Stories include a missing Togiak fisherman, a Selawik man who died while swimming, an Anchorage shooting that killed a 15 year boy, latest fundraising totals by gubernatorial candidates, wage increases approved for Juneau police and firefighters, and possible Siberian smoke in Southeast Alaska.
- "It’s an area that I and some other colleagues have started thinking about: can you get methane forming in terrestrial environments? But it’s a very new area of science," carbon scientist Katey Walter Anthony said.
- This season, it seems like more bears have been spotted around Juneau scavenging for food, and scientists think they know why.
- The district has referred 98 children to the Students in Transition program since last week, up from 69 students identified at the same time last year
- U.S. Attorneys are charging 41-year-old Peter Wilson with making false statements to federal agents in the case of a missing girl who was found dead last Friday.