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.
Charleston church shooting suspect to face death penalty, prosecutor says
by CBS News on Sep 03, 16:16
The white man accused of killing nine black churchgoers during a Bible study will face the death penalty, prosecutors say. Court documents filed Thursday said prosecutors would pursue the death penalty against Dylann Roof, 21, because more than two people were killed, and that others’ lives were put at risk. During a press conference on Thursday, South […]
President Obama reflects on his visit to Alaska
by KTVA Web Staff on Sep 03, 14:54
In a video posted to the official White House Twitter account Thursday, President Barack Obama reflected on his three-day visit to Alaska. Standing with the Kotzebue Sound as his backdrop, the president remarked on the unique challenges residents of the Arctic face. He also talked about his trip to Dillingham, where he took part in […]
Juneau police ask for public’s help finding masked thief
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Sep 03, 14:07
Juneau police are asking for the public’s help in finding a masked thief who recently broke into a downtown liquor store and made off with $3,600 in cigarettes. Officers responded to an alarm at Thibodeau’s Home Liquor in Juneau around 1:16 a.m. on Aug. 31. After watching surveillance video, according to a release from the […]
Repsol settles with EPA over Alaska spill
by Associated Press on Sep 03, 13:20
The American subsidiary of a Spanish oil company will pay just over $30,000 after a 2013 spill on Alaska’s North Slope. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says Repsol E&P USA will pay to settle allegations it violated the Clean Water Act. The company didn’t immediately return an email to The Associated Press on Thursday seeking […]
Millennials describe themselves as self-absorbed, wasteful
by Associated Press on Sep 03, 12:53
Even millennials don’t think much of their generation. A Pew study released Thursday shows 59 percent of millennials described their generation as “self-absorbed.” Almost half – or 49 percent – said they were “wasteful,” and 43 percent said they were “greedy.” The highest-ranking positive traits they came up with were “environmentally conscious” at 40 percent […]
Local blog aims to have it all when it comes to music, art, entertainment
by Daybreak Staff on Sep 03, 11:07
Alaskans looking to get out and have a good time after a long week at work or school often turn to one blog in particular to get the 411 on local entertainment, music, the arts, events and more. Phil Crawford with 907 Life joined Daybreak Thursday with the latest from his blog and First Friday […]
Food-themed events planned in Anchorage during ‘Hunger Action Month’
by Daybreak Staff on Sep 03, 10:46
September is “Hunger Action Month.” It’s a movement to ensure no Alaskan goes hungry. Mike Miller, the executive director with the Food Bank of Alaska, joined Daybreak Thursday to talk about the organization’s two campaigns it’s promoting called “Go Orange” and “Spoontember.” “Hunger Action Month is all month, but on Sept. 3 we ask people […]
Daybreak weather, Sept. 3
by Rachael Penton on Sep 03, 10:12
Anchorage Cloudy with on-and-off rain. Highs in the mid to upper 50s. Kenai and Prince William Sound Cloudy with on-and-off rain. Highs in the 50s. *A flood advisory is in effect through Friday evening for the Kenai River from the Kenai Lake to Skilak Lake. Minor flooding is possible. Low-lying areas surrounding Kenai Lake could […]