Alaska News September 24 & 25, 2022

KTUU: Businesses prepare to close doors after 24 years in downtown Anchorage Cabin Fever and Quilted Raven will take over a space on the other side of G Street and more ->
KTOO: No arrests and few details from police after Juneau woman found dead along popular trail and more ->
KYUK: Federal report finds bad communication, weather caused fatal 2020 Yute Commuter Services crash and more ->
Alaska Native News: Lower Kalskag Father Arrested for Murder after Fatally Stabbing Son Friday; This Day in Alaska History-September 24th, 1918; This Day in Alaska History-September 25th, 1907 and more ->

KSTK: Engineers to analyze Wrangell’s drinking water dam stability next week and more ->

KUCB: Alaska’s kelp farming industry hits tricky hurdle, despite high global demand and more ->

Craig Medred: Semi-annual bailouts
Craig Medred: Dangerous words
Craig Medred: Relentless tech

By Anchorage Daily News editorial board: EDITORIAL: What we must do to stem Alaska’s epidemic of violence against women

By Andrew Weaver, Outside: Yeti Coolers Are Washing Up on Alaska Beaches. Get Yours Today. “Cooler hunting” may be Alaskans’ new favorite sport

Peter Santenello: Living Off The Grid In Alaska 🇺🇸