Alaska News September 28 & 29, 2022

KTUU: Police charge man with murder in Muldoon homicide case; Student taken into custody after threatening call led to Service High lockdown; Inmate deaths in DOC custody has ACLU demanding answers ACLU is now calling for an independent review after 14 inmates have died this year, two this week alone and more ->
KTOO: Retired trooper to review Alaska’s cases of missing and murdered Indigenous people; At the language house in Kodiak, new learners keep the Alutiiq language alive; Remembering Jeremy Hsieh’s 13 years with KTOO; Garden Talk: Planting dreams of spring and more ->
KYUK: Bethel City Council approves new fitness center rates based on income and more ->
Alaska Native News: K9 Kenny Apprehends Hit and Run Driver in Fairbanks; U.S. Representative Mary Sattler Peltola announced as keynote speaker for the 2022 AFN Annual Convention; This Day in Alaska History-September 28th, 1907, This Day in Alaska History-September 29th, 1904 and more ->
KINY: Fairbanks man arrested after hit-and-run while driving stolen car; State troopers recover body of Soldotna man from lake; Friends of the Flags to take down state flags this weekend and more ->
The Seward Journal Septmber 28 to October 04, 2022
KRBD: New Coast Guard cutter Douglas Denman enters service after commissioning ceremony in Ketchikan and more->
KUCB: September storm brings hot weather and warning of increased tropical storm activity to Aleutians and more ->
Alaska Highway News: French Senate report denounces sexual abuse in porn industry
By Kathy Raymond, ADN: Letter: What’s at stake
Juneau Empire: Resilient Peoples & Place: The Xa’Kooch story pole — one step toward a journey of healing “This pole is for the Chookaneidi, but here among us, many clans are represented…”