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  • Health

    Can breakfast help keep us thin? Nutrition science is tricky.

    by Associated Press on Jan 21, 18:45

    Cereal makers have happily encouraged the belief that eating breakfast can help keep us thin and bring other benefits, partly by paying for studies that seem to support the idea. So, does that mean breakfast is bad for you? Not that either. What it does show is how difficult it can be to sort the […]

  • Health

    Funding for opioid overdose kits offers ‘hope’ for Alaska’s drug epidemic

    by Johanna Eurich / KYUK on Jan 21, 18:30

    The state government is gearing up for a major battle against the opioid epidemic sweeping through Alaska, according to a report published by KYUK Public Media. Andy Jones, the section chief for the state Department of Health and Social Services, is heading up a new, statewide program to get the drug Naloxone, also known by […]

  • U.S. Politics

    Women’s March on Washington draws hundreds of thousands to nation’s capital

    by CBS/AP on Jan 21, 18:22

    Wearing pink, pointy-eared “pussyhats” to mock the new president, hundreds of thousands of women massed in the nation’s capital and cities around the globe Saturday to send Donald Trump an emphatic message that they won’t let his agenda go unchallenged over the next four years. As night fell on the East Coast, thousands of protesters […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Turkey fryer blamed for Colony Loop house fire

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 21, 18:13

    Slick, snowy roads made it difficult for emergency personnel to respond to a house fire Saturday. Shortly before 2 p.m., the Anchorage Fire Department issued a statement that 15 units had been dispatched to a home on the 2400 block of Colony Loop, where the fire was reported. According to firefighters at the scene, the […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Heavy snowfall causes Dome roof to bow

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 21, 17:02

    Events at The Dome were canceled Saturday afternoon when heavy snowfall caused the roof to bow. “The snow load is causing some slight depression in the roof, and we’re working to remove the snow from the top of the facility,” explained Mike Martin, chairman of the facility’s board. The Dome, located at 6501 Changepoint Drive, […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    PHOTOS: Women’s March on Alaska

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 21, 16:01

    While thousands of men and women attended the Women’s March on Washington, thousands more took to the streets in sister marches across Alaska. With a new president in the White House, many have wondered what new laws will be enacted and what laws would be repealed, such as the Affordable Care Act. The marches were a way […]

  • Crime

    APD investigates homicide of 17-year-old boy shot in the back

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 21, 16:01

    A 17-year-old boy died Saturday after he was shot in the back in Government Hill, Anchorage police said. The boy was found in the roadway on the 700 block of Birch Street just after midnight, police said in a statement. The boy was taken to a nearby hospital alive, but he later died there from […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    APD urges public to be aware of winter conditions following 2 possible cold exposure cases

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 21, 15:13

    Last updated at 8:30 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21 The Anchorage Police Department says one person’s death Saturday may likely be the result of exposure. A second person was later found with similar symptoms, and has also died. The first victim’s death was reported Saturday morning after a male’s body was found outside near the intersection […]

  • Weather News

    Snowfall in Southcentral creates hazardous driving conditions

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jan 21, 13:32

    Last updated at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21 Several crashes were reported by Anchorage police during a snow storm that blanketed much of Southcentral Alaska, leading to safety advisories from city officials in Anchorage and elsewhere. “Locally heavy snowfall this morning producing hazardous travel conditions across portions of Southcentral Alaska this morning,” the National Weather […]

  • U.S. Politics

    All climate change references deleted from WhiteHouse.gov as new chapter begins

    by Shanika Gunaratna / CBS News on Jan 21, 12:17

    All references to global warming and climate change have vanished from the official website of the White House, a stark reminder of the radical policy shift now underway with President Trump in office. The changes occurred around noon on Friday, the exact moment of transition between administrations as outlined by the Constitution. President Obama’s WhiteHouse.gov, […]

  • Inside the Gates

    Inside the Gates: Businesses off-limits to service members

    by Bonney Bowman on Jan 21, 11:43

    It may surprise you to learn, but there are some businesses in Anchorage where members of our military community are not allowed to go. The Armed Forces Disciplinary Review Board can make a business “off-limits,” making it a crime for a service member to go there. Col. Seth Deam, staff judge advocate for the 673rd […]

  • Alaska News

    Juneau camping ban heads toward hearing, possible vote

    by Associated Press on Jan 21, 11:15

    People camping in downtown Juneau are the target of a proposal that’s up for discussion on Monday. KTOO-FM reports Assembly members may vote after Monday’s public hearing. The Juneau Police Department said the proposal allows officers to arrest campers for disorderly conduct if they refuse to move. Tickets could also be issued. Juneau Police Officer Alexander […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Taxi industry pushes effort to repeal ordinance adding new permits

    by Eric Ruble on Jan 21, 11:13

    There will soon be more taxicabs on Anchorage streets. That is, unless the taxicab industry gets its way. The president and treasurer of the Anchorage Taxicab Permit Owners Association (ATPOA) filed a petition with the municipality in the first step to get a referendum on the April ballot. The referendum would repeal a new ordinance that […]

  • Money

    Palmer’s abandoned Matanuska Maid building to become large-scale brewery

    by Shannon Ballard on Jan 20, 21:33

    Right in the heart of Downtown Palmer, the former Matanuska Maid blow mold building has sat empty for the last decade. Where some see the abandoned remnants of a once thriving diary operation, Matthew Tomter sees opportunity. “I remember drinking Mat Maid milk,” Tomter said. “I remember this place being functional back in the 90s.” Tomter […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    New passing lanes, bridges part of Seward Highway improvement project

    by Heather Hintze on Jan 20, 20:35

    The Alaska Department of Transportation (DOT) is working to make major safety improvements to a busy section of the Seward Highway prone to crashes. The Milepost 75-90 Rehabilitation Project will upgrade the road from Girdwood to beyond the Portage curve toward Turnagain Pass. DOT spokesperson Shannon McCarthy said the project will cost up to $250 million. […]

  • Alaska News

    What’s at stake for Alaska if Trump repeals ACA Medicaid expansion?

    by Sierra Starks on Jan 20, 19:50

    One of President Donald Trump’s first actions in office was an executive order regarding health care reform, the first step in seeking to promptly repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The order “allows the Health and Human Services Department and other federal agencies to delay implementing any piece of the law that might impose a ‘fiscal […]

  • Anchorage/Mat-Su

    Nearly 20 Alaska communities plan to hold women’s marches Saturday

    by Lauren Maxwell on Jan 20, 19:24

    Organizers of Anchorage’s version of the Women’s March on Washington say more than 1,000 people are expected to attend the event on Saturday at the Delaney Park Strip downtown. Alaska’s largest city is one of at least 18 communities around the state holding its own version of the national march, according to local organizer Celeste Godfrey. One of […]

  • Alaska News

    Audit of $90M state crime lab highlights empty promises, need for improvement

    by Daniella Rivera on Jan 20, 16:20

    Empty promises and revelations about evidence procedures — a newly released audit of the $90 million crime lab the state built in 2012 isn’t a shining report card. The 86-page audit references public testimony from Department of Public Safety management in 2010. “[At the new crime lab] there would be an immediate increase in efficiency of twenty […]

  • Alaska News

    Aleutians volcano sends up ash cloud Friday; aircraft warned

    by Associated Press on Jan 20, 16:10

    An Alaska volcano that has been erupting periodically since mid-December has sent up another ash cloud. The Alaska Volcano Observatory says Bogoslof Volcano in the Aleutian lslands erupted at 1:17 p.m. Friday. Pilots report an ash cloud reached 36,000 feet. Ash clouds higher than 20,000 feet are a threat to intercontinental jet aircraft because ash […]

  • US/World

    Hawaii mother’s airplane child assault conviction overturned

    by Associated Press on Jan 20, 15:48

    A federal judge is overturning the conviction of a Hawaii mother found guilty of assaulting her 15-month-old daughter on a flight from Alaska. U.S. District Court Judge Leslie Kobayashi’s ruling Friday orders a new trial for Samantha Watanabe. A jury convicted her of assault in 2015. Prosecutors said she cursed at her daughter, smacked her […]