Lots of action for silvers and kings.
Halibut very good.
A 17-year-old girl was transported to the hospital after a shooting at a house party early Sunday morning in the Abbott Loop neighborhood of Anchorage. At approximately 12:18 a.m., the Anchorage Police Department responded to multiple calls of domestic disturbance. Callers reported hearing gunshots outside a residence near the 6800 block of O’Brien Street. Police’s […]
Saturday, September 20 South 55 West 9 Chugiak 47 East 34 Bartlett 62 Eagle River 0 Kodiak 38 Barrow 6 Soldotna 51 Homer 6 Nikiski 45 Voznesenka 0 Eielson 52 Monroe Catholic 6 Friday, September 19 Service 14 Dimond 12 Wasilla 50 Colony 20 Lathrop 28 Palmer 26 North Pole 29 Thunder Mountain 12 […]
The secret to a great hamburger has been pondered for generations. But Andy Kriner says the answer is simple — use the family recipe. Kriner’s family is in the food business. Saturday was the grand opening of Kriner’s Burgers and Pies, the restaurant he started with his son. “I’ve always wanted a hamburger restaurant since I […]
Sunshine has returned and it will be sticking around for the next 5 to 7 days. Temperatures, however, will continue to fall dramatically for overnight lows.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents gave thumbs down to a proposal to boost tuition by 4 percent. UA President Pat Gamble proposed the increase for the 2015-16 academic year, saying the move would raise about $4 million as the system navigates tight budgets. The university faced a $26 million budget gap this year […]
Gov. Sean Parnell has announced that two Alaska Class Ferries will be built in Ketchikan. Parnell made his announcement on Saturday, saying that the state and Vigor Industrial reached an agreement to build the ferries at the company’s Ketchikan shipyard. The governor’s office says the two ferries would be the first vessels in the state […]
The Anchorage Assembly and the Anchorage School Board tackled a variety of issues in a joint meeting on Friday, including proposed cuts to the School Resources Officer (SRO) program. Police Chief Mark Mew told the group he wants to avoid cutting the program if at all possible, even though all other specialty units in the […]
Gov. Sean Parnell has a message for the U.S. Secretary of the Interior: Alaskans won’t give up. Parnell traveled to King Cove Friday to sign a legislative resolution asking Sally Jewell to repeal her decision regarding the Izembek land exchange. Many residents and their children turned out to see the governor sign the resolution at the King Cove School. […]