Streams are blown out from recent rains. Should be good in two-three days.
Deshka and the Tailrace are OK for kings.
Little Susitna River is closed.
Kenai River is slow to fair for trout and red salmon.
Russian River reds are in and trout are OK.
Few silver salmon are there. Not in yet.
Big halibut are being caught.
Rockfishing is great.
July 1 is lingcod opener.
Limits on halibut.
King salmon fishing is good.
Rockfishing is good.
Halibut, rockfish and reds are all good.
Reports are tremendous if the weather is good.
NTSB: No reported problems at takeoff for plane that crashed
by Associated Press on Jul 30, 9:07
Investigators say the small plane that crashed during a scheduled commuter flight bound for the southeast Alaska community of Hoonah earlier this month took off with no reported problems. A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board says the Wings of Alaska-operated flight was cleared for takeoff for the 20-minute flight from Juneau shortly […]
Daybreak weather, July 30
by KTVA Weather on Jul 30, 8:28
Anchorage Mostly cloudy with afternoon sunbreaks and scattered showers. Highs in the upper 60s. Kenai and Prince William Sound Mostly cloudy with afternoon sunbreaks and scattered showers. Highs in the 60s. Southeast Cloudy with rain showers. Highs mostly in the 60s. Interior Mostly cloudy with scattered showers. Highs in the 60s and 70s. North Slope […]
AST: Soldotna woman arrested after attempted head-on collision
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jul 30, 8:17
The driver of a Ford Expedition was arrested in the Kasilof area Wednesday after she attempted a head-on collision with an occupied vehicle, authorities say. Angela M. Glaves, 40, of Soldotna, was arrested for two counts of third-degree assault and reckless driving. According to an online dispatch from Alaska State Troopers, Glaves was involved in […]
University of Alaska Fairbanks cuts $20 million from budget
by Associated Press on Jul 30, 7:11
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has announced it will cut $20 million from its budget this upcoming year. The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports (http://bit.ly/1IMTSEv) that some of the cuts come from 150 eliminated positions, reduced campus services and widespread consolidation. The detailed budget plans were released Wednesday. UAF academic programs plan to slash 68.5 full-time […]
Iditarod champion uses treadmill to keep team in shape
by Dave Leval on Jul 29, 22:03
Dallas Seavey often takes his mushing dogs for a walk but says he never leaves home. In fact, the dogs of the defending Iditarod champion don’t even leave their front yard, thanks to a treadmill Seavey installed two months ago inside a 50-foot refrigerated trailer. It’s Seavey’s way to keep his dogs active, especially during […]
Anchorage in Transition: Denis LeBlanc explains plans to increase public safety
by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jul 29, 21:36
With the election of Anchorage’s new mayor, Ethan Berkowitz, comes a new administration. All this week during the 6 p.m. Evening News, KTVA be interviewing newly appointed department heads about their plans for the future of Anchorage. Wednesday, we were joined by Denis LeBlanc, the new fire chief for the Municipality of Anchorage. LeBlanc says […]
One Percent for Arts program keeps Kodiak artist busy
by Heather Hintze on Jul 29, 21:10
Metal artist Mark Witteveen is undertaking a massive project: A mountainous map of Kodiak. “For each elevation of 500 feet it will have an additional layer on top,” he explained as he hammered out some seams holding two big sheets together. It’s a piece for Kodiak High School through the One Percent for Arts program, […]
As Anchorage sports season starts, neurologist urges concussion awareness
by Liz Raines on Jul 29, 20:43
Tad Martynowicz has been wrestling since he was in elementary school. Now a senior, he’s going to have to sit this season out. A concussion in December ended his wrestling career, for good. “The last thing I remember was going in for a single leg,” Martynowicz said, recalling he couldn’t remember anything for about an […]