Alaska News May 16, 2018

By Associated Press: Alaska’s lone nuclear power plant to be decommissioned
By Mary Simton: Wasilla man sentenced to serve 95 years for kidnapping, attempted murder
By Heather Hintze: David Grunwald’s parents testify in suspect’s murder trial
By Mary Simton: Eggs that ‘smelled like death’ shock Anchorage resident
By Liz Raines: Permanent Fund plan provides no dividend guarantees
By Alex DeMarban: Juneau man sues state, says selling bonds to pay oil companies is an illegal gimmick
By Peter Porco: When Japan invaded Alaska: What you need to know about the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Attu
By Associated Press: German museum returning looted items to indigenous Alaskans
By Shannon Ballard: Three Alaska women team up to create all new type of shoe
By Devin Kelly: On Anchorage’s windy mountainsides, turbines could reduce homeowners’ dependence on the grid
By Lauren Maxwell: Proposed ordinance would loosen rules for Accessory Dwelling Units
By Chris Klint: Nikolaevsk man blocked wildfire crew’s response, troopers say
By Chris Klint: Cordova hospital may close over FCC subsidy cuts
By Richard Mauer: Gov. Walker wades into homeless issue with expansion of task force
By Kortnie Horazdovsky: Nanooks name new women’s basketball head coach
By Steve Meyer: What started as a fishing trip turned into an emergency C-section — on a spiny dogfish
By Laurel Andrews: Hello, spring breakup: Watch as ice grinds along the Susitna River at Talkeetna
By Alex DeMarban: Test program in Alaska could pave way for drones’ expanded use in health, safety, environment
By Christine Trudeau, KYUK-Bethel: Indian Country Today editor on future of Native journalism
By Dayreak Staff: ‘The Altitude Journals’ author speaks in Anchorage
By Elliot Lanes: BWW Interview: Theatre Life with Bob Banghart and Georgia Stitt
Roadtrippin’: Knik Glacier
Moms Everyday Alaska: Salmon and spring veggies