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Program works to reduce Alaska's high recidivism rate

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Port of Anchorage modernization plan moves forward

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    Winter gives cold shoulder to Anchorage snow-based business

    by Dave Leval on Nov 21, 22:35

    Plow trucks usually hit the road around Alaska this time of year, clearing snow from parking lots and roads. But this year, most are parked in driveways, waiting for the next big snowfall to hit the Anchorage area. “We’ve got all the plows off the trucks,” said Mike Anderson, owner of Alaska Premier Services. It’s […]

  • State

    Caring for our soldiers at home

    by Bonney Bowman on Nov 21, 21:51

    Alaska soldiers deployed to Afghanistan have been home for a couple days; getting used to life away from the war and back with their families. It can be a tough adjustment, but the U.S. Army works to help the soldiers make a smooth transition. 1st Lt. Nathan Seaman and his fellow soldiers are going through […]

  • State

    Alaskan advocates optimistic about Obama immigration plan

    by Shannon Ballard on Nov 21, 20:52

    Alaskans are reacting to President Obama’s controversial plans to take executive action on immigration. Obama’s plan offers temporary legal status to millions of undocumented immigrants, including thousands in the 49th state. It also protects undocumented parents of children born in the states. Republicans are questioning the president’s right to bypass Congress and act on his own. […]

  • Forecasts

    Evening News weather, Nov. 21

    by KTVA Weather on Nov 21, 20:19

      Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound - Skies will be cloudy with a chance of showers. Southeast - The panhandle will have showers with snow levels 1000′ to the north and 1400′ around Juneau. Interior and North Slope - Areas will have a mix of sun and clouds with some snow showers by Delta Junction. Slope areas […]

  • State

    Program works to reduce Alaska’s high recidivism rate

    by Lauren Maxwell on Nov 21, 19:43

    About half the people who get out of prison in Alaska will be back within six months: It’s a costly problem some say will require a new prison by 2016 if something doesn’t change. A new state-funded program is hoping to make a difference. It’s called the Partners Reentry Center, and it’s where George Goenett […]

  • Local

    Port of Anchorage modernization plan moves forward

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 21, 18:34

    Mayor Dan Sullivan and Anchorage Port Modernization Project engineers unveiled the project’s chosen design concept during a presentation to local lawmakers Friday at City Hall. Concept D involves cutting back and stabilizing the Port of Anchorage’s North Extension, filling shoreline to create additional acreage and rebuilding Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, according to documents distributed […]

  • State

    Alaska unemployment unchanged since August

    by Associated Press on Nov 21, 15:23

    Alaska’s unemployment rate stood at 6.8 percent in October, a full percentage point above the national average. The state labor department says the difference between the two is getting closer to the gap that existed before the recession. During the recession, Alaska’s seasonally adjusted rate fell below that of the national rate, as Alaska wasn’t […]

  • State

    Pipeline projects gets an export approval

    by Associated Press on Nov 21, 15:00

    A federal agency has approved the export of liquefied natural gas from a proposed mega-project in Alaska to free-trade nations. The U.S. Department of Energy said Friday that the automatic approval, which was required by law, should not be read to indicate the department’s views on a still-pending request to export to non-free trade countries, […]

  • State

    Parnell won’t choose adjutant general on way out

    by Associated Press on Nov 21, 12:28

    Alaska Gov. Sean Parnell says he won’t appoint a new adjutant general before leaving office. In September, Parnell asked for and received the resignation of then-adjutant general Thomas Katkus amid a report into allegations of misconduct in the Alaska National Guard. The National Guard Bureau’s Office of Complex Investigations found that victims did not trust […]

  • State

    Troopers: Remains identified as missing Ketchikan man

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 21, 12:18

    Human remains found in a Ketchikan area home have been identified as the 49-year-old homeowner who went missing earlier this month, authorities say. Alaska State Troopers were notified this week that the remains had been identified as Ralph Smith, said AST spokeswoman Megan Peters. On Nov. 12, troopers responded to a house fire and shooting […]

  • Crime

    Teens indicted after detention center escape plot

    by Associated Press on Nov 21, 12:16

    Five teenagers have been indicted in connection with an escape plot at the Kenai Peninsula Youth Facility that injured two unarmed guards. The Peninsula Clarion (http://is.gd/5XKkos) reports 18-year-old Cody Rosenthal and four 16-year-old boys are charged with assault, robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery and riot in the Nov. 7 incident. Authorities say one of the […]

  • DayBreak

    Anchorage photographer features senior dogs in new book

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 21, 11:22

    It all began three years ago when a local photographer adopted a senior dog at the Anchorage Animal Care and Control Center. Her paperwork said she had been dropped off, in part, because she was getting old. Today Grizzabella is one of the 70 senior dogs highlighted in a new portrait book “When Age Has […]

  • State

    Alaska post offices to reduce hours

    by Francesca Fenzi / KNOM on Nov 21, 9:29

    Dozens of post offices in Alaska face potentially reduced hours of operation beginning in January of next year. According to the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), most of those offices will experience a reduction from eight hours to six hours of operation per day — though some locations will decrease to as little as two hours […]

  • Mic Check in the Morning

    Mic Check in the Morning: Jared Woods

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Nov 21, 9:16

    His time in the jazz band and choir at East High School inspired him to write music. Now he performs his own extensive list of original tunes throughout Alaska. Anchorage singer and songwriter Jared Woods brought his rock/acoustic/americana sound to Daybreak for Mic Check in the Morning Friday. You can watch Woods perform Saturday, Nov. […]

  • Crime

    Ex-UA employee charged with theft of airline miles

    by Associated Press on Nov 21, 8:07

    State prosecutors have filed a felony theft charge against a former University of Alaska employee suspected of taking more than $4,000 in university airlines miles and credits for personal use. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.ly/1uK4ObW) reports an auditor in January noticed irregularities in an Alaska Airlines EasyBiz account that 39-year-old Jennifer Lynn Mahler administrated for […]

  • National

    A visit to Don Young’s office: An Alaska show-and-tell experience

    by Rhonda McBride on Nov 21, 7:41

    Congressman Don Young has the largest office of any House member on Capitol Hill, and says he wound up with the extra space after plans for an escalator were scrubbed. So how does Young use that additional room in the Rayburn building? He has 55 animal trophies on the wall, many of them from Africa. […]

  • Local

    Young people find more than a bed at Covenant House

    by Kate McPherson on Nov 21, 7:10

    Covenant House’s annual candlelight vigil was held Thursday night to show support for the youth who have nowhere else to turn, and to let them know the community cares. For the second year, the nonprofit also held an executive sleep out. Around 30 business and community leaders spent the night talking with young people about […]

  • Sports

    South defeats West in state championship rematch

    by KTVA Sports on Nov 20, 22:43

    Last year, it was the South Wolverines who hoisting the trophy after a 4-1 victory over West High School. On Thursday night there was no trophy to raise, but the Wolverines continued their dominance against the Eagles, coming away with an impressive 3-0 victory. Senior captain Bryson Schmitz led South with two goals, while sophomore […]

  • Get Out

    Get Out: Evolve Yoga

    by Brett Shepard on Nov 20, 22:33

    Are you looking for a new way to stay in tip-top shape for all your outdoor adventures? If so, then this week’s Get Out is just for you. I recently went on a physical, mental and spiritual journey and found yoga. “We spend a lot more time sitting than we ever have in our entire […]

  • Crime

    Suspect in East Anchorage standoff formally charged in court

    by Bonney Bowman on Nov 20, 22:02

    The man who shut down an Anchorage neighborhood in a standoff with police Wednesday night appeared in court Thursday. Marlon Arellano, 44, is charged with two counts of third-degree assault and one count of attempted burglary. The charges are class C felonies. The victim’s mother spoke to the court by phone. She told the judge Arellano chased […]