Alaska News March 25-27, 2024

KTUU: Wasilla police: Suspected drunk driving crash leaves 1 dead, highway closed for hours; Body of woman missing since December located in Eagle River; More information revealed about body of missing person found at Point Woronzof; Former Dimond star Alissa Pili’s collegiate career ends in NCAA tournament loss to Gonzaga and more ->


KTOO: Juneau’s hospital to receive $4M in federal dollars to improve emergency department; Legislature relaunches Alaska Children’s Caucus and more ->


KYUK: Nunam Iqua man charged with murdering woman during snowmachine trip; Annual tsunami warning system test coming Wednesday, March 27 and more ->

Alaska Native News: Coast Guard, Royal Canadian Navy conduct joint training exercise off Alaska coast; Ice experts aid U.S. military in Arctic Ocean exercise; This Day in Alaskan History-March 25th, 1914; This Day in Alaskan History-March 26th, 1958; This Day in Alaska History-March 27th, 1964 and more ->

KINY: Project seeks to gather Alaska environmental knowledge embedded in Indigenous languages; New workforce plan to meet Alaska workforce shortages and more ->

KFSK: Residents, biologists discuss freshwater king salmon closure and more ->


KRBD: Ketchikan Borough is considering raising airport parking rates and more ->

KMXT: Old Harbor hydroelectric powerhouse gets millions in funding to help finalize project that will benefit all residents and more ->


The 1964 Alaskan earthquake, also known as the Great Alaskan earthquake and Good Friday earthquake, occurred at 5:36 pm AKST on Good Friday, March 27.[3] Across south-central Alaska, ground fissures, collapsing structures, and tsunamis resulting from the earthquake caused about 131 deaths.[4]

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FYI: Hey City Nerds

FCC Informational Alert on behalf of the Anchorage Assembly

City Nerd Nite is back next week and it’s all about “Money Money Money” on Thurs. March 28 from 6-8pm at King St. Brewing Co.

Living in a city means we all contribute to sustain our community. Come hear from 7 Anchorage locals as they dissect the system we all pay into.

Topics include evaluating the Base Student Allocation (BSA), demystifying the tax cap and making sustainable energy investments.

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