Alaska News December 17, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Radio outages impacting Coast Guard response in Southeast, Southcentral Alaska; Interview with DA: Barrett claimed to be unwilling participant in Grunwald murder; Anchorage Assembly to introduce new alcohol tax proposal; Thinking of buying a home in Alaska? There’s a class for that and more ->
KTUU: Administration department seeks donations to assist with rural Real ID campaign; Alaska Native names chosen for star and exoplanet millions of miles away; TECH BEAT 12-17-2019; Dimond High School names field after longtime booster Don Winchester; Salvation Army to give out hundreds of toys and holiday meals; Her best shot, Kikkan Randall music video helps fight cancer and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska utility regulators ask Hilcorp, BP for more details on $5.6B deal; Russia’s military dominance over Arctic grows while US treads water, security experts tell Senate panel; Bill would give Alaskans an advisory role in Arctic shipping; Proposed Nuyakuk Falls hydroproject to test impacts on salmon; There are plenty of herring to catch in Bristol Bay, but there’s nowhere to sell them and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Initial Court Appearance Announced For Chris Carmichael; Stay Off Straight Slough Warns BSAR As Open Holes Persist On Kuskokwim River; Sweet Treats Raise Thousands Of Dollars To Help People Learn To Swim and more ->
Alaska Native News: Alaska Guard Military Police Company Redeploys From Kuwait and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Ester Fire Station: Tips for preventing holiday house fires; DOT urges safety and patience during snow removal operations and more ->
By Associated Press, The Seattle Times: Alaska pays $500K to woman for failure to warn of attacker
Craig Medred: Infernal combustion