In this newscast:
- Authorities identify the six people killed in Monday’s mid-air collision near Ketchikan,
- a bill clears the Alaska House to protect the site of a former World War II internment camp for Alaska Natives at Funter Bay,
- Skagway residents look into starting a locally governed ferry service for Upper Lynn Canal,
- the FBI says it found an illegal machine gun part and silencers int he possession of an Anchorage man with social media posts calling for violence against minorities,
- Washington state health officials confirm four more people with measles, all of whom had passed through SeaTac Airport, and
- get a taste of the hip-hop duo Radiophonic Jazz in the latest Red Carpet Concert.
- According to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, the diagnosis was confirmed Tuesday, in an unvaccinated teenager from the Kenai Peninsula.
- In a declaration Wednesday, Gov. Mike Dunleavy amended his call for the second special session to have it take place in Juneau, rather than his original choice: Wasilla.
- The university’s previous rating of A1 has been dropped three notches to BAA1. The lower rating means it will be more expensive for the university to borrow money for various projects.
- It’s 3,200 miles from Joe Balash’s office in Washington, D.C., to the Neets’aii Gwich’in community of Arctic Village. But Arctic Village is barely 200 miles from North Pole, the Alaska town where Balash grew up.