Alaska News December 03, 2017

Man dead in late-night Muldoon shooting
By Victoria Taylor: Bethel Police investigating death of woman discovered lying in snow
Alaska GOP moves to block rogue lawmakers from party primary
By Cameron Mackintosh: Two moose calves likely die after eating poisonous ornamental plants

“Some plants have cyanide in them like Japanese Yew and Chokecherry and other things that we plant to make our houses look good but unfortunately it poisons moose pretty quickly,” Dyer said.

Chokecherry trees are a common culprit in moose poisonings. According to horticulturist Steph Daniels, Chokecherry is sold at some Anchorage nurseries, and is a common feature in many lawns across town.
By Sean Maguire: Snow tubing opens for the season at Arctic Valley
Congratulations Sadie Bjornsen, Rosie Brennan, Erik Bjornsen and Scott Patterson!
By Patrick Enslow: Another podium performance for Bjornsen at the World Cup
By Sean Maguire: Mumps outbreak spreads with 71 confirmed cases in Anchorage
Alyeska to open skiing season on December 9