Alaska News September 08, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt talks about charter flight safety in Alaska; Disaster Assistance Center is open to help victims of wildfires and more ->
KTUU: ASD says with new training and policy, changes are evident following alleged hazing incident last summer; AACP President visits Anchorage; Engineers in Alaska using the sun to chill thawing permafrost; Volunteers put finishing touches on Folker Park project and more ->
Alaska Native News: Air Guard Combat Rescue Officer Promoted to Colonel; Thermometers at Work Everywhere in Alaska and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Fire Department seeks public’s help for information on structure fire; Alaska Corrections agrees to settlement that changes policies for Muslim inmates; Residents invited to pizza with local law enforcement and more ->

Alaska News September 07, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Man has life-threatening injuries after hit-and-run, APD seeks silver pickup; Small plane lands on Glenn Highway near Eklutna exit; Anchorage Parks and Recreation says trail improvements have made them safer; Inside the Gates: Innovation lab creates space for ideas to come to life; Suicide prevention: Help is available at Alaska’s VA and more ->
KTUU: Court finds state improperly managed foster kids’ money; NOAA Fisheries sued for permitting Hilcorp seismic blasting in Cook Inlet; “No ducks left behind”: Great Alaska Duck Race is coming this weekend; Gift economy in Anchorage gives members a new sense of community; PHOTO GALLERY: Northern lights put on a show; 100 Women Who Care and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Ketchikan leaders ponder consequences of Prince Rupert ferry cancellation; Alaska attorney general joins Supreme Court brief arguing transgender discrimination is legal; With $500,000 in support from Sealaska, landless Alaska Native communities continue push for their own village corporations; On the eve of a plastic bag ban, is Anchorage ready? More ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Elders Rescued Moose Hunters. Now Hunters Are Looking For Them To Say ‘Thank You’ and more ->
Alaska Native News: Young Cosponsors Bipartisan Legislation to Strengthen Financial Aid and Support; Comment Period Extended for Willow Development Plan Draft Analysis and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Local marijuana shop burglarized; Costco employee arrested for spending over $10,000 on customer card; Troopers arrest two people in connection with robbery at Fairbanks hotel; Fairbanks’ Veteran artists celebrated on first Friday and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Cruising in a wooden boat; Both local, international artists in spotlight at September First Friday and more ->
TheMargaret A. DeMaioribus, KNOM Radio Mission: Nome Static, Transmission 661: September 2019
The Arctic Sounder: Crews hail start of fall whaling; Utqiagvik logs more than 60 days above freezing and more ->

Alaska News September 06, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: AFD gets East Anchorage house fire under control in less than 15 minutes; Grunwald’s girlfriend recounts frantic search after disappearance; Drought, lower water levels impact Potter Marsh; Alaska court awards attorney fees to Planned Parenthood; Alaska Vegan Society on turning to plant-based meat alternatives and more ->
KTUU: APD: Woman hit by car was not in the crosswalk, Investigation underway; NTSB round table to address air taxi service safety underway Friday; Alaska museum to hold native remains until returned to tribe; Linguist’s death leaves a dream of a lost language revived and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Unalaska recovers $2.3M after phishing email scam; Here’s how a Kenai Peninsula wildfire could cause higher electric bills in Anchorage and Fairbanks; US-China trade dispute stalls timber sale negotiations in Haines and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Secretary DeVos, Sen. Sullivan Respond To Questions On Erosion Threatened Schools and more ->
Alaska Native News: High-Visibility Traffic Enforcement Effort Concludes with DUI Arrests and More; Alaska Fugitive Arrested in Philippines and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Fairbanks Community Needs Drive’ collecting donations to benefit nonprofits; Fairbanks ‘Artist of the Year’ holds showcase and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Atmospheric rivers sometimes soak Alaska and more ->
Suzanne Downing Must Read Alaska: Breaking: UAF study says government wrong on World Trade Center collapse; Attorney General issues statement on recall process and more ->

Alaska News September 05, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: 2 charged with manslaughter in Sand Point overdose death; ANTHC offers free suicide prevention training for Alaska Natives; Studded tires are tearing into Alaska’s finances. Do Alaskans really need them? More ->
KTUU: EPA announces JBER settlement over hazardous waste; Four Alaska high schools nationally recognized by Special Olympics; Alaska city and electric utility to build battery system and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska’s ferry system to end service to Prince Rupert, British Columbia; Tour bus driver who hit and killed Skagway’s mayor in 2018 pleads guilty; West Juneau double homicide trial now underway and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: State Troopers Dispatch Aerial Search For Missing Tuntutuliak Boater; With 24-Hr Extension, LKSD Meets Deadline To Transfer Napakiak Fuel and more ->
Alaska Native News: Reduced Fuel Tax Revenue Requires Closure of Silver Tip Maintenance Station on Seward Highway and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Teen arrested for shooting that sent three to the hospital; Trial for Palmer man accused of murder began in Fairbanks today; Military Report: Fairbanks purple heart recipient honored with trip to West Point; Cultural communications training offered for Fairbanks local businesses and more ->
By Rachel Cassandra, Narratively: How to Stay Sane as a Female Deckhand in Alaska As one of very few women working in Alaska salmon country, I learned how to gut a fish and swallow its heart. But an even harder trick was navigating the torrential sea of masculinity.

Alaska News September 04, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Trial for third Grunwald murder suspect begins Wednesday; Rabbit Creek Elementary vandalized over holiday weekend; Early morning arson arrest leads police to charge suspect in Service High fire; Groups sue over rules they say could harm belugas in Alaska; International organization set to meet in Juneau next week and more ->
KTUU: APD: Arson suspect arrested, tied to two fires; Bumps in the road to legalizing on-site inhalation of marijuana in Anchorage; Burn ban for Kenai and Mat-Su boroughs rescinded after rain; Anchorage wrestler overcomes birth defect to win Triple Crown and more->
KTOO Public Media: Savoonga artists bring blanket toss to Juneau; After leaving Trump administration, Balash will work for oil company that’s developing an Alaska project and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Kwethluk Gets New Battery Storage Project; Akiak Receives Funding To Move 6 Homes Closest To Eroding Riverbank and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska judge questions emergency used to cut Medicaid rates today; CDC issues warning about young Alaskans vaping and more ->
By Bob Coupland Reporter, Tribune Chronicle: Packard offspring’s life was anything but conventional
By Nathaniel Herz, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Anchorage, Alaksa Public Media: Wildfires and warming could transform Alaska’s forests, making leafy trees dominant over evergreens, study says
Suzanne Downing, Must Read Alaska: Cold case arrest in Shelley Connolly murder; Walmart gets out of gun and ammo business; Alaska Life Hack: What’s a hundred dollars worth in Alaska? More ->
By Catherine Armstrong, Only In Your State Alaska: This Alaska Legend Will Send Chills Down Your Spine
Craig Medred: Patagonia attacks
Barbara Brown Our Third Thirds: Gizmos: Part II
By Indra Arriaga, anchorage Press: The Child Behind the Eyes: Persistence of Art Alaska-based team takes production to Nova Scotia

Alaska News September 03, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Body of missing Seward man found, launching police investigation; Six-year-old girl comes up with special thanks for firefighters battling wildfires and more ->
KTUU: UPDATE: Longtime Alaska youth sports supporter Bill Leavell dies; APD release the name of shooting victim killed on Aug. 30; Team Rubicon lends helping hands to Valley-area residents following devastating wildfires and more ->
Alaska Native News: No Acknowledgement from Our politicians This day and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Iconic KFAR tower taken down; Badger Road striping to begin on Tuesday September 3 and more ->
Only In Your State Alaska: The Meatza Wagon Is At Least An Hour From Every Major City In Alaska But Worth The Drive To Get There; Here Are 9 Museums In Alaska That Are Just Too Cool For Words; The 6 Most Memorable Roadhouses Where You Can Experience Old Alaska and more ->
By NANCY MAPLE Special to The Villager: Carla Williams hits ground running as new member of Village community


Alaska News September 02, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Alaska villagers pay airfare in effort to keep out drugs; Wasilla church offers help and collects donations for McKinley Fire victims and more ->
KTUU: Coast guardsman found dead in Valdez home; Assembly to consider establishing organized homeless camps; WEIO Blanket Toss and more ->
By Ben Raker, associate editor, Alaska Beyond Magazine: Customer Service Legend Ron Wallin: “He leads by example”

Alaska News September 01, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Expect long delays on the Sterling Highway for Labor Day weekend as Swan Lake Fire grows; Alaska fisheries lobbyist violates salmon fishing boundaries; Newly installed technology to assist Alaska fire department and more ->
KTUU: Alaska wildland firefighting costs increase nearly 73% in a little over a week; From the ashes of the McKinley Fire, the gift of a new home; Bartlett Golden Bears celebrate 50 years of football and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Earthquake shakes Southeast Alaska, no tsunami danger and more ->
Rasmuson Foundation: ‘Where you get the greatest impact’
Craig Medred: The paddlers

Alaska News August 31, 2019

Michael J. Dunleavy, Alaska Governor: This Week | 8/24 – 8/30 Wildfire Update ➡ Secretary DeVos’s Alaska Visit ➡ The Attorney General’s Janus Opinion ➡ The signing of SB 83 ➡ The appointment of Laddie Shaw
KTVA The Voice of Alaska: South Korean ambassador in Anchorage say thanks to Korean War veterans; Man sentenced to 40 years in jail for 2012 stabbing of APD officer; How does school choice pertain to students in areas of Alaska that have no choice? More ->
KTUU: APD investigating ‘suspicious’ shooting death; Alaska’s Rickyjon Baglenorth wins bronze at Pan American Junior Championships; Alaska YouTube creator is making a name for herself and more ->
KTOO Public Media: Alaska nonprofits shrink staffing and services to keep homeless sheltered; Music: Rockabilly musicians Deke Dickerson and Sally Jo tour Southeast Alaska and more ->

KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Moose Season Is Here; Dealing With Erosion Is Complicated. Who Can Help? More ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: North Pole house fire determined to be arson; Gardening Report: Mossy Lawns and more->
The Homer Tribune: FISH FACTOR: Undersea farming is booming in Alaska and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Oldest woman in Utqiagvik passes away and more ->
By Craig Medred: The AK connection

Alaska News August 30, 2019

KTVA The Voice of Alaska: Sheep Creek Lodge owners who evacuated leave doors open for firefighters; Wasilla company fighting Starbucks over trademark; Pilot says bright sun contributed to Lake Hood floatplane crash; How To Start A YouTube Channel and more ->

KTUU: K-9 Midas is back home and recovering after being attacked; $54,000 worth of guitars donated to Anchorage School District; Assembly hosts town hall to discuss UA restructuring; Whaley School works to change public perception and more ->

KTOO Public Media: Harris Air to end flight service in September; Internal email casts uncertainty on future of BP Alaska employees; Is the USDA now leaning toward a full exemption of the Roadless Rule in Alaska? Gardentalk – Is the drought over? Can I stop watering now? More ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Alaska Division Of Public Health Short On Nurses In Bethel; City Of Bethel Sells Fuel Tanks To Help With Napakiak School Erosion; Pinky’s Park Boardwalk Lighting Fully Approved and more ->
Alaska Native News: Investigation Results in Summons, Closure of Homer Wedding Venue; Tazing Lands Ketchikan Woman in Jail; Atmospheric Rivers Sometimes Soak Alaska; Bacteria Feeding on Arctic Algae Blooms can Seed Clouds and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Secretary of Education DeVos spoke with Fairbanks leadership re: workforce development; University of Alaska Fairbanks introduces college credit program for high school students; Coaches barred by superintendent after football training exercise results in student injuries; Federal grant awarded to fix aging Seward Highway bridges and more ->
The Homer Tribune: Extreme conditions extend wildfire season to Sept. 30; Homer to host Alaska World Arts Festival next week and more ->

The Arctic Sounder: Hot summer means unusual harvest at AKP garden; Arctic Slope Native Association names new president and more ->

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