Alaska News Nightly: May 1, 2013
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The serial killer who committed suicide in an Anchorage jail late last year confessed to murdering at least eleven people across the country.
Matanuska Susitna Borough residents turned out at last (Tuesday) night’s Borough Assembly special meeting to speak up about what they want included in this year’s budget.
A weekend encounter with a brown bear on the Kasilof River left a Kenai man with just minor scrapes and bruises and his family unharmed.
Last year, an unprecedented 12-day King salmon fishing closure on the Kuskokwim River devastated the subsistence harvest of the fish.
A five-year-old girl was fatally shot yesterday in Mountain Village after her older brother was handling a .22 caliber rifle.
It pays not to kill crab. Or at least that’s what Unalaska’s smallest fish processor is banking on for a new business venture.
Veteran’s services and especially long-term veteran’s housing options are scare in rural Alaska. But a private venture fueled by state funding is taking inspiration from two local veterans to make local veteran’s housing a reality for the Southeast communities of Haines and Klukwan.