Alaska News December 01-02, 2023

KTUU: Family of slain 21-year-old JBER solider search for answers; Second lawsuit filed against MSBSD on behalf of district students The new lawsuit claims free speech rights were violated over district-led investigation, student-led protests; Weather Lab: South High students learn how the ocean and atmosphere are connected and more ->

KTOO: Legislators and staff will be allowed to keep pets in new downtown apartments; Judge reinstates Kachemak Bay’s jet ski ban; The story behind the transfer of Klukwan Presbyterian Church to Chilkat Indian Village; Peltola hosts town hall on Albertsons-Kroger merger; Sitka’s culinary scene is coming to TV screens and more ->

KYUK: Bethel Search and Rescue recovers a body near Brown’s Slough; Bethel Search and Rescue fills the floor at annual fiddle dance fundraiser and more ->
Alaska Native News: Kasilof couple charged with federal regulations violations for illegal commercial game transportation in Noatak National Preserve; This Day in Alaska History-December 1st, 1922; This Day in Alaska History-December 2nd, 1980 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: From parcels to park: Borough, local business look for best path forward; FNSB Assembly discusses legislative priorities with Interior delegation and more ->

KINY: Fairbanks man arrested on child pornography, enticement of minor charges; James Weedman sentenced to 55 years for 2020 sexual assault and murder; Parks & Rec Candy Cane Hunt returns for the holidays; SHI launches contest for Celebration 2024 Art Design and more ->

KFSK: Petersburg Medical CEO named Alaska’s 2023 Community Star for service to rural health; Alaska Marine Highway System awarded $132 million in federal grants to revitalize ferries; A Petersburg family wants to change Alaska’s worker’s comp laws to honor the memory of their daughter and more ->

KRBD: Borough Assembly votes on controversial code change. But what does it have to do with the library? Researchers awarded federal grant to search for rare earth elements in Prince of Wales seaweed and more ->

Delta Wind: Community meal serves hundreds and more ->


By KNOM Radio: The Nome Static, Christmas 2023
By Alaska Division of Forestry & Fire Protection on December 1, 2023: Harvest your own Christmas tree on State land this holiday season
KTOO: Culture Rich Conversations: Banned Books by Black Authors – “Monday’s Not Coming” by Tiffany D. Jackson
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