Alaska News October 20, 2022

KTUU: Alaska Federation of Natives kicks off convention week with the AFN Tribal Conference; Tribal leaders request permit to be withdrawn for Donlin Gold Mine project; Alaska Zoo in critical need of frozen fish donations; 2 mountains formerly known as Suicide Peaks gets new Dena’ina name and more ->
KTOO: In busy month, HAARP will do everything from making video art to bouncing a signal off the moon; Ketchikan celebrates Filipino American history, culture at 2nd annual Fil-Am Festival; Alaska Native tribes can now apply to pilot program for increasing tribal control of local schools and more ->
KYUK: Calista Corporation’s fall dividend totals $3.85M and more ->
Alaska Native News: Motorist Shoots, kills Self During Early Morning Traffic Stop in North Pole; This Day in Alaska History-October 20th, 1897 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Break the Silence: Victim advocates continue outreach on domestic violence on Fort Wainwright and more ->
KINY: Devon Brown sentenced to 18 Years for two 2017 Anchorage shootings; Coast Guard rescues man, 2 dogs in Freshwater Bay; SHI awarded grant to expand capacity for online digital collections and more ->
KSTK: Wrangell economic forum prompts conversations about local inclusion and racism and more ->
KRBD: Students appeal to state forestry officials and governor to stop clear cut near Whale Pass and more ->
Craig Medred: A packraft death