Streams are fair for silvers and trout, but make sure to check regulations.
Ship Creek clean-up and BBQ Sunday at 10 a.m.
Streams are OK for rainbow trout.
Silver fishing is past it’s prime but still decent.
Silver fishing on the Yentna River and Fish Creek is still good.
High water on the Kenai River has slowed down fishing.
Russian River trout fishing is fair.
Quartz Creek Dolly fishing is winding down.
Halibut fishing is still very good.
Silver fishing is great.
Still a few kings coming in.
Rock fishing is good.
In Kenai, search continues for missing family
by Bonney Bowman on Oct 30, 22:46
Kenai police are making a last push to find a missing family of four and their dog. Rebecca Adams, her two daughters and her boyfriend, Brandon Jividen, have been missing since late May. Kenai police conducted what could be their last search for the family Thursday. They focused their efforts on the large wooded area […]
LNG project open house draws large crowd, many questions
by Dave Leval on Oct 30, 22:39
It’s the biggest project for the state since the trans-Alaska pipeline. Backers of a proposed LNG pipeline hope they have more support for it. People packed the Crowne Plaza of Anchorage for the latest open house Thursday. The Alaska LNG Project would build a gas liquefaction plant near Prudhoe Bay. The natural gas would then travel […]
Judge rules on National Guard document release
by Emily Carlson on Oct 30, 21:30
On Friday, Alaskans will get a glimpse into what Gov. Sean Parnell knew about the Alaska National Guard scandal, and when he knew it. Thursday afternoon, a Superior Court judge ruled the state must provide a detailed log of hundreds of pages of emails by Friday at noon. Judge Greg Miller lectured state attorneys on Alaska […]
Evening News weather, Oct. 30
by KTVA Weather on Oct 30, 20:06
Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound: It will be turning mostly cloudy along the coast with a chance of snow and rain by afternoon. Western Kenai will have mostly dry conditions tomorrow. Southeast: There will be rain showers for the panhandle. Interior/Slope: The Interior will have mostly cloudy skies with a flurry or two. Heavy snow […]
Keeping kids safe on Halloween
by Heather Hintze on Oct 30, 19:20
The key to Halloween safety starts with the costume, and Dooley’s Tuxedos and Costumes in Anchorage has dozens of options for little ones. Many manufacturers have avoided adding masks and instead found a unique way to create characters. “We have a lot of ones that come with the hoods,” explained owner Starla Heim. “They don’t want […]
ConocoPhillips unveils shrinking capital budget plans
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Oct 30, 18:10
While oil giant ConocoPhillips announced a reduced capital budget during a Thursday earnings call, a spokeswoman for the company said there are no plans to decrease spending in Alaska. “Capital reductions reflect the tapering off of major project spending as well as reductions in some of our less mature unconventional areas,” said Amy Burnett, a […]
Campaign 2014: Forrest Dunbar
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Oct 30, 16:14
This week, KTVA is running a series of interviews with the main candidates for office. Today, the focus is on Forrest Dunbar. He grew up in rural Alaska, became a wildland firefighter and a fisherman, joined the Peace Corps and wound up with degrees from Harvard and Yale. Quite the resume for a 30-year-old guy, […]
Survey ranks Alaska low in energy efficiency
by Associated Press on Oct 30, 14:32
A new survey on how states are improving energy efficiency programs ranks Alaska near the bottom. The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy has been tracking energy inefficiencies for eight years. It issues an annual survey on whether states are making progress. This year’s survey ranked Alaska 47th in the nation. Much of Alaska’s low […]