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Ben Matheson, KYUK - Bethel

NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Hageland Crash

NTSB Releases Preliminary Report on Fatal Hageland Crash

The National Transportation Safety Board has published a preliminary report about the crash that killed two pilots near Three Step Mountain.

Liz Ruskin, APRN - Washington DC

State House Approves 2016 Sunset Date For Alaska Film Tax Credit

State House Approves 2016 Sunset Date For Alaska Film Tax Credit

The state House voted Thursday to sunset the Alaska Film Tax Credit in 2016. The provision was part of a bill requiring state agencies to report to the Legislature on so-called “lost revenue.” That’s the millions of dollars in revenues the state doesn’t collect each year due to various fee exemptions and tax credits. The bill adds sunset dates to some of them, meaning those programs would expire if lawmakers don’t intervene before then.

Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN - Juneau

House Approves $3 Billion Transfer To Pension System

The Alaska State House has voted in favor of Gov. Sean Parnell’s plan to shore up the state’s pension system.

Margaret Friedenauer, KHNS - Haines

Ferry Workers Considering Strike If Contract Negotiations Don’t Move Forward

Contract talks between the state and Alaska’s ferry workers are heating up as each side disagrees on how to make up the gap between revenues and the cost of operating the ferry system. Workers are now considering whether to authorize a strike if negotiations remain stalled.

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Reaching My Family After the 1964 Earthquake

Connie O Earthquake Grandma

It was very hard to stay calm and collected when I was calling home to Anchorage at 5:00 pm on Good Friday 1964, only to hear the chronic phone message, “Unable to complete your call due to transmission interruption in southeastern Alaska,” or something on that order.

I had never heard anything like that before, but then I didn’t make too many calls home from Oregon while I was in college.

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The Anchorage Daily News Changes Ownership

The Anchorage Daily News Changes Ownership

The Anchorage Daily News is changing hands, bought by the Alaska Dispatch website and its owner, Alice Rogoff. Tony Hopfinger, who left the Daily News as a reporter to start the Dispatch in his spare bedroom, returns as executive editor. The Daily News sale is the biggest change in Alaska media in more than two decades. Join host Charles Wohlforth as he hashes out the details of what this means for Anchorage with the Daily News’ new leaders.

KSKA: Wednesday, April 23, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

Generations At Risk: Zooming in on the Effects of Toxic Chemicals

Generations At Risk: Zooming in on the Effects of Toxic Chemicals

This week on Addressing Alaskans, director of the University of California at San Francisco’s Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment, Dr. Tracey Woodruff talks about toxic chemicals, exposure and the effects on our health.

KSKA: Tuesday, April 22, at 2:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Child Abuse & Neglect – Causes, Consequences and Prevention

Child Abuse & Neglect – Causes, Consequences and Prevention

According to the Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, nearly 2,000 Alaskan children were in out-of-home placement in January 2014. The vast majority of those cases were due to child abuse and neglect. Office of Children’s Services Director Christy Lawton puts it like this: “Unfortunately, child abuse is happening in Alaska every day, in every community, among every ethnicity, and every socioeconomic group.” Join host Prentiss Pemberton and guests to talk about child abuse – causes, consequences and prevention – on the next Line One.

KSKA: Monday, April 21, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

“Ready for my close-up Ms. Crystal!”

“Ready for my close-up Ms. Crystal!”

What is every “Any-town USA” actor’s dream? Why to have a famous actress come by to audition you for her repertory company. But there may be more than meets the eye in Dick Reichman’s new play, The Audition opening at Cyrano’s Theatre Company April 24th and running through May 18th. Join Dick and Julia Cossman who plays Simone Crystal this week on Stage Talk as they talk about this exiting new offering from one of Anchorage’s hometown playwrights.

KSKA: Friday, April 18, at 2:45 p.m.

I Am A Boogie Woogie Piano Man

Johnny B. travels throughout Alaska by bush plane to play his signature boogie woogie piano music to remote audiences.

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A Trip to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Photo by Doug Lindstrand.

When driving along Turnagain Arm, you might miss the modest sign for the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center near Portage Creek.

But if you do manage to find your way into the wildlife center, you’ll find some interesting animals with equally fascinating stories.

Getting Ready for Paddling Season

Getting Ready for Paddling Season

The ice will soon go out soon on our lakes and rivers. The sea otters are ready to pose for our pictures. On the next Outdoor Explorer, we’re getting ready for paddling season. Host Charles Wohlforth and guests will be talking about canoeing, kayaking, rafting, rivers, lakes and the ocean — gear, safety, planning and packing. We’ll be dreaming about the trips we would love to take, and talking to folks who have done them.

KSKA: Thursday, April 17, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
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Imagining a Town Square Park for Everyone

Imagining a Town Square Park for Everyone

A green oasis in downtown? A good venue for outdoor community festivities? A hidden pocket for bad behavior that scares other users away? What will Town Square’s story ultimately be? Learn its history and imagine its future.

KSKA: Wednesday, April 16, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
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Violence Against Women Act and Recent Developments Over Tradition

Violence Against Women Act and Recent Developments Over Tradition

This week on Addressing Alaskans, UAA Atwood Chair of Journalism Mark Trahant speaks as part of a series titled “Women and Agents of Violence.”

KSKA: Tuesday, April 15, at 2:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.
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Alaska News Nightly: April 17, 2014

Ferry Workers Considering Strike If Contract Negotiations Don’t Move Forward; Texan Confirmed To Gasline Board; Gov. Parnell Signs Bill Restricting Medicaid Payments For Abortions; State House OKs Refinery Subsidy Plan; High Mercury Levels Found In Lake Trout From Lake Clark; Alaska Inuit Circumpolar Conference Searches For Food Security Definition; National Weather Service Forecasts Kuskokwim Breakup; Birthday Cupcakes Exempt From Ketchikan Schools’ Nutrition Guidelines; NOMAR Names ‘Alaska Manufacturer Of The Year’

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