Here’s the Sunday, June 7, 2015 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave Luera. If you have questions, comments or music requests for host Dave Luera, send email to algonuevo [at] alaskapublic [dot] org or post your comment at the… Read More
Here’s the Sunday, May 31, 2015 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave Luera. If you have questions, comments or music requests for host Dave Luera, send email to algonuevo [at] alaskapublic [dot] org or post your comment at the… Read More
Here’s the Sunday, May 24, 2015 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave Luera. If you have questions, comments or music requests for host Dave Luera, send email to algonuevo [at] alaskapublic [dot] org or post your comment at the… Read More
Senate Spokesperson Arrested For DUI After LIO Hit-And-Run; Criminal Justice Commission Gets an Earful in Nome; Tracking State Layoff Notices From the Mailroom to the Mailbox; Regents Nominate Ex-Exec. For UA System President; The Gray Eagle Has Landed… In Fairbanks; Crews Battle 14,000-Acre Fire Near Kalskag; Magnuson-Stevens: Concerns Abound Over Exempting Fisheries Decisions From NEPA; Mat-Su Borough Board Upholds Shooting Range; Ketchikan Welcomes A Canine to Search And Rescue Squad
Lawmakers Grapple With Budget Impasse; State Shutdown Could Mean ‘Conservative’ Fishing Season; Ketchikan Candidate Faces Up to $6,000 in Fines for Campaign Violations; On A Mission: Educating Alaskans About Advance Directives; Dalton To Re-Open, But Repairs Still Needed; Urban Gatherers Find Free Salads Outside Their Doors; Alaska Eagles Help Supply Lower 48 Tribes
Ambassador Zygimantas Pavilionis speaks on Lithuania’s culture of entrepreneurship and the nation’s potential in a global economy.
Alaska Senators Vote to Reform Patriot Act; No Budget Deal, No Ferry Service; Court Employees Assigned 2 Days Unpaid Leave; The Blob expands from Gulf of Alaska to Baja California; Seniors Find Few Options Beyond Medicaid; Juneau to Be The Third City in Alaska to Shelter High-Risk Homeless; Fort Yukon Goes Solar; Strings on the Bus: Anchorage Has A Conflux
Walker Hires Mediator to Help Lawmakers Pass A Budget; Permanent Fund CEO Abruptly Retires; Premera Alaska Files For Another Large Rate Increase; Rep. Young’s Fisheries Bill Passes the House; North Pacific Council to Vote on Halibut Bycatch Limits; U.S. House Votes to Sell Midtown Lot to Muni; City Holds Job Fair for Marijuana Industry; Medicaid Denials May Boot Some Seniors From Assisted Living
As Marijuana Rules Take Shape, Focus is On Control; Supreme Court: DNR Wrongfully Issued Pebble Permits; AIDEA Holds Off On F.N.G. Decision; Earthquake Rattles Southwest Alaska; State Reacts To Study Linking Childhood Obesity to Domestic Violence; UAS Chancellor John Pugh Leaves Behind a Legacy of Caring for Students; AK: A Teenager And His Past; 49 Voices: Amanda Cash and ‘The Magpie’
Can you imagine biking around the world? On the next Outdoor Explorer, hear from two French cyclists – a CPA and a postal worker – who doing just that. We’ll also hear about cycle-touring in Alaska, too, and the best routes and tips for your own trip.
KSKA: Thursday, June 4, at 2:00 and 9:00 p.m.
Fed. Jugde Hears Oral Arguments from EPA, Pebble Over Alleged FACA Violations; Coast Guard Adds Response Vessels in Anticipation of Shell’s Arrival; Nome Judge Accused of Misconduct; Alaska LNG Wins Conditional Export Approval; Federal Officials to Meet With Forty-Mile Gold Miners; Heroin Hits Home: Small Airlines Are A Major Inroad; #StickFigureAK Uses Art To Spark Community; Salmon Skin Wallets and Crab Shell Shirts for the Masses; Need to Get Away? Why Not Build An Airplane
House Republicans: Take It Or Leave It; Protests Continue Over Education Funding, Medicaid Expansion; Heroin Hits Home: City of Bethel Forms Heroin Task Force; Fairbanks Navigates Pot Legalization; Going Undercover With APD Vice’s Kathy Lacey; Norwegian Monarch Visits Alaska, Urges Action on Climate Change; Yup’ik Singer, Drummer Performs in WDC; Chemical Tags in Ear Bones Reveal Chinooks’ Life Histories
Heroin Hits Home: A Bethel Woman’s Struggle to Get Clean; With Legislature At An Impasse, One Alaskan Suggests A Kickstart; Nome Neighbors’ Lawsuit on Sled Dog Noise, Smell Dismissed; Smokejumpers Race to Divert Seventy Mile Fire From Community of Eagle; Alaska Muskrat Populations Are Rebounding; ‘Summer of Blubber’ Broadcasting Live From Round Island; Houston: Ready To Turn Out the Lights; Building a Community, One Hip Hop Move At A Time
Budget Battle: Republicans Search for Workaround In Lieu of Courting Democratic Support; For $1B Radar, It’s Clear; State Takes Control of Nursing Facility, Citing History of Violations; Dalton Flooding: DOT Digs Trenches to Keep Airport Open; Museum of the North Rolls Out A New Exhibit: DINOSAURS!; AK: A 12-Year-Old Cultural Ambassador; 49 Voices: Jean Aspen of Homer
Legislature Gavels Out, Sort Of; Utility to Revive Long-Idled Coal Plant In Healy; Hyder Border to Reopen for 24-Hour Access; Sen. Sullivan: Prepare for A Long War; Alaska National Guard Welcomes New Leadership; Wood Bison Bulls to Join Reintroduced Herd; Data: Positive Skill Building Improves Youth Behavior; ‘Baby Raven Reads’ Program Nurtures A New Generation of Tlingit Speakers
White House Says A Veto Is Likely On Rep. Young’s Fisheries Bill; Research Identifies Massive Underwater Waves; El Nino Returns; Diomede Graduation Speaker Found Dead at Community School; Neighbors Aim to Take Concerns Over Halfway House to Court in Juneau; Salmon Run Leaves Juneau Stream 2 Weeks Early; M/V Redeemer Heads for Scuttling, After Decades of Salvage Work; ‘Seeking the Source’ of Anchorage’s Trails and Their Community
Murkowski: OCS Revenue-Sharing is ‘Simple Fairness'; ‘Erin’s Law’ Hangs On For a Bumpy Ride; Walker Allows Legislature to Convene in Anchorage This Week; Anchorage Mayor-Elect Announces Community-Driven Transition Process; Hot, Dry Weather Fuels an Early Start to Fire Season; Rare Thunderstorms Move Through Southeast Alaska; ‘Ridiculously Resilient Ridge’ Returns This Winter; Bandit the Runaway Wave Buoy Back in Service; Grocery Shopping to Cross the Stikine Icefield
Walker Threatens Budget Veto, Warns of Layoffs; Alaska’s Capital City Braces for Potential Layoffs; Flooding Closes Dalton Highway; First Kuskokwim Restrictions Expected May 21; Girl Dies After Boat Falls on Her; Thirsty California: A Potential Market for Alaska Water?; M/V Susitna Racks Up As Much As $1M in Rain Damage; Conference to Focus on Traditional Knowledge, Resource Management; Alaska’s First Cannabis Convention
Here’s the Sunday, May 17, 2015 edition of Algo Nuevo con Dave Luera — Something New with Dave Luera. If you have questions, comments or music requests for host Dave Luera, send email to algonuevo [at] alaskapublic [dot] org or post your comment at the… Read More
Parents Sue ASD Over Vague Suspension Notification Policies; Sealaska Unveils Its New Building in Downtown Juneau; Rep. Young Riles Indian Country with Hearings on ‘Land In Trust’ Powers; Wolf Hunt Adjacent to Denali Closes Early; 5 Ill After Eating Fermented Seal Flipper; NOAA Seeks Public Comment on Beluga Recovery Plan; Anchorage: Activists Rally for Medicaid Expansion, Oil Tax Law Revision; 49 Voices: Seth Landon of Wasilla; AK: Biking A Century