Alaska News November 16, 2021

KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Police investigating suspicious death in East Anchorage; West Anchorage schools placed under ‘stay put’ mode for several hours after cafeteria fight and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Man killed at Fairbanks Safeway was ‘doing nothing more than walking outside with his groceries,’ mayor says; Alaska correctional officer smuggled drugs and phones into prison, charges say and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: AVCP has implemented a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for employees and more ->
Alaska Native News: Kotzebue Man Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison for Incessant Stalking; This Day In Alaska History November 16th, 1973 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska State Trooper arrested with multiple domestic violence assaults; Fairbanks Resource Center for Parents and Children receives funding for families during holiday months; Fairbanks Kiwanis Club prepares for annual tree sale and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Moose and caribou nonresident hunt closures go to hearing and more ->
KFSK: Concert pianist performs in Petersburg and gives parents some tips; Outbreak leads to short staffing at schools, hospital, borough and more ->
KRBD: Storms in British Columbia extend Ketchikan Public Utilities internet slowdown and more ->
Craig Medred: Fear not
By Samantha Bergeson, E Online: A Missing Woman’s Case Is Re-Examined 18 Years Later in Evil in Alaska New Oxygen true crime series Fatal Frontier: Evil in Alaska focuses on the devastating disappearances and murders of Indigenous women in Alaska. Watch the chilling sneak peek.
By Rhonda McBride, KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Thursday, November 11th: ANCSA, The Women Behind the Act