Jennifer Pemberton

Newscast – Friday, June 18, 2021

In this newscast: A pandemic rule change could make it easier to get treatment for opioid addiction in Alaska; The Alaska Native community and allies honor the children who died at a residential boarding school in Canada; The state of Alaska has a new head forester

Newscast – Tuesday, June 15, 2021

In this newscast: Juneau turns down $2 million from Norwegian Cruise Line; The legislature still hasn’t passed a budget; Credit rating agencies see improvement in Alaska’s outlook; Two kayakers paddled to safety after being mauled by a bear

Newscast – Monday, June 14, 2021

In this newscast: Former Juneau-area chiropractor accused of sexually abusing patients; Legislative compromise sets the PFD at $1,100; Supplemental unemployment insurance ends this week; A vigil in Fairbanks to mourn and raise awareness about historic abuse and neglect of Native children at residential schools

Newscast – Wednesday, April 28, 2021

In this newscast: A new study shows that cancer rates among Alaska Native people have gone up over the last 50 years; a variation on a national phone scam has been hitting Alaskans; Alaska’s Department of Corrections is getting rid of its requirement for inmates to be vaccinated in order to receive visitors; and Juneau has 13 active COVID-19 cases and half of the population of Juneau is fully vaccinated

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