Alaska News December 08, 2022

KTUU: Intoxicating hemp edibles found in Anchorage stores ‘I have a problem when kids get hurt and our legal industry gets hurt’; Historic snowstorm buries Anchorage in over a foot of snow and more ->

KTOO: Arraignment held for suspect in September killing of Juneau counselor; Cook Inlet beluga birth rates lower than expected, study finds; Carving a future for the Tongass National Forest and more ->

Alaska Native News: Calista Corporation Launches Website Showcasing Shareholder-Owned Businesses; An interdisciplinary approach to coastal resilience in Alaska; This Day in Alaska History-December 8th, 1915 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska State Trooper patrol leads to arrest of three men with outstanding warrants; Health Watch: Alaska uses education, Naloxone to fight opioid crisis; Interior Alaska feels magnitude 3.7 earthquake and more ->

KINY: Fairbanks man sentenced to 78 months for years-long fraud and identity theft; Former Federal Contractor sentenced for bribery scheme; SHI to sponsor lecture by archaeologist on discovery of ancient stone fish weir and more ->
KSTK: Wrangell tree-lighting and ‘Midnight Madness’ scheduled for Saturday and more ->


KFSK: Petersburg Borough’s New Electronic Fingerprint Machine Will Help with Law Enforcement, Childcare Crisis, and Labor Shortage; Petersburg Moose Burger Bank Distributes 1,748 Pounds of Meat and more ->

KRBD: City of Craig takes a small step toward library changes and more ->


By David James, ADN: More than a century of tales from the trails in ‘Wheels on Ice: Stories of Cycling in Alaska’