In this newscast:
- Anchorage is hit by an outbreak of mumps,
- state wildlife troopers investigate a black bear shot dead outside the Mendenhall Mall,
- 60 members of Alaska’s Air National Guard deploy overseas to combat the Islamic State,
- king salmon sport fishing reopens in much of Southeast Alaska, and
- the National Weather Service issues a special weather statement forecasting 3 to 5 inches of heavy rain into Wednesday night.
- Lawmakers peppered Cruz and other members of the corporation's executive board with questions about project finances, employee turnover and how much money the state expects to make on its share of the project.
The White House says it doesn’t keep a list of Mar-a-Lago visitors. Experts and visitors are skeptical.Seven members and guests of Mar-a-Lago say the U.S. Secret Service checks names of visitors. Access to the president can be bought for $200,000 a year through a membership. This money flows into the Trump Organization, enriching the president.
- Indian Agent’s first single “Life Keeps On Spinning” opens with lush soundscapes and deep grooves. The lyrics allude to a growing awareness and ideological shift.
- Retired, longtime firearms and toolmark forensics examiner Robert Shem testifies it was likely a 12-gauge shotgun, Savage Stevens model 67.