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For king salmon anglers working Cook Inlet, the Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting last month in Homer offered some good news for salt-water anglers willing to brave chilly weather for a chance to catch beefy kings during what used to be the offseason. The board now considers September a winter month, something that may help king salmon fishermen interested in bringing home more chinook filets while allowing the board, as it said in a press release, to provide "for additional sport fishing opportunity." Comment?
It might feel cold and look snowy in Southcentral Alaska, but the big picture statewide shows a different story this year. According to data from the National Weather Service's regional office, over 20 communities across Alaska recorded a significant increase in the amount of days when temperatures were warmer than average in 2016. Comment?
A series of strong storms hitting southwestern Alaska Friday had coastal residents bracing for gale-force winds and snow lovers in Southcentral wondering if any winter would come their way. The National Weather Service was forecasting high winds for the Aleutian Islands followed by possible blizzard conditions for Southwest Alaska late Friday into Saturday, according to an alert issued Friday morning . Comment?
Roy M. Corral took this photo from his front yard in Eagle River at 4:00 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016. The lights were visibly bright and vibrant despite the city lights of Eagle River. Comment?
Tommy Noble, 13, in the red shirt, plays on workout equipment in Arnold Muldoon Park during physical education class at STrEaM Academy on Tuesday. STrEaM is a STEM-focused charter school - science, technology, engineering, math - that emphasizes the importance of the natural world and experience education. Comment?
A 37-year-old King Salmon pilot faces charges of child sex abuse for incidents involving a teenage girl, some of which happened during flights over the Alaska Peninsula. Robert J. May has been charged with ten counts of sexual abuse of a minor, as well as charges of reckless endangerment and reckless operation of an aircraft. Comment?
Unalaska residents get a close up look at one of Pen Air's new Saab 2000 aircraft. The planes will go into regular service in the Dutch Harbor-Anchorage route later in May. PenAir's bigger and faster commuter plane drew a big crowd to the Unalaska airport last week, with about 200 local residents taking a close look at the Saab 2000, which can carry more passengers and get to Anchorage more quickly than previous aircraft used on that route, according to spokeswoman Missy Roberts. Comment?
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