Heather Bryant, KTOO - Juneau


‘Never Alone’ – Using Video Games For Cultural Learning

Until recently, no videogames on the market have told the story of an indigenous people from their perspective. But a group of Alaska Natives have partnered with a game developer to change that. The project is called Never Alone. Listen now:

State Sets Record Low For Boating Fatalities

Usually a boating fatality story is a sad recounting of a life lost on the water. But not this story. Download Audio

What Does The Ruling On DOMA, Prop 8 Mean For Alaska?

The U.S. Supreme Court ended its term striking down the federal Defense of Marriage Act and sending a California same-sex marriage case back to the lower court. But the court does not affirm gay marriage as a constitutional right. Download Audio

DOMA Ruled Unconstitutional

The Defense of Marriage Act has been ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. This morning the court issued an opinion saying that DOMA deprives people of equal liberty as protected by the Fifth Amendment. Download Audio

Alaska Couples Await Supreme Court Decision On DOMA, Prop 8

With only two decision days left for the Supreme Court, rulings that could impact same sex marriage could come as early as tomorrow. But for same sex couples in Alaska right now, the only option is to head out of state if they want to get married and some say that’s not likely to change anytime soon. Download Audio

Endangered Species Act Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Friday, May 17 was the 40th Anniversary of the Endangered Species Act. Congress passed the act in 1973 over concerns that many species of plants and animals were in danger of becoming extinct.

Rehabilitated Harbor Seals Head for the Ocean

On Friday, two young harbor seals had an audience at False Outer Point as the seals made their way into the ocean for the first time since they were rescued in May.