In Friday’s News: First step in disaster declaration to bring aid to entire fishing communities, not just commercial operations; Another strong windstorm expected in Anchorage this weekend; NPS first district in the state to have one-to-one iPad program; Nome’s Nick Morgan a National Merit Scholarship semi-finalist; Wasilla man underwent successful heart transplant, heart replaced was [...]
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In Thursday’s News: Acting US Secretary of Commerce declares commercial fishery failure on Yukon, Kuskokwim rivers and Cook Inlet; Kiana man missing after death of 74-year-old mother featured in “On the Ice”; NMFS has not followed through on ringed and bearded seal endangered species listing; MIT releases research finding additional chemicals affecting Arctic; Upcoming October [...]
In Wednesday’s News: NPD trying to locate 12-year-old RaeGene Nichols; State pulls license of child care facility after child suffocates on play equipment; Congress preparing a six-month stop gap funding bill; Jumbo jet blew out most of its tires during emergency landing in Anchorage; Study conducted on Kodiak Island could put Kittlitz’s Murrelet on endangered [...]
In Tuesday’s News: AST searching for Kiana’s Teddy Smith who is considered armed and dangerous; Shell hits another obstacle in drilling, this time a large ice island, drilling halted; Nome Common Council needs more tax and income information for upcoming decision on tax ordinance; UAF archaeologist studies use of driftwood in the Arctic.
In Monday’s News: 14-year-old Sammy Wilkakia is missing in Nome, last seen last Wednesday, AST say death of elderly Kiana woman suspicious, ABI & AST investigating; Gov. Parnell issues disaster declaration for Kivalina; Shell begins drilling in Chukchi Sea; AEA & DNR release study that shows likely sources of renewable energy in Alaska; Nome Volunteer [...]
This Thursday on Sounding Board (September 13, 2012 at 10am), we’re talking about gun safety. While two fatalities involving hunting rifles on the road system were reported last week, stories like this have been told in Western Alaska, too. Let’s be sure they are never told again. What’s a gun safety tip you learned that’s saved [...]
In Friday’s News: Emmonak Tribal Council considers reopening tribal court; Statoil delays exploration plans for 2015 after Shell’s delay this season; Woman fatally shot by hunting partner identified as Tarsicia Heath; Gov. Parnell’s staff says text messaging not public information, legislative attorney disagrees; NTSB investigates a 5,000-foot drop during an Era Alaska flight; Alaska PFD [...]
In Thursday’s News: Nome residents urge the ABC board to help combat scourge of alcoholism in Nome; Body of missing Marshall man, Paul Tinker, found in Yukon River; Two hunting fatalities occur within a week on road system; Power restored to most residents in Anchorage after wind storm; Nome residents give ideas to Nome Common [...]
In Wednesday’s News: Anchorage windstorm causes extensive damage, schools closed; Crews in Kivalina race winter freeze up to repair water lines; North Pole man to perform community service work for PFD fraud; Sec. of State Hilary Clinton to sign Memorandum of Understanding with Russia aimed to preserve Shared Beringian Heritage; US House Rep. Young holds [...]
In Tuesday’s News: August storms delay start of school year in Kivalina; State Attorney General asks that the Red Devil mine site be placed on National Priorities List; 61-year-old man dies in ATV crash in Mat-Su Borough; UAA Assistant Professor to study how many birds migrate to and from AK every year.
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