Alaska News April 13, 2023

KTUU: Gas leak forces evacuations of Lake Otis business district; Service High principal placed on administrative leave; Has Anchorage’s plastic bag ban worked?; Alaska Senate approves bill to spur housing development, levy taxes on unsafe buildings and more ->

KTOO: Juneau teachers limit their work to paid hours during contract negotiations and more ->


KYUK: Watch: A return to Cama-i ; Bethel Friends of Canines wins award for helping people keep their pets; 22-year-old Russian Mission man faces more than 100 years in prison due to accomplice liability and more ->

Alaska Native News: This Day in Alaskan History-April 13th, 1913 and more ->

KINY: New hangar will make Nenana a base for drone cargo testing; Alaska Senate bill proposes more legal aid for domestic violence victims, others seeking help; UAS Faculty Forest Haven successfully defends dissertation on subsistence and settler colonialism in Alaska and more ->

KFSK: Forest Service asks Southeast Alaskans to help make 10-year Tongass National Forest plan and more ->

KRBD: Advisory board votes to keep book on relationships and sexuality in teen section of Ketchikan Public Library; Arrival of large cruise ships to Prince of Wales Island pushed to 2024 as Klawock port delays opening and more ->

KUCB: Some Thursday flights delayed, canceled in the Aleutian region following Kamchatka eruption and more ->

Delta Wind: Deltana Community Corporation conducts Facebook poll to determine community funding priorities and more ->

Fashion Pact: Adopt-A-Cat Shelter

PR Newswire: Wild Alaska Pollock to Be Named Official Whitefish of Climate Pledge Arena and the Seattle Kraken

Craig Martelle: Spring has sprung, Alaska style