Alaska News January 25, 2022

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Telling Alaska’s Story: Meet Ms. Wheelchair Alaska USA; Alaska attorney general joins others in call for tougher approach toward fentanyl; Parents of Alaskan Olympians watch from afar; Musher whose dog team was hit by a truck last week has pulled out of Iditarod, Willow 300; UAF scientists seek to further improve sea ice forecasts and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Why are some of Juneau’s street lights glowing purple?; Investigators testify about losing potential witnesses after 1993 UAF campus murder and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Bethel police found the body of a man behind Standard Oil Road; More tiny homes are coming to the Y-K Delta thanks to pandemic relief funds. But are they a good idea?; On Jan. 25, Bethel City Council is set to consider mask exemptions for student athletes and ATVs on Chief Eddie Hoffman Highway and more ->
Alaka Native News: Alaska State Troopers Conduct Prostitution Sting; This Day In Alaska History January 25th, 1918 and more ->
KINY: EXPLAINER: How Alaska’s unique new election system works; CBJ Clerk frustrated with Postal Service answers to ballots not postmarked in Fall election and more ->
Resurrection Bay Historical Society: The next Resurrection Bay Historical Society membership meeting will start at 7 pm Thursday, Jan. 27 in the Community Room. It will be preceded at 6 pm by a brainstorming session to establish upcoming priorities for the organization.
KFSK: Classroom closures are last resort for substitute teacher shortage in Petersburg and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan officials to crack down on camping in some city-owned parking lots after new measure passes City Council and more ->
By Dominique-Noelle Rafael, Anchorage Patch: The Anchorage Museum is encouraging everyone to check out their Alaska exhibition.; The ASID Alaska Chapter is presenting “A New World of Acoustics” this Wednesday at 12:00 PM. And more ->
Craig Medred: The Outlaw