In this newscast: The cruise industry’s victory over Juneau has implications for other port communities; a home explosion shook a rural neighborhood near Homer; and the partial government shutdown has fisherman wondering if federal fisheries will open on time in January.
In this newscast: New Alaska ferries need $30M in work before entering service; DC police say bus driver took a cell phone call before striking Skagway mayor and her mother; and $76 million is the initial cost estimate connected to the November 30 earthquake in Southcentral Alaska
In this newscast: Alaskans may not notice much change during the federal government shutdown; new Alaska wildlife managers could revive old fights over federal protections, bear- and wolf-killing; and Juneau fluoride study confirms old science, but doesn’t sway opponents
In this newscast: Fairweather gets reprieve in draft ferry schedule, a metals mine near Haines could eliminate some red tape by partnering with the Alaska Mental Health Trust, Alaskans are being tapped for California wildfire response, October in Utqiaġvik and Gov.-elect Dunleavy to be sworn in in Noorvik
In this newscast, what happened to the hourly clock chimes in downtown Juneau? After Election Day malfunction, House District 35 returns are finally in. And the Trump administration is offering substantially less land for oil leasing in NPR-A than it did last year.