In this newscast:
- Despite a large transfer to the state treasury, the Alaska Permanent Fund has grown by $1.4 billion.
- The federal Bureau of Land Management is holding public meetings around the state to allow public input on two projects: a proposal to develop a section of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska and the Ambler Road mining project.
- Moose season begins this month in Southeast Alaska. In Wrangell, sportsmen and charities are teaming up to improve the process of distributing illegally obtained moose to people in need.
- The newly-opened Cannery Park in Petersburg is a place for visitors to learn about the town’s history of seafood production.
- The Alaska Department of Commerce has said it does not support a regulation draft that would prohibit alcohol manufacturing businesses from hosting onsite activities including festivals, classes and performances.