Alaska News March 20, 2024

KTUU: Anchorage landlords to be required to license short-term rentals; Violations of city code, genitalia-shaped cookies, alleged pressure to drop domestic violence charges: Anchorage ombudsman’s office releases report about behavior in city hall and more ->

KTOO: Time is running out for legislators to increase internet speeds for Alaska’s rural schools; Tongass Voices: Nimmy Philips and Enrique Cabrera on what makes a restaurant special and more ->

KYUK: Missing woman located unharmed and more ->

Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: 176th Wing hosts tour for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska; ANC Takes Flight With Four New Routes Summer 2024; Marine scientist rows across the Atlantic; This Day in Alaskan History-March 20th, 1985 and more ->


Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: UAF athlete talks perfect score on college rifle’s biggest stage; Trial date set for Loving Companions animal cruelty case and more ->

KINY: Versace Sperl indicted for Anchorage homicide; Paul James Jr. sentenced to 104.5 years for sexual assault and other convictions; Attorney General Treg Taylor joins 27 states encouraging SCOTUS overturn of gun and magazine ban in Illinois; Bill to support Alaska farmers passes the Senate and more ->


KBD: Alaska aquaculture is growing quickly, but faces roadblocks and more ->

By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: The Stunning Landscape In Alaska That Appears As Though It Was Ripped From A Painting


Alaska Wildland Fire Information: BLM Alaska Fire Service Smokejumper training jumps start March 25
Alaska Dude with Dogs: Moose meet dogs through the glass door