Alaska News January 08, 2020

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: FEMA may conflict with Anchorage School Board policy, earthquake repair funding in question; News RCA: More time needed to review confidentiality requests in BP-Hilcorp deal; Ice jam on Kenai River causes flooding and road closures and more ->
KTUU: 2,000 Alaska-based troops in Iraq as Middle East conflict escalates; Plan in place for Willow ice jam; Assembly hears from voters on fiscal situation; Another collapsing bunk bed prompts broad inspections at the Anchorage jail; Get ready… It’s Girl Scout Cookie season! More ->
KTOO Public Media: Opening the Arctic Refuge brought Alaska’s largest Native corporation $22.5M from BP and Chevron; Public Defender Agency says Alaska shouldn’t join other states in failing low-income defendants; Unrest at Aleutian volcano increases, triggering aviation warnings and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Donlin Gold Recieves More State Permits; Alaska Hovercraft Grades Ice Road Between Napaskiak and Kwethluk; Slaviq Begins In Bethel and more ->

Alaska Native News: James Michael Wells Sentenced to Life for Airstation Kodiak Coast Guard Murders; DPS Moves Forward with Wireless 9-1-1 Implementation and Consolidation of Emergency Communication Services; Search for Eluding Suspicious Driver in Soldotna Results in Arrest on Multiple Warrants; Fairbanks-Based Troopers Arrest Two During Sexual Assault Investigation Tuesday Night/Wednesday Morning; The Physics of 40 Below and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks man arrested for engaging in sexual conduct with his service dog; Fairbanks Police warn against arrest warrant phone scam; New tariffs on commodities take effect at the Port of Alaska; Wood stove registration begins, are you affected? More ->

Craig Medred: Icy North
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Fairbanks old-timers are nation’s youngest old-timers and more ->