Newscast – Thursday, September 3, 2020

In this newscast:

  • A group that wants to save a neglected site where the Alaska territorial flag was designed, sewn and first flown sued this week.
  • Alaska’s job losses weren’t as steep as the national average but the state’s recovery is lagging behind nearly every other state.
  • For many Alaska communities, the early end of the 2020 census means committees have to work harder to count everyone.
  • Some University of Alaska students have called for the resignation of the student regent following a lengthy email.
  • Juneau’s belated Pride celebration wasn’t complete with its annual Glitz drag show which was held outdoors for the first time.

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