Alaska News December 03, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Man charged with murdering girlfriend in Palmer after a night of cocaine, heavy drinking; Fuel theft highlights larger security problems at Big Lake Airport, pilot says; Anchorage police still citing minors for tobacco possession; Local businesses battle ‘behemoth’ Amazon on Cyber Monday; 25 Years of BP Teachers of Excellence: Lee Butterfield and more ->

KTUU: Two air ambulance companies turned down flight to Seward before deadly crash; Fisherman sentenced for fishing in state research area; Mel Gillis sworn in as District 25 Representative; Baby loves her first slide down a snowy driveway. See it here; 58 mushers signed up for 2020 Iditarod and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Kodiak police hope new reality TV show will help improve recruitment woes; Researchers, marine pilots work to prevent vessel strikes from killing Alaska whales; Trump’s nominee for US court in Alaska gets low marks from state bar but has youth on his side; Push to grow Alaska’s mariculture includes new how-to training for budding seaweed farmers; Alaska’s once-a-decade redistricting process is about to start and more ->

KYUKPublic Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: LKSD Offering Transitional Housing To First-Year Bethel Teachers Amid Staffing Issues; LKSD Considering Opening Dual-Language Preschool In Bethel In January 2020; Lights Out At Quinhagak Runway As Village Searches For Solutions and more ->

Alaska Native News: UPDATE: All Bodies Recovered from Security Aviation Crash Site; Soldotna man Has Bad Dream Ends up Jailed; Southeast Man Sentenced for 2017 Illegal Commercial Diving Case and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Company: Workers disciplined after Anchorage video of thrown packages hits social media; Fairbanks City Council to introduce proposed vaping tax and more ->
Alaska Highway News , Ann Levin / The Associated Press: 17 stories inspired by great American paintings
Since the writers he’s chosen tend to specialize in crime and genre fiction, the stories are chock-full of loners, losers and cynics who get to say snappy lines like, “Sex. Religion. Dining out. Sooner or later, some human being is going to make you regret participating in any or all of the above.” (Spoken by the enterprising heroine of Jan Burke’s “Superficial Injuries.”)