In this newscast:
- Recall Dunleavy lays out its legal arguments for its application to recall the governor,
- retired ferry workers are concerned that tying up the ferry Malaspina indefinitely with minimal maintenance will lead to costly damage,
- the Haines Economic Development Corp. estimates the borough will lose $3 million in visitor spending with Holland America canceling most of its summer cruise ship visits,
- an Alaska pilot involved in a 2014 crash is convicted of obstruction for lying to federal transportation agencies,
- Anchorage reflects and tallies expenses a year after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck, and
- the Salvation Army begins its red kettle fundraising campaign with a new way to donate.
- Hundreds turned out for the annual Christmas gathering at the Governor's Mansion.
- But experts say the details of what the Dunleavy administration proposes will be important.
- The Alaska State Troopers plan — which includes transferring dispatchers in Ketchikan, Wasilla and Soldotna — was the subject of much concern at a recent assembly meeting in Ketchikan.
- According to a report by the Chugach National Forest Avalanche Information Center, the hiker was alone Saturday when he was caught in an avalanche near the Blueberry Loop trail and fully buried before he was able to kick his legs free.