Alaska News September 30, 2022

KTUU: Golden Lion won’t open as planned, Sullivan may house 300; Selawik man accused of killing teen, unborn baby; Anchorage police body camera discussion moves into arbitration, extending purchasing delays; Aleutian volcano to be renamed after former Rep. Don Young; Disaster assistance hotline launches for Western Alaska storm aftermath and more ->


KTOO: ‘An egregious act of spiritual abuse’: Behind the closure of Juneau’s Memorial Presbyterian Church; State health department ends standalone COVID data summaries; Alaskans plan to honor victims and survivors of Indian boarding schools and more ->
Alaska Native News: Intern leads efforts to encourage respectful harvest practices; New research can help electric utilities account for climate change; This Day in Alaska History-September 30th, 1909 and more ->

KINY: Don Young’s bills to be carried by Rep. Peltola in the US House; 2022 ‘Day of Caring’ kicks off in Juneau and more ->
KFSK: Southeast Alaska wolves eat over 60 prey species, study finds and more ->

KRBD: Whale Pass residents seek last-second halt to state timber sale uphill from town and more ->

KUCB: Marine salvage expert dives into memoir writing and more ->
Dan Magone has spent over four decades working in emergency ship repair and marine salvage in western Alaska. His work took him all over the region and into extreme situations doing dangerous work. During his career, Magone directed the successful salvage or wreck removal of 79 vessels and he was awarded Public Service Commendations by the United States Coast Guard.
Craig Medred: Making things worse
By Carey Seward, Only In Your State Alaska: 11 Small Towns In Alaska That Are Excellent Places To Live
CBS Mornings: Meet the last community to reside inside a national park
About 100 full-time residents live in Wrangell-St. Elias. It’s the last community to reside inside a national park. CBS News correspondent Jeff Glor has more.


Alaska News September 28 & 29, 2022

KTUU: Police charge man with murder in Muldoon homicide case; Student taken into custody after threatening call led to Service High lockdown; Inmate deaths in DOC custody has ACLU demanding answers ACLU is now calling for an independent review after 14 inmates have died this year, two this week alone and more ->
KTOO: Retired trooper to review Alaska’s cases of missing and murdered Indigenous people; At the language house in Kodiak, new learners keep the Alutiiq language alive; Remembering Jeremy Hsieh’s 13 years with KTOO; Garden Talk: Planting dreams of spring and more ->
KYUK: Bethel City Council approves new fitness center rates based on income and more ->
Alaska Native News: K9 Kenny Apprehends Hit and Run Driver in Fairbanks; U.S. Representative Mary Sattler Peltola announced as keynote speaker for the 2022 AFN Annual Convention; This Day in Alaska History-September 28th, 1907, This Day in Alaska History-September 29th, 1904 and more ->
KINY: Fairbanks man arrested after hit-and-run while driving stolen car; State troopers recover body of Soldotna man from lake; Friends of the Flags to take down state flags this weekend and more ->
The Seward Journal Septmber 28 to October 04, 2022
KRBD: New Coast Guard cutter Douglas Denman enters service after commissioning ceremony in Ketchikan and more->
KUCB: September storm brings hot weather and warning of increased tropical storm activity to Aleutians and more ->
Alaska Highway News: French Senate report denounces sexual abuse in porn industry
By Kathy Raymond, ADN: Letter: What’s at stake
Juneau Empire: Resilient Peoples & Place: The Xa’Kooch story pole — one step toward a journey of healing “This pole is for the Chookaneidi, but here among us, many clans are represented…”

Alaska News September 27, 2022

KTUU: Man accused of killing toddler in 2014 pleads guilty to manslaughter A second-degree murder charge was dismissed in a plea agreement; Former acting attorney general pleads not guilty to sex abuse charges Ed Sniffen charged with three counts of sexually abusing a minor while being in position of authority; Local man, Jim Shannon shares video of playful wildlife that wanders into his backyard and more ->
KTOO: An ancient discovery in Southeast Alaska could help pinpoint how and when the first humans got here and more ->
Alaska Native News: Rep. Mary Peltola Hits the Ground Running: Her First Bill Introduced Clears Committee Two Days Later; This Day in Alaska History-September 27th, 1957 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks hosts 2022 Alaska Fire Conference and more ->
KINY: Maine man sentenced for 1993 rape, murder of woman in Alaska and more ->
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: One Of The Oldest Family-Owned Restaurants In Alaska Is Also Among The Most Delicious Places You’ll Ever Eat
By Maria Cid, Aaska Airlines: Alaska pilots are inspiring young women to pursue careers in the skies
By Emily Schwing, The Washington Post: In rural Alaska, modern realities collide with traditional way of life
Deadmen: We learned a VERY hard lesson / 30 day cabin build / Hand tools only / Extended version


Alaska News September 26, 2022

KTUU: Man accused in 2016 double homicide case pleads guilty The guilty plea comes almost seven years after two women were found dead at Point Woronzof; Intruder enters Juneau high school Friday and more ->
KTOO: He spent decades recording soundscapes. Now they’re going to the Library of Congress; Forest Service to build new cabins in the Tongass and Chugach and more ->


KYUK: As recovery begins, Hooper Bay reckons with the emotional toll of the storm and more ->

Alaska Native News: Janelle Rude’s Remains Pulled from her Submerged Cessna by Air Force Rescue Swimmers on Whiskey Lake Sunday; StrongHearts Native Helpline Statement 2022 Domestic Violence Awareness Month; This Day in Alaska History-September 26th, 1922 and more ->
KINY: One dead in plane crash near Skwentna; Lori Moylan, Public Policy Manager for Meta, talks social media safety; Public can weigh in on how Alaska should use millions of opioid settlement money and more ->

Simple Living Alaska: Blueberries and Mushrooms and Cranberries, Oh My!

Alaska News September 24 & 25, 2022

KTUU: Businesses prepare to close doors after 24 years in downtown Anchorage Cabin Fever and Quilted Raven will take over a space on the other side of G Street and more ->
KTOO: No arrests and few details from police after Juneau woman found dead along popular trail and more ->
KYUK: Federal report finds bad communication, weather caused fatal 2020 Yute Commuter Services crash and more ->
Alaska Native News: Lower Kalskag Father Arrested for Murder after Fatally Stabbing Son Friday; This Day in Alaska History-September 24th, 1918; This Day in Alaska History-September 25th, 1907 and more ->

KSTK: Engineers to analyze Wrangell’s drinking water dam stability next week and more ->

KUCB: Alaska’s kelp farming industry hits tricky hurdle, despite high global demand and more ->

Craig Medred: Semi-annual bailouts
Craig Medred: Dangerous words
Craig Medred: Relentless tech

By Anchorage Daily News editorial board: EDITORIAL: What we must do to stem Alaska’s epidemic of violence against women

By Andrew Weaver, Outside: Yeti Coolers Are Washing Up on Alaska Beaches. Get Yours Today. “Cooler hunting” may be Alaskans’ new favorite sport

Peter Santenello: Living Off The Grid In Alaska 🇺🇸

Alaska News September 23, 2022

KTUU: Necropsy results indicate bear involved in Tuesday attack not the same as the one in Butte Fish and Game says it’s not definitive, but unlikely; Witness comes forward weeks after alleged excessive force by Alaska trooper; Mayor Bronson names new library director and more ->
KYUK: Searchers have recovered the body of one of the moose hunters who went missing near Bethel and more ->
By Kaylene Johnson, Narrated by Timothy Howard Jackson: Canyons and Ice The Wilderness Travels of Dick Griffith
Alaska Native News: Joshua Philby Jailed following Several Hit and Runs on Wednesday Morning; Interior Department Invests Over $3.3 Million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to Advance Wildfire Resilience in Alaska; This Day in Alaska History-September 23rd, 1928 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: 29-year-old Bradley West taken into custody Alaska State Troopers respond to house fire; World Central Kitchen arrives to feed western Alaskans; Alaskans who have federal student loans may soon feel some relief and more ->
KINY: Rep. Eastman remains on ballot but could be disqualified after election and more ->
KRBD: Former Ketchikan mayoral candidate convicted of recklessly injuring young daughter and more ->
Alaska Highway News: B.C. report on prolific offenders says hardline enforcement is not the answer
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: Feast On Southern BBQ At This Unassuming But Amazing Roadside Stop In Alaska

Alaska News September 22, 2022

KTUU: Elderly man claims Alaska State Trooper used excessive force, AST disagrees Soldotna senior Bob Bodell was tased, maced, and struck twice during a melee with a rookie trooper; Mat-Su school district passes policy implementing daily moment of silence in classrooms and more ->
KTOO: Alaska has the highest rate of women killed by men in the nation for the 7th year in a row; ‘Some of them just disappeared’: Essential pieces of life in Nome were lost in the storm; Skyrocketing airfares have Unalaska residents wondering if they can stay and more ->
KYUK: Hooper Bay families displaced by the flood search for a permanent solution; National Guard troops land in Bethel before deploying to help with storm damage and more ->
Alaska Native News: Caught in a major storm, UAF researchers make the best of it; This Day in Alaska History-September 22nd, 1898 and more ->
KINY: Sukteeneidí Honor Totem Pole raised on Prince of Wales Island; Juneau police investigating Brotherhood Bridge homicide case; AP: Waiting for takeoff, her heart stopped, flight attendants came to the rescue.; Vaccine mandate for Head Start overturned and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan High School selected as the only Alaska school to produce Broadway’s “Frozen” and more ->
KUCB: Aleutian Airways gets FAA approval to begin service to Unalaska’s Tom Madsen Airport and more ->


Alaska News September 18, 19, 20 & 21, 2022

KTUU: Kodiak state champion swimmer saves California man from drowning; 9-year-old seriously injured in bear attack near Palmer and more ->
KTOO: Garden Talk: The hunt for winter chanterelles; How to track campaign cash in Alaska elections and more ->
KYUK: Chevak Native Village and City of Chevak declared a state of emergency after storm damaged large portion of community’s subsistence equipment and more ->
Alaska Native News: Justice Department Hosts 17th Annual Government-to-Government Tribal Consultation on Violence Against Women; This Day in Alaska History-September 18th, 1915, This Day in Alaska History-September 19th, 1903, This Day in Alaska History-September 20th, 1914, This Day in Alaska History-September 21st, 1891 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Anchorage man sentenced to 20 years for child sex trafficking and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Major typhoon mostly spared Northwest Arctic, but some communities are affected and more ->
KINY: Sniffen indicted on sex abuse charges by Anchorage grand jury; Sleetmute man found deceased after search at Red Devil; Gov. Dunleavy establishes recreational marijuana task force and more ->
The Seward Journal: September 21 to September 27, 2022
By Allison Havermale, Collider: ‘Alaska Daily’ Trailer Shows Hilary Swank as Journalist Out of Her Element The series premieres October 6.
By Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media: How an Anchorage woman is spreading awareness of FASD by painting rocks

Cutter Light: The Hike Up Flattop Mountain, Chignik Lake, Alaska – a short video
Edible Alaska Eat Your Words: #37: Shelter from the storm
Hey there,

Those of us not in the direct line of Typhoon Murbek’s remnants are still on tenterhooks watching the weather, checking the Nome webcam, and thinking about folks who are scrambling out of harm’s way in Western Alaska. We’ve also done a few geography lessons for concerned friends Outside who may not have grasped before now the vastness of our state.


Peter Santenello: Alaskan Town That Lives In One Building – Isolated From The World 🇺🇸


Alaska News September 17, 2022

KTUU: Anchorage man sentenced to over 13 years for 2018 crash that killed taxi driver; Butte bear is back; kills 21 turkeys on local hatchery A resident fired shots at the bear, but Fish and Game doesn’t believe it was hit and more ->
KTOO: Why Alaska uses ranked choice voting and what we know about how it affects elections; Dillingham’s housing crisis has teachers sleeping in the school and more ->
KYUK: Watch: Inuit soul music and dance and more ->

Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaska History-September 17th, 1868 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Live blog: Flooding, damage unveiled as powerful storm moves across western Alaska A former typhoon is bringing damaging winds, dangerous seas, and an extreme storm surge to the western side of the state and more ->


The Arctic Sounder: Young language enthusiast becomes elementary school Inupiaq teacher and more ->
KINY: Homer resident indicted for vehicular homicide, authorities seeking whereabouts in Vegas and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historical Society
The next Thursdays: Our History program at 7 pm Thurday, Oct. 20 will feature representatives of the Seward Trail Blazers sharing details about the upcoming project to install a bronze statue of Alfred Lowell on the Seward waterfront. Dan Seavey and Lee Poleske will share details about the life of Alfred Lowell, a noted dog musher who was the son of Mary Lowell, whose homestead became the townsite of Seward in 1903. Free and open to the public, the program will be held in the Community Room of the Seward Community Library & Museum.

KUCB: Unalaska grasps at solutions to stifling airfare costs and more ->

By Matt Preprost, Alaska Highway News: Fort Nelson writer shortlisted for CBC literary prize Fort Nelson author Kerissa Dickie is one of five finalists for the 2022 CBC Nonfiction Prize.

By Jacob Mann, Alaska Writers Guild brings local wordsmiths together at Wasilla Library
Iris Yamashita Authors Mystery Set in Alaska

“City Under One Roof” by Iris Yamashita is forthcoming from Berkley, a division of Penguin Books.
A stranded detective tries to solve a murder in a tiny Alaskan town where everyone lives in a single high-rise building, in this gripping debut by an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter


Information about how Alaska Women Rock