Alaska News: October 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2022

KTUU: Borough, Wasilla mayors remember late Bert Cottle Cottle leaves behind a legacy in the Mat-Su Borough, Valdez and the State of Alaska; Iditarod removes vaccine requirement for 2023 race and more->
Dave Allgood, KTUU: Head-turning Anchorage dog combines function and fashion on bike rides with his owner.
KTOO: ‘Programmed to eat’: Northern pike mauls husky at North Pole gravel pit; AFN delegates say lack of veterinary care is an ‘ongoing public health crisis’; In lawsuit, former assistant accuses Alaska governor candidate Charlie Pierce of sexual harassment and more ->
KYUK: In a first for AFN, opening ceremonies recognize Indigenous women who have served in the military and more ->
Alaska Native News: Curtis Chevalier Pleads Guilty to Deaths of Two Workers in Naknek; Fairbanks Suspect Taken Down with Aid of K9 Kenny; Research reveals magma activity beneath Mount Edgecumbe Research reveals magma activity beneath Mount Edgecumbe; This Day in Alaska History-October 21st, 1903, This Day in Alaska History-October 22nd, 1951, This Day in Alaska History-October 23rd, 1960, This Day in Alaska History-October 24th, 1887 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: North Star Middle College expands from a program to a school and more ->
KINY: Tlingit, Haida potatoes added to menu at medical center; AFN President’s Awards Honorees for 2022 released; Virtual Alaska Fisherman EXPO to be held in November and more ->
KRBD: City Council OKs agreement to connect Ketchikan and Metlakatla power grids and more ->
KUCB: Nationwide labor shortage hits Alaska tugboats and more->
 Craig Medred: Mind readers
Craig Medred: Fish stories
By Megan McDonald, Only In Your State Alaska: This Alaska Gondola Ride Leads To The Most Stunning Fall Foliage You’ve Ever Seen
By Courtney, Only In Your State Alaska: A Terrifying, Deadly Tropical Storm Struck Alaska In 1977 And No One Saw It Coming