Alaska News April 04, 2024

KTUU: Efforts underway to help entangled humpback whale in Unalaska and more ->

KTOO: Alaska Pacific will partner with Seattle University to offer the state’s first law program and more ->


KYUK: In Dillingham, a new group is calling for a unified approach to overdose prevention and more ->


Alaska Native News: Alutiiq Museum Publishes Alutiiq/Sugpiaq History Book; ADF&G Announces 2024 Southeast Alaska Chinook Salmon All-Gear Catch Limit; This Day in Alaskan History-April 4th, 1911 and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 13: Alaska, Canada finalize salmon treaty addition; Military Report: Ft. Wainwright – State of the Installation and more ->

KINY: Juneau Schools announce transitions for next year; Lawmakers consider requiring opioid overdose reversal drug in Alaska schools and more ->


KSTK: Subsistence foods and hazard mitigation is now included in Wrangell Cooperative Association’s disaster declaration and more ->

Delta Wind: ‘Zoombombing’ disrupts city council meeting and more ->
KMXT: Aboard the Oscar Dyson, NOAA to pursue new research near Kodiak and more ->


Allgood News 4-3-24 – Flash Mob Cancer – Simply the Best.
Arliss and Edward LeBere finally found each other late in life … and after being married less than two years, they got the worst news. Edward has been diagnosed with Glioblastoma. The average glioblastoma survival time is 12-18 months – only 25% of patients survive more than one year, and only 5% of patients survive more than five years.
Arliss says they don’t have a lot of money, but she wanted to let her husband know how much she loves him on their wedding anniversary (February 22) and sent out a call on social media to see if any local dance organizations could help her put together a FLASH MOB to their favorite song – The Best – by Tina Turner. Bartlett High School in Anchorage took up the challenge and surprised Edward at the Dimond Mall with the ‘their’ song … and dance. I shot the entire moment and I talked to the couple afterwards. What’s it like knowing… when you’re going to die? How is life right now.