In this newscast:
- Southeast Alaska is exempt from the statewide controlled burn ban,
- a state court magistrate judge retires to pursue a Ph.D. in Indigenous Studies,
- the timber and fishing industries try to figure out how to safely transport workers to Alaska amid the pandemic,
- the state’s geoduck fishery reopens after being closed for most of the year,
- and villages in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta are on flood watch.