Alaska News January 04, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Scandies Rose survivor: ‘I just wish the other guys would have made it’; Lieutenant alleges discrimination in lawsuit against APD, municipality; Troopers increase presence on KGB after community concern; Part of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge opens to snowmachiners; Alaska raises visiting, activity permit fees for state parks; Anchorage Museum exhibits encourage Alaskans to get excited about food and more ->

KTUU: Shishaldin Volcano experiences eruption; Marijuana tax revenues hit new record, more growth expected; New report paints grim picture about Alaska Native language fluency, but hope remains; Tournament highlights Alaskan basketball and culture; Outdoor Alaska: Trapping lynx and more ->

KTOO Public Media: A week after a fatal police shooting, a community searches for answers; State of Alaska weighs in against Native village in casino case; Alaska State Troopers correct court filing errors in Ketchikan arson case and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Two Men Arrested And Charged For Child Pornography In Bethel; Local Option Laws Will Take Effect In Bethel Jan. 6; Kuskokwim 300 Postpones Holiday Classic Again, K300 Race Committee Looking For Hosts For Mushers and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fort Wainwright aviators rescue plane crash survivors on New Year’s Eve; North Pole Police find 10-year-old driving car for intoxicated father; Sen. John Coghill discusses Alaska’s 61st birthday and his father Jack, constitution signatory; Judge rules former owners of North Pole refinery owe millions and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Looking back on a dynamic year across the Arctic; Alaska blackfish in a world of its own and more ->
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