Gabe Colombo, KNOM - Nome

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Unalakleet is still on boil water notice as utility workers continue to search for the location of a pipe break that caused the water tank to severely deplete. Listen now

Senator Lisa Murkowski introduced a bill in the Senate earlier this month to identify and assess coastal communities most affected by ocean acidification. Listen now

The Iditarod Trail Committee (ITC) is taking steps to tighten security along the race route in the near future. Listen now

A group of marine scientists visited Western Alaska recently to discuss the results of a second bottom-trawl survey of the northern Bering Sea. Listen now

It's now possible to learn basic Inupiaq online, thanks to a graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

The Iditarod Trail Committee Board of Directors has named Joseph “Joee” Redington, Jr. the 2018 Honorary Musher. Redington passed away in August and was the oldest son of Joseph Redington, Sr., often called the “Father of the Iditarod.” Listen now

Last month, the community of Wales, in Western Alaska, hosted one of the biggest Alaska Native dance festivals in the state. 10 groups from around the region and as far as Anchorage flew in to the village over Labor Day weekend, to sing, dance, drum, talk — and heal. Listen now

A team of South Korean researchers was in Nome during September to study the effects of climate change on Arctic permafrost ecosystems. The project is one of many throughout the Arctic and Antarctic sponsored by the Korean Polar Research Institute, or KOPRI. Listen now

A team of explorers and scientists returned to Nome last week after attempting to be the first to sail to the North Pole. Listen now

The luxury cruise liner Crystal Serenity, which stopped in Nome last month, won’t be coming around to Alaska again for at least two years. The passengers it unloaded in New York City Saturday morning will be the last on its Northwest Passage route until at least 2020 -- or possibly ever. Listen now

Alaska resident waterfowl hunters will have the opportunity to harvest emperor geese this fall for the first time in 30 years.