Patrick Yack, Alaska Public Media
Firefighters battling Medfra fire; climber dies on Denali; state to explore privatizing detention centers; Forest Service reminds tourist why glacier is shrinking; birders enjoying rare sighting; veteran teacher retires in Unalaska; bed bug battle includes chocolate
House to continue Medicaid legal challenge; Era Helicopters identifies pilot of crash; Girdwood considering Trooper offer; Hilcorp facing penalties; fish board won't be cut further; study assessing wolf sightings; Healy cabin program wins national attention; dock upgrades could affect Skagway ferry service; AK: Aleknagik artist; 49 Voices: Tim Pominville of Eagle River
Pilot injured in helo crash; House to vote on criminal justice overhaul; Cook Inlet gets no drilling bids; firefighters contain Sunrise wildfire; Walker unveils tribal advisory council; a special report on two rural schools; solar to help power NW Arctic; Avant Garde arctic art visits ANC; borough takes action on polluting hydronic heaters
Legislature making little public progress; education bill dies in House; educators debate rural school challenges; NTSB says plane hit eagle before crashing; wildfire spotted near Wasilla; Sitka property hit by landslide taxable; liquor store opens in Sitka; researchers assessing ash over Kodiak
Legislature OKs funds for Wells Fargo building; Paramo selected new ASD superintendent; Mat-Su looking for new superintendent; UAS prof in fair condition after bear mauling; Juneau Assembly Oks new pot rules; warming ocean temps raise concerns over shellfish poisoning; couple finds creative solution to Juneau housing shortage; tribal organization wants to expand programs; researchers want to expand roe markets
Moda Health leaving AK individual health market; Legislature making slow progress on criminal bill; new GOP chair calls for unity, but fault lines still show; jury selection starts in Kangas trial; AK floats new rules for pot; Quintillion continues work on cable project; fog delays Bethel liquor store opening; education innovation enthusiast touring AK
DOD backing JBER unit remaining; Some questioning power equalization fund; Wolf control prompting more cooperation; Scientists still surprised by dying birds; Cruz, Trump awarded Alaska delegates; Anchorage producing new land use plan; Tribal government pushing for environmental analysis; Sitka science center nurturing new creature; Freeride tour returns to Haines Download Audio
BP lays of Anchorage workers; Obama OKs draft for offshore drilling; mitigation policies criticized; BLM director tours North Slope; Seavey roars to Iditarod win; Sass disappears from front; drones becoming more popular in Arctic; Juneau goes to the polls; the "Blob" returns; pot petitions duel in Juneau Download Audio
The Dave Clark Five were actually the first English group to tour America in May of 1964, and thus the first to spearhead the ensuing rock ‘n’ roll “British invasion” that changed the world. GLAD ALL OVER features newly filmed interviews with Tom Hanks, Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John and many more rock legends. Friday, March 25. 9:00 pm
During the chaotic final weeks of the Vietnam War, as the North Vietnamese close in on Saigon, the US Government remains in congressional gridlock. With the clock ticking and the city under fire, American soldiers and diplomats take it upon themselves to save as many South Vietnamese lives as possible. LAST DAYS OF VIETNAM recounts the closing hours of this bitter conflict. Tuesday, March 22. 7:00 pm
Alaska Republicans go to the polls on Super Tuesday; more cuts proposed to budget, everything from libraries to senior benefits; judge rules in favor of Medicaid expansion; polling stations critically understaffed, need volunteers; let it snow, please; without ferry service, a Southeast village considers $18 gallon of milk; Anchorage cyclist wins Iditarod Trail Invitational; Sitka revisiting idea of consolidating hospital services; New life raft regulations for fishing boats no longer required Download Audio
FACES of ALASKA featuring artist Barbara Lavallee, a second season of GRANTCHESTER, a final season of MR. SELFRIDGE, and RUNNING programs - featuring candidates for Anchorage School Board and Anchorage Assembly - highlight March's television schedule.
Army wants airborne unit at JBER; lawmakers approve LIO study; House starts budget cutting; low-income seniors losing assistance; ferry sale on hold for now; Murkowski, Jewell joust; Aleknagik man in custody for stabbing wife; Calista announces record dividend; biologists meeting with walrus hunters; Walker proposes fishery tax increase; UAF makes efforts to combat failures in sexual assault cases Download Audio
The impacts of Trauma on an individual are well documented and include; Depression, anxiety, substance abuse, poor attachment and bonding, and numerous other physical and emotional problems. When large groups of people collectively experience traumatic events such as genocide, oppression, or prolonged war, the impacts can devastate a community or an entire culture for generations. Monday, February 29, 2016. 2:00 p.m DOWNLOAD AUDIO
Here’s the Sunday, February 21st, 2016 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or post your comment at the bottom of this post.
Miss Fisher is on another case - in MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES. This time she investigates the puzzling death of a magazine columnist and author of fairy stories. To get to the truth, she must unearth the deceptions and rampant rivalries of the magazine’s thoroughly modern working women – and dig into the past of their token male employee. Miss Fishers' Murder Mysteries air Saturday nights at 8:00 pm and repeat Thursday nights at 8:00 pm.
Enjoy the intimate and incredible journey of a tiny Emperor penguin chick from the moment he emerges from the egg to the moment he begins a life on his own in NOVA: SNOW CHICK. Meet his mom and dad and the rest of the new chick gang in the world’s most extreme nursery. Wednesday, February 24. 7:00 pm