Alaska News October 11, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Full interview: Native Peoples Action director on murdered, missing Alaska Native women; Alaska Zoo hosts Wolf Day and howling contest this Saturday; Ways to manage pain safely, with or without medication; 4-time Iditarod winner Jeff King discusses new film on the origin of the race and more ->
KTUU: “He was a good husband” – Wife defends man suspected of recorded murder; Hatcher Pass slammed with over two feet of snow; Eklutna Dam is gone, but water diversion is still keeping salmon from thriving; More incidents or reporting? Looking into Alaska’s high rates of rape; Lyutyik, the well-loved polar bear at the Alaska Zoo, isn’t doing too well; Dimond High School swimmer disqualified over her swimsuit to appear on the “Kelly Clarkson Show”; Handyman gives tips on what your home needs for the winter and more ->
KTOO Public Media: A tiny insect is causing major tree damage in Southeast Alaska. Scientists hope it’s a blip. More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: K300 Race Registration Opens Oct. 14; Two Local Race Dates Announced and more ->
Alaska Native News: Kodiak Man Arrested after 15-Mile Chase; Middle Alaska Once Again Part of the Cryosphere and more->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Opportunity for residents of Fairbanks to be ‘storm spotters’ for National Weather Service; Road Conditions Salcha-Badger Road Area Plan finalized, community plan for growth from Eielson’s F-35’s; Fairbanks high school students get firsthand look at judicial system and more->
The Arctic Sounder: New store management seeks input for Stuaqpak transition; In Unalaska, cruise ships bring possibility and peril; Opinion: Peratrovich leaves strong legacy and more ->
Craig Medred: Good-bye love
Alaska Children’s Trust: Harnessing the power of partnerships