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.
Gov. Walker to fly with President Obama to Alaska
by Associated Press on Aug 29, 13:15
Gov. Bill Walker will fly to Alaska with President Barack Obama on Monday. Walker’s office announced in a release Saturday that Walker will accompany the president aboard Air Force One from Washington, D.C. The president will address a State Department global warming conference Monday afternoon in Anchorage. He also has visits planned in Seward, Dillingham […]
UPDATE: Suspect sought in connection with 1 of the overnight shootings in Anchorage
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Aug 29, 8:03
Anchorage police say two men were injured in shootings that happened in the overnight hours between Friday and Saturday. APD is now seeking a suspect, Michael Sharp, in connection with one of those shootings. On Friday, officers went to two homes in response to a verbal altercation between three people, a 23-year-old woman, her 23-year […]
Friday’s high school football recap
by KTVA Sports on Aug 28, 22:57
The weekend is off to a rousing start. The top-ranked team in the state, West survived a late charge by #2 Dimond, winning on the road at Alumni Field 18-13. The Eagles took an 18-0 lead into the half as Julo Tagalu scored twice and PJ Seui added a touchdown run. At Palmer, the Moose got their first win of the […]
Service H.S. quarterback suspended
by Dave Goldman on Aug 28, 22:42
Service High Football will have to regroup. Sophomore starting quarterback Xavier Harris has been suspended from school. He will not be in uniform for Saturday’s game with Soldotna. “All we can say is we have a young man that’s been suspended from school and he will not be on the roster tomorrow.” said Service Head Coach […]
Evening News Weather, Aug. 28
by KTVA Weather on Aug 28, 22:26
Kenai Peninsula/Prince William Sound Expect partly cloudy skies Saturday with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Southeast Showers will be likely as an area of low pressure continues to churn up gulf moisture into the Panhandle. Highs will be in the mid 50s. Interior/North Slope For the Interior, expect a chance […]
Eating Alaskan at the Alaska State Fair
by Shannon Ballard on Aug 28, 22:06
It’s not hard to find people who like to eat their way through the Alaska State Fair. Beth Foglesong is one of them. Every year she stops at the Pristine Products booth to slurp some fresh oysters from Prince William Sound. “The people that like them come every year,” said oyster farmer Dave Sczawiaski. Sczawiaski’s oysters […]
Presidential visits to Alaska: Memorable, if not quirky
by Rhonda McBride on Aug 28, 21:55
With all the buildup to President Barack Obama’s visit to the 49th state next week, it’s worth a look back at past presidential visits. They’re far and few between. Usually, Alaska is not the destination but rather a refueling stop for Air Force One. What’s significant about this trip is the length of stay. Obama […]
President Obama to announce Denali Commission as lead agency on community relocation project
by Emily Russell / KNOM on Aug 28, 18:05
The U.S. Arctic Research Commission was in Nome this week discussing Arctic issues ranging from international shipping to climate change. One presenter in particular unveiled a key detail about an initiative President Obama is expected to announce during his visit to the state next week—involving relocation efforts for rural villages in the face of climate […]