Josh Edge, APRN - Anchorage

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Josh is the web producer for alaskapublic.org.

He has been a part of the web team since his internship during the summer of 2010.

Besides maintaining the website, he also reports for the Alaska Public Radio Network, gives occasional live news updates on KSKA 91.1FM during All Things Considered, runs camera and directs programs for Alaska Public Television, and has taken numerous photos and videos that appear on alaskapublic.org.

Prior to graduating from the Journalism and Public Communications Department at the University of Alaska Anchorage in December 2010, Josh worked at The Northern Light student newspaper where he and his staff won two Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Awards.

He has also been an adjunct instructor for the JPC department at UAA.

Born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska, Josh enjoys being outdoors, so when isn’t at work, you can usually find him out fishing, camping, hunting, four-wheeling, or snowmachining.

jedge (at) alaskapublic (dot) org | 907.550.8455 | About Josh

One man is dead and another in custody after a fatal shooting in South Anchorage on Wednesday.

The intersection of Tudor Road and the Old Seward Highway will remain closed through at least part of Saturday as crews repair a broken water main.

The next interim chancellor of the University of Alaska Fairbanks will be either a current or former UAF employee. Download Audio

Tyonek Native Corporation's aviation services wing is expanding its aircraft maintenance and cyberwarfare business with the acquisition of a new facility in Mississippi. Download Audio

Lunchtime options in downtown Anchorage have long been dominated by traditional brick-and-mortar restaurants, but now, hungry downtown diners will have some new options near the Park Strip, at a space that has been converted into a food truck forum for the newly-minted K Street Eats. Download Audio

As lawmakers ponder their options to fix Alaska's widening fiscal fissure, the University of Alaska is investigating ways to fill their impending budget gap – which could be as much as $75 million. Download Audio

A man from the Western Alaska village of Alakanuk is in custody after striking his brother-in-law in the head with an ax.

A hiker died last week in Denali National Park. Searchers discovered the remains of 24-year-old Michael Purdy Sunday near the north end of Savage River Loop Trail.

Two people are dead after a crash over the weekend on the Seward Highway north of Girdwood. Alaska State Troopers responded to the collision just after 7 p.m. Saturday. Download Audio

A pilot avoided injury in Wasilla over the weekend, after a mechanical mishap. Download Audio

House Bill 126 - updating the Alaska Code of Military Justice - has passed the Legislature and is on its way to Governor Bill Walker's desk. Download Audio

Walt Monegan is, again, the Commissioner for the Department of Public Safety. Download Audio

House Bill 126, aimed at strengthening the dated Alaska Code of Military Justice, passed out of the Senate State Affairs Committee Thursday morning and now moves on to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Download Audio

As the legislature's conference committee hashes out the state's operating budget for the upcoming fiscal year, the University of Alaska is standing by, waiting to see just how large the fiscal dent will be. Download Audio

The University of Alaska Anchorage women's basketball team fell 78-73 to Lubbock Christian on Monday in the NCAA Division II National Championship Game in Indianapolis. Download Audio

Alaska Airlines is acquiring West Coast-based airline Virgin America for $2.6 billion dollars - around $57 dollars per share.

Normally when we hear about the value of territory managed by the Bureau of Land Management, it's in the context of how the land can be used for oil and gas development, mineral extraction, or ranching. But, a recent study by an outside group takes a look at other economic benefits of the land. Download Audio

The University of Alaska Anchorage's women's basketball team is playing in the program's first-ever NCAA Division II national championship game on Monday, where the Seawolves will face off against Lubbock Christian in Indianapolis. Download Audio

The Municipality of Anchorage is well on its way to producing an updated land use plan for the Anchorage Bowl. The map currently in use has not been updated since 1982. Download Audio

Eureka musher Brent Sass has made it to the Cripple. Sass checked in shortly after noon Thursday, making him the first musher who has taken the mandatory 24-hour layover.