Alaska News December 04, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Sammye Seawell, founder of Alaska Zoo, dies; Wasilla security camera catches rough doorstep delivery on camera; Anchorage police searching for missing woman and more ->
KTUU: “Hoverboard dentist” appears in court for Medicaid fraud, malpractice; New regulation would allow jet skis in Kachemak Bay; How the epidemic of the Spanish Flu changed Bristol Bay; City assembly votes to shorten studded tire season; Gov. Dunleavy answers questions from Ch. 2 News viewers; 2YH: Antibiotic Awareness so you don’t build up a resistance to it; SOY: Yoga Kids and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska confirms first suspected case of e-cigarette or vaping-related lung injury; Dunleavy names Barnhill as acting revenue commissioner and more ->

Alaska Native News: Coast Guard Names Two New Coast Guard Cities in Alaska, Washington; Valley Couple Wanted for Mail Theft, Fraud Turn Themselves in to Troopers; USDA Invests $18.88 Million in Rural Broadband for Alaskan Families USDA Invests $18.88 Million in Rural Broadband for Alaskan Families and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Corrections: Man convicted of murder, kidnapping dies; Alaska Section of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion focuses on Diabetes prevention and new program; UPDATE: Councilmember submits request to reconsider vote protesting renewal of The Spur’s liquor license and more ->

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