Alaska News November 01-02, 2023

KTUU: Alaska veterans speak on battle with hearing loss; White raven and white rabbits. One is rare air, one is a not-so-rare hare and more ->


KTOO: Juneau’s South Seward Street officially renamed Heritage Way and more ->
KYUK: Large sheen on Kuskokwim River seen following Steamboat Slough spill; Calista Corporation announces 2023 Elders’ Benefit Distribution and more ->

Alaska Native News: Truck Driver Killed in Exchange of Gunfire with Law Enforcement on the Parks Wednesday; Kenai man arrested for threatening U.S. Senator; Reginald Childers II Wanted on Two Felony Warrants; DEA Executes Operation Bottleneck to Prevent the Diversion of Controlled Substances and Keep Communities Safe; This Day in Alaska History-November 1, 1947; This Day in Alaska History-November 2nd, 1920 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Badger Road vehicle accident leaves one person dead; FNSB Assembly amends Title 17 to ease process of land development after unauthorized subdivisions and more ->

KINY: Richard Robinson sentenced to 15 years for sexual assault; Born to heal: Alaska Native blends traditional and Western medicine to promote maternal heart health and more ->
KSTK: As some Wrangell at.óow return home, ongoing efforts seek to repatriate other clan items stored across the country; Wrangell leaders grapple with how to start enforcing local nuisance codes and more ->

KFSK: Devil’s Thumb Shooters compete in Juneau and more ->
KRBD: Ketchikan residents focus on mental health resources amid September rise in suicide rate; Department of Transportation unveils plans for Ketchikan’s aging infrastructure; Ketchikan Wellness Coalition receives $3.75 million youth drug prevention grant and more ->

KMXT Midday Report