In this newscast:
- The Alaska Marine Highway System could shut down this spring;
- The new owners of Alaska’s largest newspaper laid off reporters, editors and other employees;
- A 20-year-old California man who illegally shot two brown bears and a deer in Southeast Alaska has been fined $10,000; and
- As ocean temperatures rise from climate change, new species could move into Alaska waters.
- With the Trump administration, King Cove is looking into new options to make their dream of a road to Cold Bay a reality. But environmental groups argue the road would harm wildlife in the Izembek Refuge and any plan should require public input and Congressional approval.
- In Ketchikan, people can come up to the landfill and take what they want, which saves the city time, space and money.
- The road to Eielson was coated with ice. The F-35's ability to operate on an icy runway is one of many cold-weather tests being conducted at the Air Force base.
- Seven resolutions will go for a vote before delegates at the full Alaska Federation of Natives convention..