Newscast – Friday, Dec. 2, 2022

In this newscast: On Saturday, Juneau’s largest convention space, Centennial Hall, will close until late summer; The US Dept. of the Interior is putting $75 million towards community relocation efforts for three tribes, two of which are in Alaska; Alaska tribal leaders are headed home from the White House Tribal Nations Summit, with ICWA on the mind; The hourly wage rate in Alaska has historically been higher than those of other states, but that’s changing

Newscast – Thursday, Dec. 1, 2022

In this newscast: Juneau public health officials warn that this flu and respiratory virus season is likely to be more severe than usual; Federal safety investigators are calling for new, more restrictive regulations on flightseeing tours in the Ketchikan area after a series of crashes; Students were evacuated from Kodiak’s North Star Elementary after a suspicious package was reported Wednesday; A member of a national committee researching PFAS health effects shared information about the project

Newscast – Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022

In this newscast: There were no fatalities within the Alaska’s commercial fishing fleets this year, for only the second time on record; A former Alaska couple has been ordered to pay nearly one and a half million dollars for taking money from a Yakutat elder; The US Senate passed a bill to protect same sex marriage, with the support of both Alaska Senators; Alaska Congresswoman Mary Peltola voted against a bill to avert a railroad strike

Newscast – Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022

In this newscast: A young climate activist from Ketchikan was named to Forbes “30 Under 30” list; An elementary school in Petersburg has temporarily canceled its after-school recess due to staffing shortages; Bethel Winter House is the area’s only low-barrier emergency shelter, and it may have to close early

Newscast – Monday, Nov. 28, 2022

In this newscast: The suspect arrested in the killing of Faith Rogers was already in custody for a harassment case; Elementary students in Dillingham have been pushing for the renaming of a creek; A panel in Sitka examined the history of its former residential school Sheldon Jackson

Newscast — Friday, November 18, 2022

In this news update: Local naturalists reveal the life of the spruce tree that destroyed houses on Gastineau Avenue this September; Alaska writers of the animated children’s show “Molly of Denali” react to its two Emmy nominations; The number of patrons at Juneau’s main food pantry doubled over the pandemic and hasn’t gone down; Alaska’s…

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