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Megan Mazurek

By Megan Mazurek 1:04 AM January 20, 2014

DayBreak Anchor

The people are what make Alaska great; the natural beauty wildlife are just a bonus! I grew up in Nikiski, AK and love being able to share stories and current events with my family, friends and community before they start their day.

On Daybreak, I can share my love for a good cup of coffee and a laugh or two in the morning!

I enjoy yoga, hiking and gardening in my free time.

If you have a story idea; email me, mmazurek@ktva.com

Latest Stories

  • Sports

    Anchorage Bucs see what Beep Baseball is all about

    by Dave Goldman on Jul 01, 9:45

    The late Ted Williams said hitting a baseball was the hardest thing to do in sports. But the Red Sox Hall of Famer never had to play blindfolded. Welcome to Beep Baseball. The Anchorage Bucs took a night off from the traditional game to try their hand at this newer version at Mulcahy Stadium. The […]

  • Crime

    Police seek help, offer reward to locate person of interest in Merrill Field vandalism case

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jul 01, 9:01

    Police are looking for anyone with information about who may have caused $200,000 damage to airplanes at Merrill Field in early June. According to a release on Friday, the Anchorage Police Department says security camera footage shows a person who was there early that morning. Around 9 a.m. on June 2, APD was notified that more […]

  • Lifestyle

    Alaska State Troopers rescue man who wanted to build wilderness cabin

    by Associated Press on Jul 01, 8:50

    An Alaska State Trooper in a floatplane rescued a 29-year-old New York City man who set out to build a cabin and live in the wilderness. Vladimir Yakushin was picked up Wednesday on the north fork of the Kuskokwim River about 120 river miles northeast of McGrath. Troopers described him as low on food and […]

  • Mt. Marathon Race

    From mushing to Mount Marathon: The Seavey family rivalry

    by Emily Carlson on Jul 01, 8:25

    Any time the Seavey family gathers, it somehow turns into a competition. They’re known for mushing, but this weekend, their focus is on Mount Marathon — and the youngest brother has been scheming for months. “I have a plan to take Dallas out of the race. He should recover from it within a few months. […]

  • News

    AST: Bicyclist struck, killed on Sterling Highway near Soldotna

    by Associated Press on Jul 01, 8:00

    A Soldotna woman riding a bicycle died Thursday afternoon when she was struck by a truck on the Sterling Highway. Alaska State Troopers say 50-year-old Vanessa Wilkes was struck by a one-ton commercial pickup driven by 40-year-old Charles Kuntz of Nikiski. Wilkes was riding along Mile 91.5 about three miles east of Soldotna. Troopers say […]

  • News

    Early morning crash slows inbound traffic on Glenn Highway

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Jul 01, 7:13

    Commuters should expect delays coming into Anchorage on the Glenn Highway on Friday morning, according to the Anchorage Police Department. APD tweeted just after 6:30 a.m. Friday that officers were responding to a crash on the inbound lanes of the Glenn Highway between the Birchwood exits. The department stated that the collision was blocking one […]

  • Crime

    Brother of murder suspect accused of cleaning up West Anchorage crime scene

    by Daniella Rivera on Jun 30, 21:57

    Three family members are facing charges in a string of crimes that include torturing and killing a woman, then trying to cover up the tracks. Thursday, 28-year-old Connor Stefano appeared in court for his arraignment on charges of tampering with evidence and hindering prosecution. His defense attorney Wallace Tetlow told the judge Stefano contacted him the […]

  • News

    Dead humpback whale washes ashore near Hope

    by Melissa Frey on Jun 30, 21:45

    A dead humpback whale was found along the shore of Turnagain Arm near Hope Tuesday night. The National Oceanic Atmospheric Association (NOAA) was notified. There was immediately no word on when or how the whale died, but researchers from the Alaska Sea Life Center and NOAA were able to extract numerous samples which are on […]