Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Seattle, Tonight at 7 p.m. on KUAC TV


Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Seattle, Tonight at 7 p.m. on KUAC TV
  1. Antiques Roadshow: Vintage Seattle, Tonight at 7 p.m. on KUAC TV
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    Uncover how Seattle appraisals from 15 years ago have held up in the rising and falling antiques market. Highlights include a 1937 Birger Sandzen landscape, Babe Ruth-signed photos, and WWII work incentive posters. Have the values soared or sunk? Tonight at 7:00 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657…
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Antiques Roadshow: Vintage SeattleUncover how Seattle appraisals from 15 years ago have held up in the rising and falling antiques market. Highlights include a 1937 Birger Sandzen landscape, Babe Ruth-signed photos, and WWII work incentive posters. Have the values soared or…

  1. Sales tax could double for some Mat-Su communities

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 03:18 ktva.com
    No one likes to pay taxes, but people who live in the Mat-Su may find themselves paying a lot more if propositions for new sales taxes go through. The cities of Palmer, Houston and Wasilla already have city sales taxes but residents might also decide to pay a new tax proposed by the Mat-Su Borough. […] The post Sales tax could double for some Mat-Su communities appeared first on KTVA…
  2. How the SAP project went from $10 Million to $81.5 Million in 6 years

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 03:18 ktva.com
    It’s been called an expensive, monster of a project and it’s about to eat up another $5.8 million. That’s the amount Anchorage Assembly members will be asked to approve Tuesday night, to wrap up the controversial SAP software project that’s years overdue, and millions of taxpayer dollars over budget. When former Mayor Dan Sullivan proposed the […] The post How the SAP project went from $10 Million to $81.5 Million in 6 years appeared first on KTVA …
  3. Attorney General’s Office: Door-to-door paving scam warning

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 02:27 ktva.com
    The Attorney General’s Office is warning Alaskans of a misleading sales scam that could come knocking at your door. According to a release from the Attorney General’s Office, there are individuals, or companies going door-to-door, offering misleading paving services that violate the Door-To-Door Sales provision and the Unfair Trade Practices and Consumer Protection Act. Officials say these scammers […] The post Attorney General’s Office: Door-to-door paving scam wa…
  4. Story Time with Aunt Phil: Alaska crude oil’s explosive discovery

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 02:27 ktva.com
    Richfield Oil Corporation found crude on the Kenai Peninsula this week in July 1957. That discovery helped Alaska on its way to statehood two years later, as Congress believed that Alaska would now be able to fund its own government. But that wasn’t the first time Alaskans had found oil. Alaska Natives used the black […] The post Story Time with Aunt Phil: Alaska crude oil’s explosive discovery appeared first on KTVA 1…
  5. Capital budget compromise unlikely to restore PFDs, address oil and gas tax credits

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 02:27 ktoo.org
    “Clearly those are going to be the most difficult issues that have to be solved going forward," said Republican Sen. Peter Micciche, R-Soldotna, a leader in the Senate. "I don’t think they’re going to happen in this bill.…
  6. Making strides for wildlife response: Annual ASLC Wildlife Rescue Run fundraiser takes place Saturday, July 29. Volunte

    Sewardcitynews.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 01:41 sewardcitynews.com
     The Alaska SeaLife Center (ASLC) is hosting the 19th Annual 5K Wildlife Rescue Run & Walk on Saturday, July 29. The annual family-friendly race is a fundraiser to support the Center’s Wildlife Response Program. This has been another busy year for the Program, which has received 221 distressed animal calls […] The post Making strides for wildlife response: Annual ASLC Wildlife Rescue Run fundraiser takes place Saturday, July 29. Volunteers welcome and needed! appeared first on Se…
  7. Mural at Alaska Pacific University almost finished

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 01:30 ktva.com
    A mural in Alaska Pacific University’s Atwood Center was in its last stages Monday afternoon. Artist Andrew Morrison started the project Wednesday. Since Friday, he’s been painting six to seven hours a day. The mural is a representation of the tribal people that live in Alaska. It consists of images of Native Americans throughout the […] The post Mural at Alaska Pacific University almost finished appeared first on KTVA…
  8. Marine debris won’t stop, but neither will those cleaning it up

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 01:29 ktoo.org
    On many Alaska beaches, plastic washes up faster than it can be picked up. The remote locations and mountains of plastic make Chris Pallister’s clean up work incredibly e…
  9. Dance & Aerial Festival in Homer

    Sewardcitynews.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 00:41 sewardcitynews.com
    Dance & Aerial Festival It’s summer, it’s Homer, who wouldn’t want to be here? And more importantly, who wouldn’t want to be here dancing or watching dance? This is a question I asked myself during my inaugural journey to this beautiful place three short years ago. This month, that vision […] The post Dance & Aerial Festival in Homer appeared first on Seward City News…
  10. APD: Looking for adult male with medical issues

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 00:30 ktva.com
    Anchorage Police are asking for the public’s help in the search for a 41-year-old male who has medical issues. According to a Nixle alert, Randall Wayne Anderson has been missing for approximately ten days. Police say there is a concern for his well-being because he has the mentality of a 12-year-old and has medical issues that require medication. […] The post APD: Looking for adult male with medical issues appeared first on KTVA 11…
  11. Bans on game harvest techniques currently under review

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 00:30 ktoo.org
    The Trump administration has directed the National Park Service in Alaska and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge to reconsider bans on certain state allowed game harvest…
  12. Juneau Afternoon – 7-25-17

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 00:30 ktoo.org
    Tuesday on A Juneau Afternoon, Laury Scandling hosts. We’ll talk with Rachel Juzeler about her upcoming class in Slumped Glass techniques; And Alexandra Pierce will be on the air to highlight the planned Dog Park.   At 4, tune i…
  13. Talkeetna’s feline ‘mayor’ Stubbs, passes away at 20

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 00:30 ktoo.org
    The unofficial mayor of Talkeetna, Stubbs the cat, passed away in the overnight hours between Thursday and Friday, according to his…
  14. As Heard on Morning Line: A Death Row Story

    Knba.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.25 / 00:30 knba.org
    Our guests this morning on Our Community included Joe D'Ambrosio, an innocent man who went to prison at the tender age of 26 for a crime he did not commit. After 20 years in an Ohio prison, through a stroke of luck (or divine intervention, depending on who you ask), D'Ambrosio was able to meet Reverend Neil Kookoothe, whose education in Law and Nursing allowed him to percieve Joe's innocence and moved him to find a way to do something about it. Two events in Anchorage this week highlight…
  15. Narrow Cape missile launch scheduled for this weekend

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.24 / 23:30 ktoo.org
    Pilots and mariners have received alerts to watch out for a missile launch at the Narrow Cape launch facility this weekend. A Coast Guard legal notice to mariners warns vessels to steer clear of the waters around the area…
  16. Consultants estimate economic loss if Skagway can’t dock bigger ships

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.24 / 23:30 ktoo.org
    Skagway could miss out on $15 million to $30 million over 20 years if it doesn’t renovate its port for larger cruise ships, according to port consultants who delivered the message to residents last we…
  17. Russian adventurers honor history during Dillingham visit

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.24 / 23:30 ktoo.org
    An expedition of Russian adventurers arrived Tuesday in Dillingham for their trip to retrace a route taken by historic Russian explorers. The Russian visitors were greeted in Dillingham by that most American of rituals, a potluck…
  18. Joplin pleads not guilty to murder, theft in Ketchikan doctor’s death

    Ktoo.org - Alaska (AK)
    07.24 / 23:30 ktoo.org
    Jordan Joplin, 32, of Washington state pleaded not guilty Monday to first- and second-degree murder charges in the the March 16 death of Ketchikan surgeon Dr. Eric …
  19. How 2 bodies in Swiss glacier stayed mummified for 75 years

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.24 / 23:29 ktva.com
    Last week, during a routine inspection tour, a ski-lift technician for the Swiss adventure resort Glacier 3000 found what he thought was a collection of black rocks near the Tsanfleuron glacier in the western Bernese Alps, reported The New York Times. Upon close inspection, though, he discovered that the rocks were, in fact, mummified bodies. DNA […] The post How 2 bodies in Swiss glacier stayed mummified for 75 years appeared first on KTVA …
  20. Anchorage Police search for runaway teens

    Ktva.com - Alaska (AK)
    07.24 / 23:29 ktva.com
      APD is asking for the public’s help in locating two teen girls who haven’t been seen or heard from since they left their home sometime after 10 p.m. Sunday. According to a Nixle alert, 16-year-old Shyell Green and 8-year-old Shayahna Lorance were last seen leaving the 800 block of E. 75th Court. Police say Shyell […] The post Anchorage Police search for runaway teens appeared first on KTVA …