Alaska News April 15, 2022

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Experts warn residents after black bear seen near Anchorage elementary school The Alaska Department of Fish and Game encourages residents to be ‘bear aware’ as they awake from hibernation; Friday night sky to show double feature; Providence Alaska Medical Center hosts first Mini Heart Run since 2019 and more ->
KTOO Alaska Public Media: Sitka woman rescues capsized kayaker who spent 30 minutes in Starrigavan Bay; Juneau clinic offers new option for treating opioid use disorder and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: House Committee to hear public testimony on a bill that tackles affordable broadband in rural Alaska; Napakiak badminton team causes a racquet at state championship and more ->
Alaska Native News: North Pole Man Taken into Custody following Serious Assault on His Wife Thursday; Governor Dunleavy Encourages U.S. Navy to Expand SEAL Training in Alaska; Endless Northern Winter about to End; This Day In Alaska History April 15th, 1929 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Police Department receives reports of residents being shot at with Orbeez gun and more ->
KFSK: NYO inspires Petersburg middle school students; Petersburg High School students experience history in DC and more ->
Sheldon Jackson Museum April Artifact of the Month
Reminder: Monday, Apr. 18 is the last day to participate in a University of Alaska Anchorage faculty-led survey on natural hazards. Municipal Alaskan residents are invited to share in the survey their experiences with wildfire, permafrost thaw, and ice hazards in the state of Alaska. Find out more information at
Anchorage Patch: Online Safety for Youth: Best Practices for Caregivers
Fireside Books presents Shelf Awareness for Readers for Friday, April 15, 2022
Craig Medred: Killing us softly