By Leroy Polk: Woman shot multiple times in early morning Anchorage gunfire
By Jill Burke: Know Your Rights: Fair housing and protections for renters and homebuyers
By Rebecca Palsha: Cyrano’s Theatre Co. will drop an actor who is a registered sex offender after social media backlash
Tuesday afternoon, Cyrano’s updated its Facebook page and said registered sex offenders will be prevented from working at Cyrano’s in any capacity.
“We know the community would prefer that we don’t have someone who is on the sexual offender registry in our shows, and that is absolutely fine,” Pond said. “We support all of those people those who have been victims, anybody who has found this to be difficult and upsetting, and that’s far more important to us.”
Seifert is in a production with Cryano’s that will run two more weeks. Pond said he will continue in those plays but they will be his final performances.
By Richard Mauer: Evangelists win right to proselytize in city park
Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman: Iconic Palmer water tower part of new holiday tradition, Assembly votes to temporarily waive dump fees and more->
KYYK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Winter Dividends From Calista, Bethel City Council To Reconsider Avenues Water Project and more->
KTOO Public Media December 12, 2018
Rasmuson Foundation new awards: wilderness cabins, youth programs, a rural elders home and more
Film Festival on Friday: Magnetic stories of 6 Alaskans
By John Thompson: Head of the Class: Megan Webb
By Liz Raines: Alaska’s first TV station celebrates 65 years
By Leroy Polk: Whirlwind of violence in Alaska village; man stabs father, attacks mother, brother
There, troopers say Sallison stabbed his 56-year-old father in the back with an ulu blade, strangled his 18-year-old brother, and broke down a door and assaulted his 44-year-old mother.
Troopers said alcohol was involved in this crime. Sallison was arrested and no bail was set for his release.
By Elizabeth Roman: Juneau couple sentenced in drug trafficking conspiracy
Tiffany Spaulding, 35, of Juneau, pleaded guilty to one count of drug conspiracy. She was sentenced to five years in prison, followed by five years of supervised release. Christian Peters, 46, also of Juneau, was previously sentenced to serve 30 months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release, on the same charge.
By Associated Press: Trial underway for North Pole father charged in son’s death
By KTVA Web Staff: 3 suspects arrested following armed robbery of Anchorage Walmart
By Leroy Polk: UPDATE: Two men who killed each other during gun deal were teenagers, APD says
The victims have been identified as 19-year-old Daniel L. Bender JR and 19-year-old Davon M. Dodge. APD identified the men only as victims, and not as suspects in any case, as the two are deceased.
By Taylar Perez: Gruening Middle students join Chugiak High at ‘The Ranch’ after quake damage
The teachers are calling the combination Chugiak Mustangs and Gruening Colts school “The Ranch” to encompass both schools into their new home.
By Elizabeth Roman: Homeowners asked to retest for radon after earthquake
For more information on how to get a test kit, contact the Alaska Radon Hotline at 1-800-478-8324.
By Associated Press: Fairbanks police say officer stole money from lost wallet
By Joe Vigil: APD searching for man who attacked girlfriend over phone call
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the non-emergency police dispatch line at 311. To remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 561-STOP or online at anchoragecrimestoppers.com.
KYUK Public Media: Emmonak Lands $23M Infrastructure Grant, Colder Weather Good News For Ice Travel In Y-K Delta, But Still A Lot Of Open Water and more->
KTOO Public Media: Dunleavy among new leaders to meet with Trump Thursday, Sitka officials make the case for a secondary water source, Judge dismisses challenges to oil lease sales in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska and more ->
By Rebecca Nagle: The Violence Against Women Act Doesn’t Include the Majority of Alaska Native Women
UAF Alaska Earthquake Center: Recent
By Joe Vigil: Pickup truck used as air traffic control tower at Anchorage airport
By Hank Davis: Cluster of Jewel Lake homes significantly damaged in earthquake
By Daniella Rivera: When a landlord-tenant relationship gets tricky, there’s a hotline to help
The nonprofit offers a help hotline specifically for tenant and landlord questions twice a week: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Goss, who coordinates pro bono services, said attorneys volunteer to staff the phone line and answer questions each week.
Anchorage residents can call in at 907-743-1000, and people who live outside of Anchorage can call toll-free at 855-743-1001.
Anyone who doesn’t get through can also call ALSC during its normal business hours, with any civil legal issues, including landlord and tenant law.
KTOO Public Media: New education program is a good ‘MATCH’ for adult learners, Alaska Native groups ask Dunleavy to investigate missing and murdered indigenous women and more->
KYUK: Bethel Spirits To Close This Weekend and more->
Editor’s Letter: December – Fantastic, strong, notable, tough, adventurous, Alaskan women: you’ll find plenty of them in this month’s issue.