Full interview: Youth discuss Bristol Bay Leadership Forum

Full interview: Youth discuss Bristol Bay Leadership Forum

Friday, December 6th 2019, 8:43 AM AKST by Daybreak Staff
'The Whale and the Cupcake' documents Alaska's culinary, cultural connections

'The Whale and the Cupcake' documents Alaska's culinary, cultural connections

Alaska food journalist Julia O'Malley's new book documents how food evokes feelings of longing and cultural connections for people around the state.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport expects growth in 2020

Travel Tuesday: Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport expects growth in 2020

On this Travel Tuesday, Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Manager Jim Szczesniak stopped by Daybreak to discuss expected growth in 2020.

John Thompson
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Lee Butterfield

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Lee Butterfield

Lee Butterfield teaches film at South Anchorage High School. Every Tuesday and Thursday, he helps students produce their own newscast called 'The Den.'

John Thompson
Downtown Anchorage to 'light up' on Small Business Saturday

Downtown Anchorage to 'light up' on Small Business Saturday

'Tis the season to light up downtown Anchorage and usher in the holidays! This Small Business Saturday, Nov. 30 marks the annual Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony in Town Square Park!

John Thompson
Alaska celebration showcases more than 60 Indigenous artists

Alaska celebration showcases more than 60 Indigenous artists

Bering Straits Native Corporation is hosting a Celebration of Native Art event on Saturday, featuring the work of more than 60 Indigenous artists. 

Liz Raines
What's behind the holiday 'food coma?' An Anchorage sleep doctor says it's more than just turkey

What's behind the holiday 'food coma?' An Anchorage sleep doctor says it's more than just turkey

Chances are it's probably happened to you — the dreaded "food coma." It's what doctors refer to as postprandial somnolence — that's Latin for sleep after "late breakfast, luncheon." 

Liz Raines
15 Alaska communities sign online sales tax proposal

15 Alaska communities sign online sales tax proposal

A group of 15 Alaska communities have signed on to an online sales tax initiative.

Liz Raines
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Meredith McCullough

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Meredith McCullough

Students know they can always depend on Meredith McCullough, as she continues to help young Alaskans strive to achieve their limitless potential.

John Thompson
Ballot initiative proposes student bill of rights ensuring quality public education

Ballot initiative proposes student bill of rights ensuring quality public education

Part of the initiative calls for the inclusion of curriculum to preserve Alaska Native identity and history, and for tools to attract and retain teachers.

Liz Raines
Mitzvah Mall offers a unique gift idea benefiting nonprofits

Mitzvah Mall offers a unique gift idea benefiting nonprofits

The Mitzvah Mall returns to the Congregation Beth Sholom this Sunday, Nov. 17.

Daybreak Staff
UAA film documents climate change impacts on Alaska animals

UAA film documents climate change impacts on Alaska animals

A new film by researchers at UAA documents how warmer temperatures are affecting animal behavior on a remote island in Bristol Bay.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Increased air travelers could lead to more money spent in Anchorage

Travel Tuesday: Increased air travelers could lead to more money spent in Anchorage

Julie Saupe with Visit Anchorage joined Daybreak to discuss local impact of 2019's record-breaking traffic numbers.

John Thompson
Paying out of pocket? Alaska Health Fair offers low-cost blood work, screenings

Paying out of pocket? Alaska Health Fair offers low-cost blood work, screenings

Alaska Health Fair, Inc. is a local nonprofit offering low-cost blood work and preventative screenings in Anchorage and throughout the state.

Liz Raines
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Sheilah-Margaret Pothast

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Sheilah-Margaret Pothast

Sheilah-Margaret Pothast is currently in her 12th year teaching at Skyview Middle School. She teaches health, Spanish and American History.

John Thompson
Alaska Startup Week offers free seminars, workshops for entrepreneurs

Alaska Startup Week offers free seminars, workshops for entrepreneurs

If you've ever thought about becoming your own boss but wondered where to begin, Alaska Startup Week has you covered. 

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Ride the wave to great travel deals from Alaska Airlines

Travel Tuesday: Ride the wave to great travel deals from Alaska Airlines

Beat the coming cold with a quick trip to Hawaii! Alaska Airlines is offering a "Swell Deal" that may inspire you to hang loose!

Daybreak Staff
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Eric Rush

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Eric Rush

Eric Rush fosters success in his classroom each day. The 2017 BP Teacher of Excellence teaches third-graders at Ticasuk Brown Elementary School in North Pole.

John Thompson
China trade war adds 620,000 pounds to Food Bank of Alaska

China trade war adds 620,000 pounds to Food Bank of Alaska

The national trade war with China has a silver lining for Alaskans. Millions of pounds of food that China isn't buying are being bought by the U.S. government and sent to food banks around the country, including here at home.

Liz Raines
First Friday event encourages local entrepreneurs to embrace failure as a teacher

First Friday event encourages local entrepreneurs to embrace failure as a teacher

AEDC is partnering with the University of Alaska Center for Economic Development and Alaska Startups for a First Friday event, aimed at de-stigmatizing failure and celebrating iteration.

John Thompson
This Halloween, Prestige Care and Rehab invites you to come trick-or-treating

This Halloween, Prestige Care and Rehab invites you to come trick-or-treating

This Halloween, consider taking the kids to a nursing home or senior center for trick-or-treating! Prestige Care and its residents would love to see you.

John Thompson
New handbook shows Alaskans how to lobby lawmakers

New handbook shows Alaskans how to lobby lawmakers

If you want to let lawmakers know where you stand on state issues, author and political science professor Clive Thomas says to get in touch with them now.

Liz Raines
Soul Street Dance Company delivers moves with a message

Soul Street Dance Company delivers moves with a message

Alaska Junior Theater has brought Soul Street Dance Company's "Breakin' Backwards" to Anchorage and elementary students in the Anchorage School District will benefit in a big way.

John Thompson
Travel Tuesday: Virgin Galactic soars in its stock exchange debut

Travel Tuesday: Virgin Galactic soars in its stock exchange debut

Virgin Galactic began trading on the New York Stock exchange Monday — another sign that entrepreneur-built space companies are maturing.

CNN News
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Ashley Savage

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Ashley Savage

Ashley Savage came to Alaska to teach just a few years ago, but she has already made an impact.

John Thompson
The Listening Post offers Alaskans open ears, hearts

The Listening Post offers Alaskans open ears, hearts

The Listening Post is made up of about 30 volunteers who have been trained to lend an ear to anyone who needs one.

Liz Raines
'ATTLA' film documents cultural impact of musher George Attla

'ATTLA' film documents cultural impact of musher George Attla

A new PBS documentary entitles "ATTLA" tells the story of famed musher George Attla's triumphs and the many challenges he overcame.

John Thompson
Iditarod CEO talks hope for summit with PETA

Iditarod CEO talks hope for summit with PETA

New Iditarod CEO Rob Urbach says that he's meeting with officials from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals on Thursday in Los Angeles.

John Thompson
'Devilfish' highlights Indigenous folklore, addresses trauma

'Devilfish' highlights Indigenous folklore, addresses trauma

Vera Starbard has a new play that weaves Alaska Native folklore with the issue of unaddressed trauma. Devilfish debuts at the Alaska Center for the Performing Arts in Anchorage Friday.

Liz Raines
The real reason for the Last Great Race on Earth

The real reason for the Last Great Race on Earth

Why did Joe Redington Sr. and his wife Vi create Iditarod? His biographer says it was to honor the trail and celebrate the Alaskan husky.

John Thompson
Anchorage assemblyman on tonight's meeting, State of the City address

Anchorage assemblyman on tonight's meeting, State of the City address

Anchorage Assemblyman Christopher Constant joined KTVA 11's Daybreak to talk about Tuesday's agenda and respond to the mayor's State of the City address.

Daybreak Staff
2 life hacks from a sleep doctor on waking up this winter

2 life hacks from a sleep doctor on waking up this winter

As we head towards winter, we're down to just over nine hours of daylight each day. That means it may be harder to kick the covers in the morning. 

Liz Raines
Washington state growers introduce a new apple: The Cosmic Crisp

Washington state growers introduce a new apple: The Cosmic Crisp

The new variety is called the Cosmic Crisp because of the starburst-like skin. Growers hope consumers will think the taste is out of this world.

CBS News
25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Matthew Prnka

25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Matthew Prnka

Matthew Prnka says he's always available if a student needs to work through a problem. He also makes YouTube videos to help students learn beyond the classroom.

John Thompson
'20 Years of Comedy in Alaska': Film documents the experiences of visiting comics

'20 Years of Comedy in Alaska': Film documents the experiences of visiting comics

A comedic documentary is set to premiere that features stories and anecdotes about Alaska, from comedians who have visited from the Lower 48.

Daybreak Staff
Anchorage Park Foundation debuts new playground guide

Anchorage Park Foundation debuts new playground guide

Anchorage alone has hundreds of parks, and now, there's an easy way to get to know them.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Aurora draws winter visitors to Southcentral

Travel Tuesday: Aurora draws winter visitors to Southcentral

The aurora is the biggest driver for Alaska tourism in the winter.

John Thompson
Hoogendorn brothers look back on Denali summit at Elders & Youth Conference

Hoogendorn brothers look back on Denali summit at Elders & Youth Conference

Oliver Tusagvik and Wilson Mungnak Hoogendorn are from Nome. The brothers were the first to summit Denali this past May.

Jennifer Summers
Alaska celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day

Alaska celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day

While Columbus Day is still a federally recognized holiday, Alaska celebrates Indigenous Peoples' Day on the second Monday of October.

Liz Raines
25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Heather Roach

25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Heather Roach

Heather Roach teaches science at East Anchorage High School. Her classroom is lovingly referred to as “The Roach Motel.”

John Thompson
Anchorage professor behind viral video of octopus seemingly dreaming

Anchorage professor behind viral video of octopus seemingly dreaming

A professor at Alaska Pacific University is the start of a new PBS documentary called Octopus: Making Contact. It's fascinated the world with one scene in particular, a moment the octopus begins rapidly changing colors.

Liz Raines
Why doctors say people should care more about poor posture

Why doctors say people should care more about poor posture

A new survey from Orlando Health finds many of us are not concerned about poor posture even though it can have a big impact on the body. Some small changes though, can make a big difference.

CBS News
Former military officials call for climate security plan, Arctic research

Former military officials call for climate security plan, Arctic research

Millions of people around the world are demanding action on climate change, including dozens of former U.S. military and intelligence officials.

Liz Raines
Alaska Quarterly Review celebrates 'lonely islands' of the Aleutians, highlights remnants of war

Alaska Quarterly Review celebrates 'lonely islands' of the Aleutians, highlights remnants of war

The Alaska Quarterly Review's latest special feature sheds light on World War II's impact on the Attu and Kiska islands that were invaded and captured during the war.

John Thompson
Anchorage assemblyman talks tonight's agenda

Anchorage assemblyman talks tonight's agenda

What's on tonight's Anchorage Assembly agenda? Assemblyman Christopher Constant appeared on KTVA 11's Daybreak to discuss.

John Thompson
Travel Tuesday: Alaska's $3.2B outdoor recreation industry could earn more, research says

Travel Tuesday: Alaska's $3.2B outdoor recreation industry could earn more, research says

Outdoor recreation is already a multi-billion dollar industry, but an analyst at UAA's Center for Economic Development says there may be more money on the table.

Liz Raines
25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Kris Hinrichsen

25 years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Kris Hinrichsen

Known as "Mr. Kris" to his first- and second-grade students at Chinook Elementary School, Hinrichsen is now in his 10th year of teaching in Anchorage.

John Thompson
Anchorage school board looking at four-day, year-round class schedule

Anchorage school board looking at four-day, year-round class schedule

Anchorage school board members are proposing a four-day, year-round class schedule for students.

Liz Raines
The Boardroom promotes Alaska startups by creating a coworking space

The Boardroom promotes Alaska startups by creating a coworking space

Here in Anchorage, The Boardroom provides clients a furnished shared office space, that focuses on growing young entrepreneurship.

Daybreak Staff
Travel Tuesday: PFD Travel Fair returns to Anchorage

Travel Tuesday: PFD Travel Fair returns to Anchorage

With the annual PFD payment dispersal comes the annual PFD Travel Fair. On this Travel Tuesday we discuss an event with great deals and family fun!

Daybreak Staff
Alaskan gives United Nations indigenous perspective on threats to Arctic fisheries

Alaskan gives United Nations indigenous perspective on threats to Arctic fisheries

Dalee Sambo Dorough, Ph.D., went before the United Nations to shed light on threats to Arctic fisheries in Alaska.

Liz Raines
UN report: Climate change threatens Arctic food security, sea ice

UN report: Climate change threatens Arctic food security, sea ice

The United Nations calls climate change the defining issue of our time. On Wednesday morning, an intergovernmental panel released a special report on the issue.

Liz Raines
Alaska still wealthiest state in nation, new report suggests

Alaska still wealthiest state in nation, new report suggests

Alaska ranked number one in Truth in Accounting's Financial State of the State report released Tuesday, one of just three states to receive an "A" grade. 

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Fashion show features Alaskan designers

Travel Tuesday: Fashion show features Alaskan designers

Tuesday, September 24th 2019, 4:16 PM AKDT by Daybreak Staff
Photo series sparks conversation on human connection in the digital age

Photo series sparks conversation on human connection in the digital age

Eric Pickersgill's photo series 'Removed' has received social media attention worldwide. The photos capture people connected digitally but also disconnected from their surroundings.

Liz Raines
Law enforcement, advocacy groups to hold community forum on hate crimes

Law enforcement, advocacy groups to hold community forum on hate crimes

Reports of hate crimes in Anchorage are low, but researchers say that doesn't mean they aren't happening.

Liz Raines
State records: 16 adults, 2 children died of flu virus last season

State records: 16 adults, 2 children died of flu virus last season

According to a report by the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, 16 adults and two children died of the flu during the 2018-2019 season.

Liz Raines
Breakfast with Champions: Special Olympics Alaska celebrates community

Breakfast with Champions: Special Olympics Alaska celebrates community

Special Olympics Alaska honors athletes, volunteers and supporters with the third annual Breakfast of Champions.

John Thompson
Travel Tuesday: National Child Passenger Safety Week

Travel Tuesday: National Child Passenger Safety Week

On this Travel Tuesday, KTVA 11's Daybreak discusses National Child Passenger Safety Week.

John Thompson
Drone Attacks: Could one happen in Alaska?

Drone Attacks: Could one happen in Alaska?

Recent drone attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities have begged the question, could it happen Alaska?

Liz Raines
With big retail job loss, Anchorage lags in recession recovery

With big retail job loss, Anchorage lags in recession recovery

According to a new study by the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Anchorage is lagging behind the rest of the state in bouncing back from the 2015 recession.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: As summer turns to fall, Anchorage welcomes different visitors

Travel Tuesday: As summer turns to fall, Anchorage welcomes different visitors

As summer turns to fall, Visit Anchorage takes a look at the initial results of the 2019 tourism season. We also look ahead to 2020 for this week's Travel Tuesday.

John Thompson
How much do you tip?

How much do you tip?

A new study finds some people are more generous than others when it comes to tipping.

CBS News
'Eskimo Ninja' Nick Hanson talks about cultural identity, suicide prevention

'Eskimo Ninja' Nick Hanson talks about cultural identity, suicide prevention

Nick Hanson is using his American Ninja Warrior platform to raise awareness about suicide prevention in Alaska.

Liz Raines
How much rain do we need to end the drought in Alaska?

How much rain do we need to end the drought in Alaska?

Rain is falling across Southcentral, but after the driest summer on record for parts of Alaska it will take more than a week of rain to end the ongoing drought.

Jeremy LaGoo
Alaska Vegan Society on turning to plant-based meat alternatives

Alaska Vegan Society on turning to plant-based meat alternatives

Plant-based meat alternatives are a growing trend at fast food restaurants, but is this the way of the future?

Liz Raines
K-9 Midas doing well, home from hospital after being stabbed with sword

K-9 Midas doing well, home from hospital after being stabbed with sword

K-9 Midas, the Anchorage police dog who was stabbed by a man with a sword during a standoff earlier this week, is home from the hospital recovering from his injuries.

Elizabeth Roman
AFD helps homeowners pay to remove trees that pose wildfire risk

AFD helps homeowners pay to remove trees that pose wildfire risk

As part of the Firewise Home Assessment Program, Anchorage residents can apply to have firefighters visit their property. While there, fire officials will identify trees that may be more prone to ignition and recommend removal or pruning. 

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Boeing Max 737 issues ground prospects for Anchorage-China route

Travel Tuesday: Boeing Max 737 issues ground prospects for Anchorage-China route

First announced in 2018, direct flights from Alaska to China are now grounded because of issues with the Boeing 737 Max aircraft.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Business travel boosts the economy

Travel Tuesday: Business travel boosts the economy

On this week's Travel Tuesday, Visit Anchorage discusses business travel and it's impact on the local economy.

John Thompson
Alaska's #1 in nation for women-owned businesses

Alaska's #1 in nation for women-owned businesses

It's a number Alaskans can be proud of — our state has the highest percentage of women-owned firms in the nation.

Liz Raines
Did you know? Aug. 12 is National Middle Child Day!

Did you know? Aug. 12 is National Middle Child Day!

Monday is National Middle Child Day. If you didn't know that, well, you're not alone.

Liz Raines
Mic Check in the Morning: Alec Lytle & Them Rounders

Mic Check in the Morning: Alec Lytle & Them Rounders

Alec Lytle & Them Rounders bring Nor-Cal indie-folk to Alaska, for a 10-day, 10-show tour.

Daybreak Staff
How to soothe feelings of anxiety and helplessness after mass shootings

How to soothe feelings of anxiety and helplessness after mass shootings

If you're experiencing any kind of anxiety after the two mass shootings in the Lower 48 this last weekend, you're not alone.

Liz Raines
English learners express themselves through Summer Muse program

English learners express themselves through Summer Muse program

The art in this year's Summer Muse showcase channels heart-felt feelings about loyalty and friendship.

Liz Raines
New Anchorage housing project wins $15K grant

New Anchorage housing project wins $15K grant

It's been just over a year since the municipality rolled out a pilot program to address homelessness in Anchorage. Path to Independence is a collaboration between private companies, faith-based community groups and the city.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Dinosaur dig uncovers clues about warmer Alaska climate

Travel Tuesday: Dinosaur dig uncovers clues about warmer Alaska climate

A group of scientists say they found evidence of crayfish in Alaska, which could mean the state's climate was warmer during the time of dinosaurs.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Book a cabin or visit a state park virtually on new website

Travel Tuesday: Book a cabin or visit a state park virtually on new website

Did you know? The state has a website where you can book a public use cabin and see 3D trail maps and guides for state parks.

John Thompson
JBER hiring for over 300 civilian jobs

JBER hiring for over 300 civilian jobs

Current openings range from entry-level positions to skilled labor, with opportunities in child care, recreation, leisure and hospitality, vehicle operations and mechanics.

Liz Raines
Buying or renting in Anchorage? Here's what to consider

Buying or renting in Anchorage? Here's what to consider

A new study suggests it's cheaper to buy than rent in Anchorage.

Liz Raines
Mic Check in the Morning: The SpeNerds

Mic Check in the Morning: The SpeNerds

This week KTVA's Daybreak welcomed The SpeNerds for a Mic Check in the Morning Friday. The trio prides themselves in being Alaska's premier band for instrumental surf music. As Fred Brosius, Allen Strah, and Joel Ramert put it, "The SpeNerds use the power

Liz Raines
3 ways to get better sleep this summer

3 ways to get better sleep this summer

Many of us may be having trouble getting enough sleep this summer. The Centers for Disease Control The Centers for Disease Control recommends adults get at least seven hours, but more than a third of Americans regularly come up short.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Caring for Alaska's trails

Travel Tuesday: Caring for Alaska's trails

Alaska Trails, a nonprofit, is a passion project with a mission to preserve and promote sustainable trails.

John Thompson
Anchorage to host international police conference

Anchorage to host international police conference

The International Association of Women Police annual conference is expected to have an economic impact of more than $1.6 million. 

Liz Raines
From meals to work opportunities, Operation: Reborn! offers more than free haircuts

From meals to work opportunities, Operation: Reborn! offers more than free haircuts

Hair Science continues community outreach with Operation: Reborn!, helping those less fortunate get a hand up with a free haircut, meal, and opportunity for work.

John Thompson
Workforce Wednesday: Alaska to Alberta railway could create thousands of jobs

Workforce Wednesday: Alaska to Alberta railway could create thousands of jobs

A railway project to connect Alaska with Canada — and potentially — the lower 48 could pave the way for thousands of new jobs. 

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Beat the heat with fun adventures

Travel Tuesday: Beat the heat with fun adventures

Visit Anchorage stopped by Daybreak to discuss "cool" travel itineraries to beat this summer heat!

John Thompson
Portugal. The Man speaks out on budget vetoes: 'We stand for the youth and the elders'

Portugal. The Man speaks out on budget vetoes: 'We stand for the youth and the elders'

Alaska-grown, Grammy award-winning Portugal. The Man is in Anchorage Tuesday to weigh in on Gov. Dunleavy's budget vetoes.

Liz Raines
One-third of Legislature prepared to meet in Wasilla for special session

One-third of Legislature prepared to meet in Wasilla for special session

It's day one of a second special session, this one on the Permanent Fund dividend, but lawmakers are still at odds with the governor and each other on where to meet.

Liz Raines
Mic Check in the Morning: Hurricane Dave's 'Don't Touch My PFD'

Mic Check in the Morning: Hurricane Dave's 'Don't Touch My PFD'

Hurricane Dave joined KTVA's Daybreak July 5 to perform his song "Don't Touch My PFD" for Mic Check in the Morning.

Liz Raines
Workforce Wednesday: Seasonal jobs still available

Workforce Wednesday: Seasonal jobs still available

Several companies are still hiring seasonal workers in Alaska.

John Thompson
Travel Tuesday: Alaska Airlines increases service to popular winter destinations

Travel Tuesday: Alaska Airlines increases service to popular winter destinations

Alaska Airlines expands service to leisure destinations, a perfect choice when braving a long, cold Alaska winter.

John Thompson
Web Extra: Sen. Murkowski speaks on rural law enforcement, Pebble Mine and health care

Web Extra: Sen. Murkowski speaks on rural law enforcement, Pebble Mine and health care

Watch full interview.

Shayne Nuesca
Mic Check in the Morning: The Fire

Mic Check in the Morning: The Fire

The Fire was invited by the Alaska Scottish Club to perform at the 2019 Alaska Scottish Highland Games in Palmer, Saturday, June 29. 

Daybreak Staff
Workforce Wednesday: Training helps disabled teens become young professionals

Workforce Wednesday: Training helps disabled teens become young professionals

If you or someone you know receives disability benefits, you are still eligible to work. The rules about how much, however, can be confusing -- particularly for teens transitioning into the workforce. "Often times parents have worked really hard to get th

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Scottish Highland Games come to Southcentral Alaska

Travel Tuesday: Scottish Highland Games come to Southcentral Alaska

The 38th annual Alaska Scottish Highland Games is coming to the Alaska State Fairgrounds in Palmer, this Saturday!

John Thompson
Mic Check in the Morning: The New Old Time Chautauqua

Mic Check in the Morning: The New Old Time Chautauqua

The New Old Time Chautauqua is touring Southcentral Alaska for the first time since the late 1990s.

John Thompson
Alaska foreclosure rate nearing historic low

Alaska foreclosure rate nearing historic low

At the end of May, AHFC's foreclosure rate was less than one-quarter of 1%.

Liz Raines
Workforce Wednesday: Earthquake recovery adds hundreds of Anchorage jobs

Workforce Wednesday: Earthquake recovery adds hundreds of Anchorage jobs

Employment in Anchorage is on the rise. The AEDC reports a net increase of 1,000 jobs in April of 2019, compared to the same time last year.

Liz Raines
Travel Tuesday: Touring glaciers around Southcentral

Travel Tuesday: Touring glaciers around Southcentral

Visit Anchorage highlights ways to see the amazing glaciers, that bring tourists to Southcentral Alaska.

John Thompson

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