KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Mat-Su school district bans transgender girls from school-sponsored girls teams and sports; A bill to solidify village public safety has passed. Now what?; Preventing elder abuse by early intervention in hospice care and more ->
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Quinhagak man sentenced to 99 years for murder; Small plane makes emergency landing on Anchorage streets; Blood Banks continues to see a heightened need of O negative and O positive blood; Quadriplegic author publishing third book Writes using voice instead of hands and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Alaska Department of Corrections wants prisoners to have tablets to aid reentry and more ->
KYUK Public Media for Alaska’s Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta: Superintendent Dee Dee Ivanoff is helping St. Mary’s stay safe as the surrounding tundra burns and more ->
Alaska Native News: Avian Influenza Detected in a Red Fox in Unalaska; Dunleavy Announces First 2022 Salmon Donation to Yukon Kuskokwim Region; This Day In Alaska History June 15th, 1921 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: ‘Fentanyl is a different animal’ – Alaska mother touts new education bill as fentanyl continues to kill and more ->
The Arctic Sounder: Kotzebue fashion designer showcased her work in Toronto; New Utqiagvik pizzeria features ‘generous ingredients and friendly service’ and honors late local pizza maker; Youth learn to bridge Inupiaq, Western worlds and more ->
KINY: City and Borough of Sitka Assembly discusses marijuana taxation ordinance; Juneau superintendent addresses floor sealant, milk mix-up at school; State Farm Donates to Find Your Fire and more ->
The Seward Journal: June 15 to June 21, 2022
KFSK: Climbers summit remote mainland peaks near Petersburg; Norwegian cruise ship comes to Little Norway and more ->
Craig Medred: Canada’s anger
Sen. Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) at a Veterans Affairs Committee Hearing – June 14, 2022
Anchorage Police Department Local AgencyDeputy Community Relations Director Laura Holman: June is internet safety month.
June is internet safety month. So it’s a great time to review our kids online behavior and learn how we can help them stay safer while using the internet. There are lots of good reasons for kids to be online – education, entertainment, and to socialize with friends and family. But there are also risks they face, including online enticement, sextortion, and cyberbullying. Parents, please talk to your kids regularly about safe internet and social media behavior and monitor their activity. Some of the most common issues our School Resource Officers (SROs) encounter throughout the school year are sexting, bullying, harassment, and threats, but these threats don’t stop just because it’s summer. It’s important your children understand what is acceptable behavior and what is not. If you or your child notices anything questionable or suspicious online, please report it to APD immediately so we may investigate and determine if any criminal action has occurred. For more resources on how to keep your kids safe on the internet, check out https://www.safewise.com/resources/internet-safety-kids/
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KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Small plane makes emergency landing on Anchorage streets; Name released in Anchorage’s homicide-suicide; Anchorage police investigating early morning shooting; Telling Alaska’s Story: Staying at the Kate Kennedy House in McCarthy is a window back in time and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Where to find the latest information on Alaska wildfires and more ->
Alaska Native News: Husband Arrested for Murder in Death of Kimberly Bridges of Fox; Troopers Arrest One in Tanacross on Attempted Murder Charges Sunday Morning; This Day In Alaska History June 13th, 1994, June 14th, 1944 and more ->
KFSK: Petersburg Parks and Rec partly reopen after weeks of repairs, cleaning and more ->
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: East Fork Fire taken over by incident management team; Alaskan college senior planning expedition to test water quality in Superior National Forest; Blaine’s Art annual Mixed Media Fair brings tie dye shirts to 2022 and more ->
Alaska Native News: AST Investigate Death of 21-Year-Old Akiak Man; One Dead, Three Injured in Parks Highway Roll Over; Washington Resident Luisantonio Indicted on Fentanyl Charges; This Day In Alaska History June 12th, 1916 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska high court reverses ruling that roiled House election; Volunteers undertake stream cleaning at Noyes Slough, Chena River and more ->
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: 2 rescued from flipped plane on Lake Hood; Fish and Game mishap at Anchorage hatchery leads to death of thousands of king salmon smolt; Roadtrippin’ 2022: Beyond the end of the road in McCarthy; Military appreciation week on JBER and more ->
Must Read Alaska: Judge decides library stabber may walk free on Monday
Angela Harris was stabbed while returning borrowed items at the Loussac Library on Sunday afternoon, Feb 13, 2022. Ahkivgak came up to her from behind in the lobby of the library as she approached the return chute. Her injuries were additionally severe because the man’s knife hit her spinal cord, causing paralysis. He had attacked two other women in months leading up to his attack on Harris, and had been released on those attacks, too.
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Two residents escape Turnagain neighborhood house fire; Father calls on Alaska governor to ban what he calls ‘deadly’ guardrails, which he claims killed his daughter Steve Eimers’ lawsuit claims X-Lites have design flaws but the manufacturer maintains their guardrail is safe.; Ironworker program narrows field of applicants with cutthroat interview process and more ->
Alaska Native News: Tok REDDI driver Jailed on Several Charges Thursday Night; Troopers Respond to Wildwood after Inmate Fights with Correctional Officer over Controlled Substance; UAF Scientists Find New Indicators of Alaska Permafrost Thawing; This Day In Alaska History June 10th, 1914 and more ->
KINY: Alaska State Troopers launch online reporting program statewide; Update: Sitka law enforcement arrests juveniles in harbor arson case; Juneau man indicted on 3 counts of sexual assault and more ->
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Police investigating pair of deaths in Fairview neighborhood; Two Fairbanks men charged with murder; Thunderstorms knock out power for many Kenai Peninsula residents; Lightning strike burns roof of Wasilla hotel and more ->
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Report documenting boarding school deaths, abuse and loss of culture is a good first step, advocates say; National advocates support Alaska foster children’s appeal over state taking their social security benefits; Juneau doubles down on its rejection of The Glory Hall’s downtown affordable housing plans and more ->
KINY: Juneau man arrested for 1st degree sexual abuse of a minor; Winners named for Sealaska Heritage Institute’s Juried Art Show and Competition; Interior phasing out plastic water bottles at national parks and more ->
KFSK: Petersburg to pursue remote state dock, boat ramp; Petersburg hosts two for top fire/EMS job Petersburg hosts two for top fire/EMS job; Borough looks to medical center for assisted living management and more ->
Chugach Alaska Corporation: The Nuuciq Spirit Camp 2022 application deadline has been extended through Friday, June 10.
Slots are still available for attendees for both July 9–16 and July 16–23. Camp staff applications are still open for Head Cook and Anchorage Point of Contact. Go to the CHF website to submit your application today!
KTUU Alaska’s News Source: Police looking for Anchorage man involved in gun disturbance; Alaska firefighters battling blaze near 9 structures; Coast Guard rescues 2 after plane crashes off Alaska island; Nominations open for Farm Family of the Year; Roadtrippin’ 2022: Visiting the Alpine Historical Park in Sutton and more ->
Alaska Native News: 17-Year-Old Teen to be Tried as an Adult in Saturday’s Homicide Investigation; Attorney General Taylor Recused from Correspondence School Allotment Advice in May; This Day In Alaska History June 7th, 1942, June 8th, 1957 and more ->
Fairbanks News Webcenter 11: Alaska to end COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Order and more ->
KINY: Man sentenced to 12 years for sexual abuse of a minor; Crowd gathers in Juneau to welcome Celebration canoes; Alaska tribe nominates Pribilof Islands area for sanctuary and more ->
Listen to a more in-depth interview with Michele Yatchmeneff on the Seawolf Voices podcast to hear her talk in greater detail about growing up between Anchorage and the Aleutian Islands, her educational trajectory, the Alaska Native Success Initiative and more. Available on Spotify, Audible and YouTube.
KTOO Alaska’s Public Media: Biologists share tips for staying safe around bears in Southeast Alaska; Moose population boom, linked to climate change, inspires some hunting changes; Juneau Assembly may ask voters how to pay for grocery sales tax exemption; Disc golfer says proposed course in Juneau park could dissuade other trail users and more ->
Alaska Native News: Remains of Wasilla Woman sent for Autopsy after her Discovery near her Big Lake Cabin; Alaska State and Wildlife Troopers of the Year Announced; This Day In Alaska History June 6th, 1914 and more ->
KINY: Bi-annual Quilting Show Returns to Centennial Hall; Traffic stop sees man with outstanding warrant attempt to flee officers and more ->
Alone in Remote Alaska: Meet the YouTuber: Get to Know Alone Off Grid
Morbid Midnight: In July of 1958, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked the Alaskan Panhandle, rupturing the Fairweather fault, and setting off a chain of events that would claim the lives of several unsuspecting people. This is the story of that fateful day.