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September 24th, 191818-Year-Old Arrested in Brayton Drive Hit and Run that Killed Female Pedestrian Wednesday Morning.

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Big Wild Life: Brownie breaks into Alaska Zoo, attacks alpaca, both dead"Prior to the break in at the zoo, wildlife officials with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game had already determined that the bear posed a significant risk to public safety and were attempting to find the bear to remove it," the zoo wrote in its blog.

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That Was Close…Are a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street!

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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 23, 2020Pebble CEO Tom Collier resigns amid blowback from secret recordings. And, Anchorage teachers express concern over reopening plans.

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Glory Hall homeless shelter closes after recent visitors test positive for COVID-19Two people tested positive for the virus, seven others are in quarantine.

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Northwest Arctic leaders urge Ambler Metals to focus on local hire for future mining"You're going into the region to the land where people own," said assembly member Walter Sampson.

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CBJ reports 4 new cases of COVID-19 on WednesdayJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is reporting four new Juneau residents with COVID-19.

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Commonwealth North Launches an Interactive Budget-Balancing ToolCommonwealth North develops new, interactive website that allows Alaskans to make their own state budget choices.

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Pebble Partnership CEO resigns after secret recordings revealedJuneau, Alaska - Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd. announced Wednesday that Tom Collier, CEO of Pebble Limited Partnership, has submitted his resignation.

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AVCP Convention Goes VirtualThe Association of Village Council Presidents' annual convention kicks off Wednesday, Sept.

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CBJ Assembly funds $50K to racism review committeeJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Assembly unanimously approved a resolution proclaiming its commitment to social justice, anti-racism, and anti-discrimination.

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Pebble CEO Tom Collier resigns amid fallout from secret recordingsNorthern Dynasty says Collier resigned because of his secretly recorded comments about Alaska's elected leaders and federal regulators.

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Pebble CEO Tom Collier resignsPebble’s parent company, Northern Dynasty Minerals, said in a news release that Collier resigned because of his comments about Alaska’s elected leaders and federal regulators.

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Friends and family wait for answers in disappearance of Nome womanSearchers go out every day to look for Okpealuk, and the community held a prayer vigil Sept.

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How Ruth Bader Ginsburg's approach to law left a lasting impact on Kenai attorneysIn 2008, Ruth Bader Ginsburg delivered an address at the Alaska Bar Association convention. For some Kenai attorneys, Ginsburg's influence went beyond one speech.

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18-Year-Old Arrested in Brayton Drive Hit and Run that Killed Female Pedestrian Wednesday MorningAnchorage police responded to the intersection of Brayton Drive and Academy Drive at 1:35 am on Wednesday morning after receiving a report of a hit and run collision involving a pedestrian, APD stated.

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Wild bear breaks into Alaska Zoo at nightA wild brown bear forced its way into the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage and killed a 16-year-old alpaca named Caesar.

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Derek Dzinich talks about Assembly candidacy on Action LineDzinich talked about some of the priorities he'll pursue if elected. "Priority number one is obviously navigating us safely through the coronavirus pandemic and resulting economic turmoil."

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‘Pebble Tapes' Expose Lies and a Flawed Permitting ProcessANCHORAGE, AK – A dozen videos released by the Environmental Investigation Agency unequivocally confirm what Bristol Bay’s commercial fishermen and others have said all along – the proposed Pebble Mine is a lie and the permitting analysis is fatally flawed.

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September 23, 2020: A Conversation With Michael Bialy From Tundra Women's CoalitionJoin us for discussion topics such as protection within self-care, social balance, and the healthy mind platter with TWC's Outreach and Prevention.

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Ketchikan Borough Assembly passes pro-police resolution seen as 'backlash' to LGBTQ rights measureThe borough mayor broke a 3-3 tie, passing a resolution calling on the the state legislature to add police officers to the list of classes protected from discrimination.

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Et tu, bruin? Alaska Zoo's alpaca, Caesar, killed by wild bearCaesar’s companion, a younger alpaca named Fuzzy Charlie Kozak, escaped the bear and was found “wide-eyed” elsewhere in the zoo, said Jill Meyer, the zoo’s development director.

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Wild brown bear killed after fatal attack on Alaska Zoo's alpaca, CaesarA brown bear in Anchorage has been killed after breaking into the Alaska Zoo and killing an alpaca, according to a statement from the zoo.

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Camai clinic reports new COVID-19 case in Bristol Bay Borough tested positive at end of quarantineThe person who tested positive was a close contact of a case reported September 9.

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Fed expected to keep interest rates near zero through 2023WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is likely to keep interest rates pinned near zero at least through 2023, according to projections released Sept.

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Cruise industry offers ideas to allow resumed sailingsCruise companies are stepping up their pressure on U.S. health authorities to allow them to cruise again amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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DEC: Shortfall in spill response fund requires revenue or appropriationState environmental regulators are seeking more money for Alaska's spill response fund amid a comprehensive review of the requirements for petroleum producers and shippers.

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Movers and Shakers for Sept. 27Northrim Bank announced the promotion of Brian Leonard to Branch Manager II at the Midtown Financial Center; the move of Christina Clayton to Assistant Branch Manager at the Wasilla Financial Center; and the hiring of Johnico Bashford-Blumer as Assistant Branch Manager at the Southside Financial Center.

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Opinion: A Dish Served ColdThe unforgivable attacks on Kavanaugh were the culmination of more than 30 years of Democrats shredding the judicial appointment process beginning with the assault on Robert Bork in 1987 so notorious that "Borking" became a verb when it was turned against Clarence Thomas just four years later.

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Investigator blames haste, lack of supervision for alleged Dunleavy ethics violationsUnder the settlement, Dunleavy personally paid $2,800 to reimburse the state for social media and mailed advertisements from his office that praised his allies in the Legislature — and which the investigator, Fairbanks attorney John Tiemessen, said broke a law against spending state money for partisan political purposes.

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Rare Albino Fur Seal Pup Stands OutNOAA Fisheries Affiliate Vladimir Burkanov discovered an albino fur seal on a recent research trip to the remote island of Tyuleny in the Sea of Okhotsk, Russia.  The reddish-gold pup has very light colored eyes and pink flippers.

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Moose Hunter Killed in grizzly Bear Attack in Wrangell-St Elias National ParkFor the first time since the Wrangell-St Elias National Parks creation, a hunter has been mauled in a fatal grizzly bear attack the National Park revealed on Tuesday.

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Three arrested in Klawock drug bustKlawock, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers said they seized over eight grams of heroin, methamphetamine, various pills and over $2,000 during a drug bust at a Klawock motel Tuesday.

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City proposes CARES Act reappropriation to simplify relief spendingThe Berkowitz administration has a new plan for the city's federal CARES Act money, in an effort to simplify funding certain pandemic relief projects.

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UPDATE: Disappearance of Florence OkpealukNOME, Alaska – Chief of Police Michael Heintzelman and Deputy Chief of Police Robert Pruckner announced an update Tuesday in the Nome Police Department’s investigation into the disappearance of Florence Okpealuk.

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US Voting Systems 'Being Targeted' as Presidential Election NearsIncreased security measures are not stopping cyber operatives from looking for ways to break into critical U.S. voting systems, according to officials charged with safeguarding the nations Nov.

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Fishing vessel rescue in HoonahHoonah, Alaska - The US Coast Guard Sector Juneau reported no injuries after the fishing vessel Reluctant, ran aground on Tuesday.

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Pro-oil Alaska governor also backs renewable energy ideasANCHORAGE, Alaska — While Alaska's Republican governor continues promoting the oil industry underpinning the state's economy, he also has expressed interest in renewable energy projects.

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New bridges, cabin renovations complete on Windfall Lake TrailJuneau, Alaska - Work is now complete on two new steel bridges on the Windfall Lake Trail in the Tongass National Forest.

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September 23rd, 1928DHSS today announced 50 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 46 are residents in 9 communities: Anchorage.

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Picking up hitchhikers on the Alaska HighwayBy picking up hitchhikers on the Alaska Highway, Tom Walker has met the Archduke of Lithuania and a man with a namesake river.

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Voices of the Peninsula: Celebrate those who recover from addictionSeptember is national recovery month.

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Happy Girl Alaska / Health Scare, Upcoming Channel ChangesConnect with Me :) Instagram: Happygirlalaska My Website: #Alaska # to other videos Top 10 Reasons Why I Love Alaska 10 Things I Hate About Alaska Nature Walk to Beat the Winter Blues 2019 Happy Girl Alaska NO re-production/ re-upload of any content footage without written consent from Terree Bold.

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Opinion: Alaska and America's very survival are at stake this election yearThere's only one choice for this Marine and others who treasure our democracy.

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State reports 5 new central peninsula COVID-19 casesThe other resident cases occurred in Anchorage , Eagle River , Fairbanks , North Pole , Delta Junction , Palmer , Wasilla , Utqiagvik , Juneau , Yakutat plus Hoonah-Angoon , the Bethel Census Area and Bristol Bay plus Lake and Peninsula Borough.

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The race for Kenai City Council: Tim NavarreIn the race for Kenai City Council this year, two seats are up for election, and three candidates are running: Current city council members Tim Navarre and Henry Knackstedt, and Kenai resident Teea Winger.

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Proposition 1: What you need to knowNinilchik, Anchor Point voters to decide on combine fire and EMS service area.

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SoHi reports COVID-19 caseClose contacts have been notified and are required to quarantine for 14 days.

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Pebble CEO quits over recorded commentsCollier in the tapes suggested support from the state for the project.

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Daily school district COVID-19 risk levels: Sept. 22Risk levels are based on COVID cases reported in a community and determine how schools will operate.

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Kalifornsky Kitchen: A secret ingredient for fried fishVictoria Petersen serves up beer-battered halibut with a not-so-secret ingredient.

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Hunter fatally mauled by grizzly bear in Wrangell-St. Elias National ParkIt’s the first time a bear mauling has been recorded in the park since it was established in 1980, according to the release.

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City and Borough of Sitka offers Warren chief positionSitka, Alaska - The Sitka Assembly has approved a letter of hire for Craig Warren as the next fire chief in the borough.

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Missing Nome woman is "loving" and "stubborn," friends sayFriends and family describe "Flo" as kind and sophisticated, but her upbringing was marred by family tragedy.

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Sitka declares economic disaster over COVID-19, poor runsSitka, Alaska - The City and Borough of Sitka Assembly approved a resolution on Tuesday declaring an economic disaster due to COVID-19 and poor regional returns of all salmon species.

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Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Sept. 22, 2020DHSS today announced 50 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 46 are residents in 9 communities: Anchorage , Northwest Arctic Borough , Fairbanks , Wasilla , and one each in Aleutians West Census Area, Eagle River, Kodiak, Kotzebue, and Palmer. Four new nonresident cases were reported in Anchorage with one case related to.

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Sitka Assembly reviews new borough seal designsSitka, Alaska - The City and Borough of Sitka received a report on several new designs vying to be the new municipal seal.

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Newtok Regains Power After Month-Long OutageAfter a month-long outage, the village of Newtok has power again. During that month, families lost entire summer subsistence harvests stored in their freezers.

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Hunter fatally mauled by grizzly bear in Wrangell-St. Elias National ParkAccording to a park press release, the hunter was on a 10-day moose hunt with a friend near the Chisana River drainage when he was mauled on Sunday.Â.

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SEARHC provides update to City and Borough of SitkaSitka, Alaska - The City and Borough of Sitka took a report from SEARHC President Charles Clement on Tuesday night.

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Preventing Builder's Risk ClaimsAlthough the perils to a building under construction are many, integrating preventive measures during the planning stages and implementing them in the field greatly decreases the likelihood of filing a builder's risk claim.

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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 22, 2020Senator Lisa Murkowski says she can't rule out voting on a Supreme Court nominee. And, how is in-person schooling going in the Mat-Su school district?

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Shifting the Mindset of Change in the WorkplaceIn order to support and facilitate informed decision making, individuals and teams needs to foster resilience.

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CBJ reports three new COVID-19 cases in JuneauJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is reporting three new Juneau residents with COVID-19.

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Investigator blames quick decisions, lack of staff supervision for alleged Dunleavy ethics violationsUnder the settlement, Dunleavy personally paid $2,800 to reimburse the state for social media and mailed advertisements from his office that praised his allies in the Legislature - and which the investigator, Fairbanks attorney John Tiemessen, said broke a law against spending state money for partisan political purposes.

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Changes to hospital area bus stops due to constructionJuneau, Alaska - Capital Transit bus service in the hospital area will be intermittently disrupted due to continuing construction during the Hospital Drive Reconstruction Project.

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WATCH: City officials give weekly community update on local COVID-19 responseJuneau's COVID-19 risk assessment level remains high due to significant rates of community spread during the last couple of weeks.

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Alaska's Sen. Murkowski says she can't rule out voting for Trump's Supreme Court pickLisa Murkowski said she did not know whether she would withhold her vote to protest the timing of the appointment, but she said the quality of the confirmation process would be a factor.

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Sullivan says he looks forward to evaluating Trump nomineeWashington, DC - U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan says President Donald Trump is "well within his constitutional authority" to nominate someone to fill the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy created by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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New CDC guidelines recommend against Trick-or-Treating this yearJuneau, Alaska - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidelines for safely celebrating Halloween amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

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CBJ to hold weekly COVID-19 update on TuesdayJuneau, Alaska - Over the 14-day period from Sept. 7 to Sept. 20, a total of 56 people in Juneau tested positive for COVID-19.

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Williams sentence reduced to 7 years over child pornJuneau, Alaska - Randolph Williams was sentenced to seven years in prison in a child pornography case from 2012.

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Cornerstone Welcomes Larson and McDonaldCornerstone is pleased to announce two new hires, Brittany Larson as an Accountant and Macki McDonald as a Project Engineer.

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Ask a Climatologist: What to expect when you're expecting La NinaAlaska is fully into fall now, which means winter is right around the corner. And that, of course, means pondering what sort of temperatures and snow we'll see in the months ahead.

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KPMG Names Schrecengost Tax Practice LeaderJulie Schrecengost has been named tax practice leader of KPMG LLP’s Anchorage office. Schrecengost is responsible for supporting the career development of tax professionals and the strategic direction and growth of KPMG’s Anchorage tax practice.

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Alaska Literacy Program Appoints Pickett Executive DirectorThe Alaska Literacy Program is pleased to announce that Lori Pickett will assume leadership from Polly Smith, who is retiring after 40 years of service to ALP.

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Not all healthcare heroes wear scrubs. What careers exist outside of doctoring?There are many exciting clinical careers aside from Doctors and Nurses. If blood and guts are not for you, you can still enjoy a blood-free clinical career in healthcare.

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Ice Ice BabyTom Bachert receives an extremely odd request from a mysterious stranger in the fog and Andrew George skates by some serious river trouble way out in the Alaskan Bush.

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Unalaska health worker's ingenuity doubles ventilator capacity for COVID-19 patientsThe ventilator splitters make it possible to fill two sets of lungs from each machine, which typically could only support one person.

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Measure 2 seeks to open primaries to all, restrict ‘dark money' in Alaska electionsBallot Measure 2 would replace separate party primary ballots with one that's open to all, introduce ranked-choice voting and increase disclosure requirements for money supporting candidates.

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Bethel City Council Candidates' ForumGet to know the Bethel City Council candidates with KYUK. Join us Sept. 23, 7-8:30 p.m.

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Wellness—A Fading Trend, or Here to Stay?You’re probably asking yourself, "Does it work? ” “How can it benefit my business? ” Over the past several years, the wellness industry has grown twice as fast as global economic growth, and has produced proven results of increasing employee engagement and retention, while reducing healthcare costs."

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New COVID-19 case in Angoon sets off emergency travel orderThe new case triggers the resumption of an emergency travel order requiring incoming travelers to "practice extreme social distancing measures" for two weeks.

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Alaska's Sen. Murkowski says she can't rule out voting for Trump's Supreme Court pickMurkowski said Tuesday she could not rule out that she would vote to confirm a Trump nominee if the Judiciary Committee approves of one before the November election.

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Derr talks about her reasons for running for AssemblyJuneau, Alaska - Assembly District 2 Candidate Lacey Derr explained on Action Line Tuesday about her decision to run for a seat on Juneau's local governing body.

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Former Juneau musician's song in Tokyo OlympicsSheli DeLaney hosts on Wednesday, September 23, 2020. On Wednesday's Juneau Afternoon, host Sheli DeLaney will catch up with former Juneau musician Anna.

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Coffee@KYUK, September 21: AVCP Awardee For Best Small Business: Sew Yup'ikThis week, one of Bethel's own will be honored at the Association of Village Council Presidents' annual convention on Sept.

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Alaska's storytellersOn the next Outdoor Explorer, author Chris Lundgren and videographer Max Romey, will share stories of Alaska.

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In secret recordings, Pebble Mine execs say Donlin mine is too expensive to buildThe executives said there might be a way for Donlin to reduce its costs if Donlin and Pebble were connected by a new, state-financed road and had access to a new, state-financed port.

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Environmental espionage: Tapes of Pebble chiefs speaking out of school, or a nothing-burger?An environmental group claims it has tapes of Pebble Partnership executives speaking out of school on the Pebble Mine, perhaps overstating their political influence, and taking credit for political outcomes.

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Could the Malaspina Glacier melt into a new bay on Alaska's southern coast?What's happening at the Malaspina Glacier may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States.

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Earthquakes and Insects on Alaska Road TripsA few nights ago, stretched in a tent on the blue-gray gravel of the Lowe River floodplain, I woke to a series of sharp jolts.

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Misprinted absentee ballot envelopes prompt Ketchikan officials to ask residents to double-check addressesKetchikan election officials say more than a dozen registered voters were mailed absentee ballot envelopes with the wrong return address.

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Alaska's pro-oil Republican governor is quietly pushing green energy projectsGov. Dunleavy said improvements in technology and decreasing costs of renewable power "open up some new and tremendous possibilities for Alaska."

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'Another Alarm Bell in the Climate Emergency' as Arctic Sea Ice Shrinks to Second Lowest Extent on RecordWe are headed towards a seasonally ice-free Arctic Ocean, and this year is another nail in the coffin. Arctic sea ice shrank to the second-lowest extent since records began over four decades ago, federal scientists said Monday, prompting renewed warnings about the climate crisis.

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YKHC Investigating Why COVID-19 Test Samples Were LostThe Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation is investigating why dozens of COVID-19 test samples were lost. A YKHC employee reported that test samples from 95.

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In Secretly-Recorded 'Pebble Tapes,' Mining Execs Reveal True Scope of 200-Year Project Planned for One of Earth's 'Most Pristine Ecosystems'The Pebble Tapes reveal what we suspected, said the Audubon Society of Alaska. This is not a small, short-term project. Tapes secretly recorded by the Environmental Investigation Agency reveal that two large mining companies in Alaska have far more expansive plans for a mine near the Bristol Bay fishery than they have publicly acknowledged in.

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Bristol Bay Tribes Shocked at Depth of Pebble's Deception, Efforts to Rig the ProcessDILLINGHAM, AK – The latest news of Pebble’s efforts to get a favorable permit decision confirm what Bristol Bay Tribes and residents have long suspected: the Pebble Limited Partnership has engaged for years in a smoke and mirrors campaign to fool Alaskans and the American people about its project, and it’s time for Alaska’s.

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Five year old child dies in Palmer crashPalmer, Alaska - Alaska State Troopers said alcohol and not wearing seatbelts contributed to the death of a child in a motor vehicle crash on Saturday.

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Alaska absentee ballots sent with incorrect candidate nameANCHORAGE, Alaska — Officials said the Alaska Division of Elections listed the wrong Democratic candidate on 135 absentee ballots emailed to Alaska residents who are overseas.

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Alaska allows online sales of raffle tickets due to virusANCHORAGE, Alaska — Alaska plans to allow the online sale of raffle tickets for the first time to help nonprofit organizations faced with limited fundraising opportunities because of coronavirus restrictions.

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September 22nd, 1898Anchorage Woman Jailed on Felony Assault after Parks Highway Road Rage Incident.

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Finns in Russian AlaskaDuring Russian colonization of Alaska, the country's rule over Finland led to a community of Finns working and living in Alaska.

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Witness signature no longer required to vote in Juneau's local electionThe Assembly voted 6 to 3 in favor of removing the requirement. Several Assembly members said they wanted to remove any possible hurdles that might prevent someone from voting.Â.

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Sullivan: I look forward to seeing who the President nominatesSenator says president has authority to nominate, Senate will take on confirmation responsibilities.

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Dunleavy town hall addresses state mandatesMembers of Gov. Mike Dunleavy's administration held a virtual town hall to discuss the state's ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic and to answer questions submitted by Alaskans ahead of the event.

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Woman dies in crash during trooper chaseThe woman was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.

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Election 2020: The race for the Kenai Peninsula Borough AssemblyThe Clarion spoke to candidates looking to fill seats on the assembly.

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Homer netters top SoHiSoldotna's Sarah Rice digs the ball during a Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020 volleyball game against Homer High School in the Alice Witte Gymnasium in Homer, Alaska.

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Trump interviews Barrett while weighing a high court nomineeWashington, DC - President Donald Trump met with Judge Amy Coney Barrett at the White House as the conservative jurist emerged as a favorite to replace the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.

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CBJ approves emergency ordinancesJuneau, Alaska - CARES dollars will be spent to sample wastewater, help the school district, provide child care and assist local businesses.

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In secret recordings, Pebble Mine execs say Donlin mine is too expensive to buildOn Sept. 21, an environmental group released secretly recorded video clips of Pebble Mine executives who thought they were talking to potential investors, but were instead speaking to people pretending to be interested in investing in the controversial mine.

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Cbj Spends Cares FundingJuneau, Alaska - Measures to spend over $12 million in federal funding for various costs incurred during the pandemic were introduced by the assembly Monday.

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Financial support for new Glory HallJuneau, Alaska - The assembly took a huge step toward providing a large part of the cost to build a new Glory Hall on Monday.

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Ketchikan Assembly passes economic disaster resolutionKetchikan, Alaska - The Ketchikan Gateway Borough passed an economic disaster resolution regarding the fishing industry on Monday.

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Ketchikan Gateway Borough approves pro-police resolutionKetchikan, Alaska - The Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly took up a resolution on Monday night dealing with allegations of discrimination against those working in law enforcement.

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Alaska's pro-oil Republican governor is quietly pushing green energy projects, too.Even as climate change threatens to impose steep costs in Alaska, Dunleavy is still promoting the state's oil industry.

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Alaska's pro-oil Republican governor is quietly pushing green energy projects tooEven as climate change threatens to impose steep costs in Alaska, Dunleavy is still promoting the state's oil industry.

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Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 21, 2020Pebble Mine executives were caught on tape saying Alaska's senators aren't an obstacle to the project.

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Alaska Symphony of Seafood postponed over COVID-19Wrangell, Alaska - The Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation, organizer of the Alaska Symphony of Seafood since 1994, is announcing the postponement of the Symphony event planned for November 2020 due to the ongoing health and safety issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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WATCH: Juneau Assembly hold public hearing on child care, ballot signatures and moreThe meeting will be streamed on Facebook Live and via Zoom Webinar. It will also air live on KTOO 104.3 FM and stream on the web.

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Sitka Assembly, school board to hold joint meetingSitka, Alaska - The City and Borough of Sitka will hold a special joint work session with the Sitka School Board on Thursday night.

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Sometimes It Is Ok…-somers In AlaskaAre a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street!

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Public schools update from Superintendent WeissSheli DeLaney hosts on Tuesday, September 22, 2020. On Tuesday's show, The Juneau School District's Superintendent Weiss will give us an update on public.

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Perseverance Theatre Announces Its Live-Stream 2020 Fall LineupLive-streamed performances, innovative classes, Perseverance Power Parlors, and more are all on the docket for the Fall 2020 Season.

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In Secret Recordings, Pebble Mine Execs Say Donlin Mine Is Too Expensive To BuildOn Sept. 21, an environmental group released secretly recorded video clips of Pebble Mine executives saying that Donlin Gold can't afford to build its gold.

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Alaska Board of Fisheries to hold work session in OctoberJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Board of Fisheries will meet Oct. 15-16, beginning at 8:30 a.m., through the Internet-based video communication company Zoom to hold its work session.

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CBJ reports 6 new COVID-19 cases over weekendJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is reporting six new Juneau residents with COVID-19.

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After dry summer, Nome sets daily rain recordWeather records in Nome continue to fall. The latest was the Goldrush City’s amount of daily rainfall, which was set 1.27 inches of rain on Sept.

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Mat-Su teachers vote to strike if negotiations failAnchorage, Alaska - Teachers in Alaska's second-largest school district have voted to strike if the teachers union can't come to an agreement with the Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District.

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Eriksen named Alaska Small Business Person of the YearJuneau, Alaska - The U.S. Small Business Administration Alaska District has announced the winners of its annual awards program as part of National Small Business Week, Sept.

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2020 Alaska Small Business Owners Honored by SBA Alaska District as Part of National Small Business WeekSmall Business Person of the Year winners from fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Guam will virtually converge in Washington, DC September 22-24, when one of them will be selected as the National Small Business Person of the Year.Â.

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Ketchikan absentee, by-mail envelope printing error discoveredKetchikan, Alaska - The Ketchikan Gateway Borough is working to remedy an error in absentee ballot packets.

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Wrangell voters to weigh in on IFA propositionWrangell, Alaska - In addition to casting ballots for elected officials this year, Wrangell voters will have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposition regarding the Inter-Island Ferry Authority.

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Sitka reports 3 new cases of COVID-19 over the weekendSitka, Alaska - Sitka Unified Command received information from Public Health Officials on three positive test results for COVID-19 in Sitka since Friday, Sept.

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Unalaska PA's ingenuity doubles available ventilators for COVID-19 pandemicAs the coronavirus pandemic hit Alaska, physician's assistant from the fishing community of Unalaska did what she could to make sure her community was prepared.

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Dillingham City and Curyung Tribe say latest COVID-19 case may have broken quarantineThe person who tested positive Saturday had recently traveled and was not experiencing symptoms. They are currently in isolation, and the state public health team is contact tracing.

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Eielson's F-35 buildup on schedule despite COVID delays35 F-35s are being moved to the Interior air force base by the end of next year.

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CBJ building inspection process is changing in 2021Juneau, Alaska - Starting January 2021, building inspections through the City and Borough of Juneau must be requested no later than 12 p.m.

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Groups seek review of gas project regulatory decisionJuneau, Alaska - Conservation groups have asked a federal appeals court to review a regulatory decision authorizing a mega liquefied natural gas project in Alaska.

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Juneau police identify man whose body washed up by Gastineau ChannelJuneau police have identified the body found washed up near the Douglas Bridge earlier this month as that of 60-year-old Juneau resident Stephen Wayne Todd.Â.

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Pebble execs say Murkowski and Sullivan no barrier to controversial mineA group called Environmental Investigation Agency recorded Pebble CEO Tom Collier speaking on a video conference call with people he thought were potential investors.

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DHSS reports 6 new cases of COVID-19 in SoutheastJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported five new cases of COVID-19 in Southeast on Monday.

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Uptick in Russian aircraft flying near Alaska shows ‘probing' for weakness, Sullivan saysSen. Sullivan says a large Russian naval exercise happening in the Bering Sea at the same time as the triple aircraft intercept demonstrates that the Arctic has become a flashpoint.

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Pebble execs tell 'investors' Murkowski and Sullivan are no barrier to controversial mineIn secretly recorded calls, the CEO of Pebble Partnership told men posing as investors that Alaska's senators' public doubts about the project weren't genuine.

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Juneau police identify body found in North DouglasJuneau, Alaska - Stephen Wayne Todd, 60, was identified as the man who drowned in the Gastineau Channel earlier this month.

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Southeast Conference holds annual meeting this weekJuneau, Alaska - The annual meeting of the Southeast Conference gets underway Tuesday and continues through Friday.

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Y-K Delta Reaches 132 COVID-19 CasesThe number of confirmed coronavirus cases announced by the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation rose to 132 over the weekend.

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Mayor Berkowitz labels Save Anchorage an 'astroturf' group, not real grassrootsThere are people who genuinely disagree with what I’m doing. But a lot of the anger that’s been whipped up here has been done through some very orchestrated means and it is not genuine, grassroots but more astroturf in its nature.” - Ethan Berkowitz, mayor of Anchorage.

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DNR Supports Original Decision To Grant Donlin Gold Gas Pipeline Right Of WayIt's going to take Donlin Gold a little longer to get a final decision on whether they will receive the state's right of way lease for its natural gas.

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Independent candidate Alyse Galvin campaigns for a seat in the U.S. HouseWe continue our coverage of the Congressional candidates for the upcoming November election with U.S. House Alyse Galvin.

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Anchorage Woman Jailed on Felony Assault after Parks Highway Road Rage IncidentFairbanks-based troopers revealed that a 31-year-old Anchorage woman has been jailed with no bail pending arraignment after a road rage incident on the Parks Highway on Sunday evening.

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COVID-19 almost sank the Haines bookstore. A local author's national fans saved sales.After Heather Lende posted that readers could get signed and personalized books from the Haines bookstore, hundreds of readers from out-of-state placed orders.

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Skagway turns down business grantsSkagway, Alaska - The Skagway Assembly voted 4 to 2 to not approve $300,000 in business grants to help year-round businesses remain open this winter.

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Five-Year-Old Boy Dies in Hospital after being Pinned under Vehicle in Old Glenn Highway AccidentAlaska State Troopers report that the child pinned under the vehicle in the single-vehicle accident on the Old Glenn Highway on Saturday evening succumbed to his injuries on Sunday evening.

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Buckland sees large spike of COVID-19 with 11 new casesManiilaq officials say six of the residents are showing symptoms of the virus, and all of them are medically isolated in Buckland.

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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 18, 2020Alaska Senator Murkowski declares her intention to wait until after the election to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died today.

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Dillingham Municipal Election 2020: School BoardThree candidates are running for school board this year with two seats open, one unopposed.

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Fishermen can now apply for new USDA financial aid programThe United States Department of Agriculture has a new financial aid program for fishermen. It's called the Seafood Trade Relief Program, and it's aimed at compensating commercial fishermen in the U.S. who have been negatively affected by trade tariffs.

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State temporarily approves online raffles as non-profits adjust to COVID-19According to state gaming manager Katrina Mitchell, this marks the first time any sort of online gaming has been permitted in Alaska.

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COVID-19 almost sank the Haines bookstore. A local author's national fans saved salesKane opened in March, a week before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down retailers for months.

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Clean Energy Requires MiningGreen energy technology is built through mining. Without certain raw materials, such as graphite and rare earth metals, everything from the lithium-ion batteries that power Teslas to those storing electricity from wind turbines would be impossible to create, says US Senator Lisa Murkowski.

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Two Women Injured in Drive-by Shooting on Indiana Street SundayTwo women were hospitalized on Sunday morning following a shooting from a vehicle that occurred around 1 am, APD revealed.

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Red Dog Mine tightens protocols after COVID-19 casesRed Dog suspended outbound travel from the mine to regional communities on Sept.

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Mat-Su teachers authorize strike as district and union go back to bargaining tableWhile the vote was overwhelming, it doesn’t necessarily mean a strike will happen. District officials and union representatives are meeting Monday morning to negotiate a compromise that could avoid a strike.

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Uptick in Russian aircraft flying near Alaska shows ‘probing' for weakness, Sullivan saysU.S. jet fighters have scrambled at least a dozen times so far this year to intercept Russian military aircraft that fly into airspace off Alaska's coasts.

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Why does Alaska have the country's lowest COVID-19 death rate? Doctors explain.Local doctors attribute the low death rate to a number of factors, from aggressive restrictions early on to widespread testing to the state's geography.

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Could the melting Malaspina Glacier create a new bay on Alaska's southern coast?What's happening at the Malaspina Glacier may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States, according to researchers.

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Facebook group for those with grievances against the mayor and assembly growsOver the last few months, a Facebook group called "Save Anchorage" has become an organizing place for people with grievances against the Berkowitz administration and the city's largely progressive assembly.

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Juneau Assembly hears from residents on plan to put $600,000 in CARES Act funds toward child careThis is the latest proposal to come forward as the city continues to struggle with the lack of affordable childcare options.

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Online raffles are temporarily approved in Alaska, as non-profits adjust to pandemic precautionsThe rule change is set to expire on November 15, when the state's COVID-19 emergency disaster declaration ends.

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Why does Alaska have the country's lowest COVID-19 death rate? Doctors explain.Doctors say early, aggressive restrictions have helped keep the number of deaths in Alaska tied to COVID-19 low.

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September 21st, 1891Trump Critics, European Allies Challenge Pompeo Claim About Snapback of UN Sanctions on Iran.

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Anchorage faces fiscal woesAnchorage, Alaska - The municipal government of Alaska's largest city has projected a $17 million revenue shortfall for 2020 because of the economic impact of the coronavirus.

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Eyes turn to Alaska's senators amid Supreme Court vacancyPeople shared remarks about some of Ginsburg's most famous decisions during the event. Some expressed hopes her seat would not be filled until after Election Day.

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I'm 18 and can already see my Alaska community changed forever by climate changeIn Sitka, where people have lived for thousands of years, I've seen glaciers shrink, summer droughts and deadly landslides - and our elected officials are doing nothing.

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Alaska's Fall Legislative OutlookIn this episode we do a post-primary rundown of the tight elections in Alaska and how they might shape the Alaska State House and Senate coalitions in 2021.

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Exploring for Relics in the Alaskan wildernessExploring new area's in the Alaskan Wilderness looking for Relics with my Fisher Gold Bug.

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Ballot Measure 1  The Very Fair Share ActI am betting the oil industry can afford to pay a greater share.

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Candidate QA: Lane ChesleyFormer Homer City Council member Lane Chesley seeks to move on to Kenai Peninsula Borough government service with his run for the District 8 KPB Assembly seat now held by Assembly President Kelly Cooper.

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Voices of the Peninsula: Cook Inlet's pollution double standardIf fishermen can't flush a head in Cook Inlet, why should Hilcorp be allowed to dump toxic waste?

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Daily school district COVID-19 risk levels: Sept. 21Risk levels are based on COVID cases reported in a community and determine how schools will operate.

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Early municipal election voters head to pollsVoters cast the first in-person ballots in the borough's municipal election on Monday.

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DHSS announces 71 new cases in 19 communitiesThe state also reported three new hospitalizations and no new deaths. Statewide, 265 people have been hospitalized due to COVID-19 and 45 people have died.

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Mourners gather in Juneau in Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's honorThe mourners were mostly women, and they joined others in Anchorage, Fairbanks and across the country in grieving for 87-year-old justice.

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COVID-19 and the Courts: District Judge Kari McCrea describes impactsSince mid-March 2020, the Alaska Court System has coped with the public health risk of the COVID-19 pandemic by delaying court proceedings.

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Emergency measures highlight Assembly agendaJuneau, Alaska - The Juneau Assembly will deal with an agenda crowded with significant items during its regular meeting Monday evening.

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Dan Sullivan said 'principle' made Supreme Court vote impossible in election yearThere is a principle that Sen. Dan Sullivan follows—count on him to say and do whatever McConnell and Trump want him to do.

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Study to Investigate Melting Malaspina Glacier, Potential New BayThe rapidly melting Malaspina Glacier in southeastern Alaska’s Wrangell-St. Elias National Park could create a new ocean bay, one feature in what may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States.

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State reports 94 new cases of COVID-19 SundayJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services daily report showed five new resident cases in Juneau and two in Sitka on Sunday.

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Grow, Forage and CookWe clear space in the outdoor garden and prep the garlic row with a generous amount of chicken litter.

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Woman killed during chase with TroopersNikiski, Alaska - An investigation is underway after a 22-year-old Nikiski woman, Olivia Mapes, was killed while trying to flee Alaska State Troopers.

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49,000 Pounds of Salmon to help with difficult seasonJuneau, Alaska - A partnership between Sealaska and the Alaska Longline Fishermen's Association will help families reliant on subsistence fishing from Yakutat to Hydaburg this month.

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September 20th, 1914DHSS today announced 88 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 86 are residents in 13 communities: Anchorage.

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Life Takes Us Full CircleWe continue our Overlanding adventure across the Denali Highway in our Winnebago Revel 4x4. We find another amazing area where we decide to spend a few days before heading back to Anchorage to do some work on the van.

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Special Pebble report: A permitting process favoring mining opponentsAfter a decade and unprecedented amounts of effort, Pebble Mine was ready to file for a permit.

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Alaska wins grant for massive Anchorage Airport project that will bring jobsThe Alaska Energy Authority has been awarded a $21 million grant from the United States Department of Transportation to jumpstart construction of a massive cargo storage and warehouse facility at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.

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Alaskans helped make PFD filing a successMoving forward, we will continue to strive for improvements that benefit all Alaskans.

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Alaska COVID-19 Case Count Summary: Sept. 19, 2020DHSS today announced 88 new people identified with COVID-19 in Alaska. 86 are residents in 13 communities: Anchorage , Fairbanks , Wasilla , Utqiaġvik , Juneau , Bethel Census Area and one each in Chugiak, Douglas, Kotzebue, Northwest Arctic Borough, Palmer, Seward and Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area. Two nonresident cases were reported. One is.

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Rainy day metal detecting finds 4 rings in Fairbanks AlaskaOut on my never ending quest to keep the playgrounds clean and safe in Fairbanks Alaska.

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Teenager's crash may have caused $300K in damagesJuneau, Alaska - On Saturday morning, just after midnight, the Juneau Police Department received a report of a single vehicle crash in the 3000 block of Tongass Blvd.

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Coast Guard Medevacs Crewmember near Dutch HarborA Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak MH-60 Jayhawk helicopter aircrew medevacs a 48-year-old crewmember from the 653-foot merchant vessel Morning Peace approximately 130 miles southwest of Dutch Harbor.

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Coast Guard Medevacs Injured Fisherman Near Cold BayCoast Guard courtesy video. KODIAK, Alaska — The Coast Guard medevaced an injured fisherman approximately 40 miles west of Cold Bay, Alaska, Wednesday.

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Betsy Shinn wins $5K in 2020 Duckless DerbyJuneau, Alaska - This year's Glacier Valley Rotary Club Duck Derby was a virtual affair thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Dates, times and location set for Ketchikan electionsKetchikan, Alaska - Early in-person voting for the Oct. 6 City of Ketchikan and Ketchikan Gateway Borough Regular Election will be Sept.

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Murkowski plus 3 could equal defeat for SCOTUS nominationWashington, DC - Four GOP defections could defeat a Supreme Court nomination, while a tie vote could be broken by Vice President Mike Pence.

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Iditarod race will likely mush on despite COVID-19Anchorage, Alaska - Alaska race officials say the 2021 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race will continue as scheduled.

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DHSS adds 4 new COVID-19 cases in JuneauJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported four new cases of COVID-19 in Southeast on Saturday.

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Battle Heats Up Over Justice Ginsburg's ReplacementWASHINGTON  The death of liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves a pivotal vacancy on the bench, giving President Donald Trump a rare opportunity to solidify his imprint on the right-leaning court with a third appointment with potentially far-reaching consequences for the country for a generation to come.

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Juneau reports two inmates at Lemon Creek among 9 new COVID-19 casesTwo inmates at the Lemon Creek Correctional Facility in Juneau tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.

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September 19th, 1903Longtime Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday from complications with cancer. Ginsburg, a stalwart liberal and the...

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1 new death, 16 new hospitalizationsThe state also saw one additional death and 16 additional hospitalizations associated with COVID-19 this week, for a total of 45 deaths and 261 hospitalizations since the state began tracking the pandemic in March.

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Best of the bunchMike O'Brien, owner and founder of O'Brien Garden and Trees, led groups of apple tasters around his gardens and high tunnels on Saturday, educating guests on growing techniques and sharing anecdotes about the many successes - and failures - he's had with his fruits and berries over the years.

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Alaska man charged in Canada for smuggling firearmsAn Alaska man will appear in Canadian court on Sept. 21 after an incident entering Canada when border security officers seized the fourteen firearms pictured, alongside loaded magazines, ammunition, and other paraphernalia at a crossing southeast of Vancouver.

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Daily school district COVID-19 risk levels: Sept. 19Risk levels are based on COVID cases reported in a community and determine how schools will operate.

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Officials laud Funny River transfer site upgradesMore than 20 people attended a ceremony on Friday to celebrate improvements to the site.

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Homer, Nikiski football record winsHomer's River Mann is tackled by a group of Kardinals during a Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020 football game against Kenai Central High School at Homer High School in Homer, Alaska.

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Opinion: Sen. Dan Sullivan: Alaska's authentic fighterDan consistently pushes back against federal overreach and protects our access to federal lands.

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The multitalented D.H. Sleem, Part twoSyrian-born David Hassan Sleem settled in Seward in 1903.

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Unhinged Alaska: So sayeth the almanac 2020Once again, the summer has rocketed by and we find ourselves on the precipice of the autumn equinox.

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Kenai swimmers sweep tri meetThe host Kenai Central swimming team swept a tri meet with Soldotna and Seward on a Friday in a meet that had no spectators due to coronavirus mitigation measures.

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CCFR handles four major incidents within 1 hour on FridayJuneau, Alaska - It was a busy night for Capital City Fire Rescue as four calls came in within an hour.

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Is Alaska Hard?Are a family of 5 living life in North Pole, Alaska! Where Santa Claus House is right down the street!

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JPD announces 2019 Public Service Award recipientsJuneau, Alaska - Each year Chief of Police Ed Mercer requests nominations from staff in four different categories of public service at Juneau Police Department.

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Excitement and betrayal: families and teachers react to Anchorage plan to return to classroomsThe plan calls for elementary classes and all special education classes to resume on October 19.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Dies at 87Longtime Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday from complications with cancer. Ginsburg, a stalwart liberal and the second woman to serve on the court, died at her home in Washington surrounded by her family, according to a statement from the court.

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CBJ reports 11 new COVID-19 cases on FridayJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau Emergency Operations Center is reporting 11 new Juneau residents with COVID-19 - two cases were reported yesterday and nine today.

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Alaska Senator Murkowski said Friday she would not vote for a justice ahead of electionSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died in her home in Washington D.C. of complications from pancreatic cancer.

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CBJ: Don't fret if you get too many ballots in the mailJuneau, Alaska - The City and Borough of Juneau is reacting to news that some voters are receiving excess ballots in the mail.

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Alaska Senator Murkowski said Friday she would not vote for a justice ahead of electionShortly before the announcement that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died Friday, Sen.

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Culturally responsive curriculumScott Burton hosts on Monday, September 21, 2020. On Monday's show, we'll get a preview of SHI's Tuesday talk on culturally responsive curriculum.

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Alaska Supreme Court rejects appeal to reprint 800K ballotsAnchorage, Alaska - The Alaska Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from U.S. House candidate Alyse Galvin to force the state to reprint its general election ballots.

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Alyse Galvin pleads for ballot reprint from Alaska Supreme CourtAnchorage, Alaska - The Alaska Supreme Court has heard an appeal from U.S. House candidate Alyse Galvin to force the state to reprint its general election ballots.

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87Washington, DC - Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a diminutive yet towering women's rights champion who became the court's second female justice, has died at her home in Washington.

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Southeast's commercial Dungeness crab summer season the second highest on recordThe summer harvest was so good that it's higher than nearly all other full-season harvests — but the value of the fishery was not near a record breaker.

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Dunleavy announces more funds for unemployment claims due to coronavirusAlaskans who have lost work and wages due to COVID-19 disruption in their jobs will be entitled to another $300 a week if they qualify for at least $100 a week in unemployment insurance, and are unemployed or partially employed.

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UPDATE: Plane that made emergency landing in Naknek Lake recovered FridayA commercial de Haviland Turbine Otter made an emergency landing Tuesday. Katmai National Park's superintendent said the pilot and passengers were unharmed.

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After aborted rocket launch in Kodiak, Astra picks up the piecesThe corporation, which was established by the state of Alaska, manages the launch complex and is a partner with Astra, a California start-up company testing a 38-foot rocket, that’s portable and scaled-down to lower the costs of launches.

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Judge declines to force state to reprint 800K ballotsAnchorage, Alaska - A judge decided not to force the state of Alaska to reprint 800,000 ballots after a candidate complained about how some candidates were listed.

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Additional unemployment payments for Alaskans to be distributed soonJuneau, Alaska - Alaskans on unemployment will soon be receiving some additional help, courtesy of FEMA and the president.

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Red Dog Mine tightens protocols after COVID-19 casesThe mine shut down flights to regional communities after several employees tested positive in the last weeks.

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DHSS reports 2 new cases of COVID-19 in SoutheastJuneau, Alaska - The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services reported two new cases of COVID-19 in Southeast on Friday.

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Judge declines to stop Alaska from mailing ballots; appeal underwayThe ruling reverses the direction the judge took Thursday, when she temporarily stopped the state from printing more ballots that leave off a letter next candidates' names showing which party, if any, they affiliate with.

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Watch: The Alaska Supreme Court hears oral arguments in lawsuit over the state's new ballot designA judge issued an order Thursday temporarily blocking Alaska elections officials from printing more ballots after a U.S. Congressional candidate's lawsuit raised "clear and very significant questions" about whether a new ballot design is illegal.

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Unemployment falls in Alaska during AugustJuneau, Alaska - Even economists at the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development were surprised when statistics showed unemployment fell to 7.4% in August.

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Justices rule against Galvin, allow Alaska to proceed with redesigned ballotThe ruling Friday reverses the direction the judge took Thursday, when she temporarily stopped the state from printing more ballots that leave off a letter next to candidates' names showing which party, if any, they affiliate with.

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Witness requirement for Juneau's by mail ballot may be suspendedJuneau, Alaska - The by mail ballots for Juneau's election went out in the mail to voters Tuesday.

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Ballot fiasco is the latest nightmare created by the 'Alaska Dream Team'It appears that Lt. Gov. Meyer was so busy watching notaries, the state seal and serving as a ceremonial leader that he forgot about doing his only real job—supervising elections in Alaska.

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UAF and Partner Institutions Awarded $1.3 Million to Study the Rapidly Melting Malaspina GlacierThe rapidly melting Malaspina Glacier in southeastern Alaska's Wrangell-St. Elias National Park could create a new ocean bay, one feature in what may be the largest landscape transformation underway in the United States.

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U.S. Senate candidate Al Gross answers listener questionsAl Gross is running as an Independent with support from state democrats. What does he want to accomplish for Alaska if voters decide to send him to Washington DC?

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