    by Bonney Bowman on Apr 28, 20:30

    The U.S. Army has plenty of unsung heroes who keep it mission-ready. Among them are the soldiers of the 98th Support Maintenance Company. They keep all of the Army’s vehicles rolling along year-round in Alaska. Thursday, they combined training with competition, completing their routine maintenance tasks as fast as they could. They raced against the clock, […]

  • Alaska Politics

    Former Alaska governor Sean Parnell keeps a low profile

    by Rhonda McBride on Apr 28, 20:25

    As lawmakers and Gov. Bill Walker continue to wrestle with the state’s budget crisis, some wonder how his predecessor would have handled the situation. These days, Sean Parnell practices business law in Palmer, wears glasses and seems to smile and laugh a lot more. But one thing hasn’t changed: Parnell still keeps his cards close […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Anchorage Library Advisory Board takes new look at internet policies

    by Lauren Maxwell on Apr 28, 20:14

    Most people who come to the Loussac Library don’t do it to watch pornography, but there are always a few who look at things other people might not want to see. The Anchorage Library Advisory Board is considering tightening up internet policies around what can be seen on public computers, and who can watch it. Library […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Defense cross-examines state fire investigator on day 6 of Sockeye Fire trial

    by Shannon Ballard on Apr 28, 19:17

    Day six of the Sockeye Fire trial was all about the defense. Attorneys argued that the state’s claim against the Anchorage couple accused of starting the blaze is “inconsistent with common sense and the facts of the case.” After about six hours on the stand Thursday, state fire investigator Ethan Eley returned to the hot seat for […]

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Hacker threatens to release stolen copies of Netflix series

    by Associated Press on Apr 28, 18:57

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – A hacker claims to have stolen the upcoming season of Netflix’s hit series “Orange Is The New Black,” and is asking for an unspecified ransom to not release the entire fifth season online. The hacker, who goes by the name The Dark Overlord, has already purportedly uploaded the first episode to […]

  • Crime

    ‘Unruly teens’ caught on video inside Carrs store; suspect faces additional charges

    by KTVA Web Staff on Apr 28, 16:37

    An 18-year-old accused of shooting and injuring a Carrs-Safeway employee following a scuffle inside the Aurora Village location early Saturday morning was indicted Thursday on additional charges. An Anchorage grand jury indicted Devon Brown on 16 charges, including: attempted murder, first-and second-degree assault, weapons misconduct, criminal mischief as well as 12 counts of third-degree assault for threatening […]

  • Adopt-a-Pet

    Daybreak Adopt-A-Pet: April 28, 2017

    by Daybreak Staff on Apr 28, 14:00

    From Anchorage Animal Care and Control: Twenty-four cats: We have cats from young to middle-aged,  playful cats to lap-lover cats, short-haired to long-haired, black to white — basically, all kinds of cats. Three chickens: Got a vacancy in that backyard chicken coop? There are three chickens up for adoption this week. Caption contest winner: This week’s […]

  • Recipe Box

    Recipe Box: Honey-Please Cake

    by Sierra Starks on Apr 28, 13:18

    In this week’s Recipe Box, Amanda Cash uses Alaska-made honey to create a sweet treat — Honey-Please Cake, which is new to The Magpie food truck. The light and fluffy cake be found at The Magpie’s Spenard nest and throughout the summer in Downtown Anchorage.  

  • Crime

    Judge sentences couple investigated after boy overdoses

    by Associated Press on Apr 28, 11:43

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) – A Palmer man and woman investigated for drug dealing after a teenager died of an overdose at their home will serve federal prison terms. U.S. District Judge Sharon Gleason on Thursday sentenced 41-year-old Tod Rodolph to 12 years in prison and fined him $30,000. Gleason sentenced 36-year-old Jessica Hopkins to six […]

  • Weather News

    Much-needed rainfall to end the work week, drier conditions in store for the weekend

    by Rachael Penton on Apr 28, 11:25

    Anchorage is experiencing some much-needed rainfall, after a dry start to the month. April is usually the driest month of the year for Anchorage, with average precipitation of 0.47 inches.  However, only 0.05 inches of rain was recorded in Anchorage through last Monday, April 24 — putting Anchorage into a shortage for the month. Measurable rainfall […]

  • Mic Check in the Morning

    Mic Check in the Morning: Dr. Tamara McCoy and Friends

    by Daybreak Staff on Apr 28, 10:35

    Dr. Tamara McCoy is a pianist, vocalist, conductor and instructor, she was also an integral part of the Hiland Mountain Correctional Facility’s Lullaby Project. Now McCoy is organizing a concert to bring aid to Syria. On Friday, May 19, McCoy will be holding a concert for relief efforts in Syra called Beyond our Borders. It […]