Ship Creek and Bird Creek are good for silvers and pinks.
Streams are good (check regulations).
Lakes are good.
Streams in good shape. Silvers, chums, pinks and rainbows good.
Deshka, Susitna, other rivers and sloughs are good.
Clear Creek good for silvers and trout.
Sockeyes still around.
Silvers showing up.
Trout and Dolly Varden picking up.
Halibut are fantastic.
Silvers and kings are great.
Rockfish are solid; lingcod are iffy.
Bay fishing due to wind.
Limits of silvers.
Wind kept boats at the dock.
4 receive Carnegie Medal for Kodiak fishing boat rescue
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Dec 22, 13:34
In the fourth and final announcement for 2014, the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission awarded four men with the Carnegie Medal for their lifesaving efforts in a fishing boat rescue off Kodiak Island in 2012. Daniel C. Hardwick and Gregory D. Plancich, both of Vashon, Wash., along with Jim O. Fultz of Siletz, Ore., and Wayne Kitt […]
Teacher of the Week: Caroline Nishimura
by Daybreak Staff on Dec 22, 11:55
Kindergarten teacher Caroline Nishimura is one of the original educators at Northern Lights ABC School, which was founded in 1978. On Monday, she joined Daybreak on the couch to reveal the secrets to her success in the classroom. “I really do love my job. I think that’s part of what makes me a successful teacher […]
Fairbanks man charged with selling stolen copper
by Associated Press on Dec 22, 11:33
A 28-year-old Fairbanks man has been charged with selling 454 pounds of stolen copper. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (http://bit.ly/1GPB6aV) reports Curtis James Wrightsman was charged last week with burglary and theft. Prosecutors say he sold copper tubes and fittings valued at $7,000 to $10,000 as scrap for $708. Dayn Cooper, the owner of a building […]
Fort Wainwright solider charged in connection with armed robberies
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Dec 22, 11:09
A 23-year-old Fort Wainwright soldier is facing robbery and theft charges after he and other suspect allegedly robbed pedestrians at gunpoint. Early Sunday morning, Fairbanks Police Department officers responded to multiple reports of two suspects, carrying a shotgun and a pistol, robbing pedestrians, according to a statement from Amber Courtney, spokeswoman for the City of […]
‘Shop with a Cop, Shop with a Firefighter’ yields extra money to feed families
by Daybreak Staff on Dec 22, 9:16
Anchorage’s men and women in uniform suited up to help kids from local homeless shelters find gifts for their families as part of the 15th annual “Shop with a Cop, Shop with a Firefighter.” “They teach us a lot about the giving spirit. Most of the time you have to kind of coerce them to […]
Hundreds of skiers gather for Besh Cup
by KTVA Sports on Dec 22, 7:56
More than 300 skiers competed in the second race of the ConocoPhillips Besh Cup Series Sunday afternoon. The first race was a sprint that took place at Kincaid Park on Saturday. Racers were divided into divisions ranging from 18+ to U8. The junior skiers were racing for a chance to qualify for the Junior Nationals […]
Canadian mine near Alaska border wins approval
by Associated Press on Dec 22, 7:51
The Canadian government is allowing a proposed open-pit mine near the southeast Alaska border to advance. Canada’s Ministry of the Environment on Friday found the Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell project is not likely to cause significant adverse environmental effects when mitigation measures are taken into account. The project, known as the KSM, is in northwest British Columbia. It […]
Daybreak weather, Dec. 22
by Brett Shepard on Dec 22, 7:43
Cloudy skies today in Southcentral with occasional rain and snow showers. In Anchorage we could see 1 to 3 inches of snow today and into tonight. In the Southeast skies will be cloudy with rain showers and patchy fog. In the Interior skies will be mostly cloudy. On the North Slope skies will be mostly […]