In this newscast:
- Protesters interrupt Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s speech to the Alaska Federation of Natives,
- U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski criticizes President Trump on ethical grounds,
- the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska hopes to raise a new generation of Lingít speakers with an immersion class,
- the state ferry system lines up one October and one November stop in Prince Rupert,
- state transportation officials say they won’t plow a significant stretch of the Seward Highway,
- Nome officials hire an insurance company to handle a former 911 dispatcher’s claim that her rape wasn’t investigated,
- an Anchorage man that police say they have video evidence of one killing is charged with a second, and
- an elusive goat made famous on social media in Fairbanks gets caught.
- Under Alaska state law, at least 30 days’ notice is needed to hold a non-emergency special session during the interim. That would push any special session now up against the holidays.
- The Tazlina was scheduled to have new side doors installed this winter. Instead, the state ferry will provide service between Juneau and the communities of Haines, Skagway, Hoonah and Gustavus.
- Bruce Tangeman, who ran the state's Department of Revenue, also wrote that any potential new taxes would support what he called an unsustainable budget, as well as permanent fund dividends.
- The NTSB update is a detailed, seven-page statement of facts about the flight and the investigation, with sections on the runway, the flight recorders, the plane and its engines. It does not assign a cause to the crash. That's expected later.