In this newscast:
- Today is Elizabeth Peratrovich Day in Alaska, marking the anniversary of the signing of an anti-discrimination bill passed by Alaska’s territorial legislature in 1945.
- Faced with the prospect of another canceled cruise season, Ketchikan’s borough is projecting a multimillion-dollar deficit.
- Seal oil has been a staple in the diet of Alaska’s Inupiat for generations.
- A federal appeals court has sided with conservation and Indigenous groups by ordering work to stop at a major oil project on Alaska’s North Slope.