Alaska News Nightly: Monday, October 19, 2020Alaskans line up to cast their ballots as early in-person voting begins. And, lack of running water is linked to covid-19 outbreaks in some Alaska communities.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
The Mayor Berkowitz and Maria Athens ScandalJeff and Paxson from the Alaska Landmine break down the bizarre series of events that culminated in the resignation of Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz.Landmine Radio Shared .
Kodiak man's protest ends with no change to hospital visit policyA Kodiak fisherman camped out for weeks in front of Providence hospital after he was denied entrance to see his daughter who was being treated there.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Why some people appear to vote twice in Alaska's election dataA "data hobbyist" says he found scores of examples of people voting more than once.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Janet WeissJeff was joined by Janet Weiss, former president of BP Alaska. They discuss BP's decision to sell their Alaska assets to Hilcorp, her history with BP, the history of oil/gas on the North Slope, how it was working as the president of BP Alaska, oil tax policy in Alaska, her thoughts on Ballot Measure #1, and a unique table building business she...Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 16, 2020A judge rules the Governor's vetoes of court system funding over abortion rulings were unconstitutional.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, October 15, 2020The state will relax some restrictions on travel in and out of Alaska starting tonight.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, October 14, 2020Who will take over following Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz's resignation? And, Ravn airlines looks to get back up and running.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Remade Ravn Alaska prepares to resume flights to UnalaskaExecutives from the company visited Unalaska last week.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, October 13, 2020Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz resigns. And, a new study highlights different types of homelessness in Anchorage.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
'We need you for the future': Elders and Youth conducts virtual conferenceThis year, the Elders and Youth Conference went virtual for the first time in response to the COVID-19 > This year's meeting was a little different, conducted mostly through pre-recorded messages and live Zoom calls.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, October 12, 2020High COVID-19 case counts over the weekend renew worries about Alaska's hospital capacity. And a heated Senate fisheries debate between Dan Sullivan and Al Gross in Kodiak.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Census Bureau claims nearly all Alaska households have been countedBut some are doubting the accuracy of that claim.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Kelly CooperJeff was joined by Kelly Cooper. Cooper is an Independent candidate running in House District 31.Landmine Radio Shared .
Landmine LoveCheck out the thirteenth episode of Landmine Love with Jeff and Sabrena! This episode was recorded in June but due to a technical error was not posted until now.Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 9, 2020After a youth hockey tournament in Anchorage, a cluster of Covid cases. And Tanana Chiefs Conference joins Alaska Native villages suing over the Ambler Road project.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
The hunting life along the Denali HighwayHunting is big part of Alaska life. If you live in Alaska you hunt or know someone who hunts.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, October 8, 2020Millions of dollars pour into Alaska's Senate race. And Congressman Don Young says the Pebble Mine deserves a chance.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Study confirms ancient people of Interior Alaska ate salmonResearch conducted by a team co-led by Halffman and Potter shows that the people who lived at the hunting camp now known as the Upper Sun River site some 11,500 years ago had a more complex diet than previously known.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, October 7, 2020A sitting senator claims underdog status as challenger Al Gross raises $9 million. And Gov.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Vote by mail or in person? Understanding the options this election seasonWhat do you need to know about your voting options? How secure are the systems in place and what will the process be for counting ballots after November 3rd?Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, October 6, 2020Candidates like to talk about state budget cuts, but experts say it's not easy. Plus, Newtok residents lost thousands of pounds of food after an extended power outage.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Irina DudinaJeff was joined by his friend Irina Dudina. Irina tells a wild story of how she got trapped in Russia due to COVID.Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, October 5, 2020A judge says the state shouldn't require a witness signature on mail-in ballots. State Republicans continue in-person fundraising events, without masks.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Without otter predation, sea urchins are decimating Aleutian reefsOrcas have started targeting sea otters, which normally keep urchin populations in check.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
LISTEN: First Presbyterian rings bells to honor 200,000 COVID-19 deaths in AmericaThe national COVID-19 death count crossed 200,000 last month. Social distancing and quarantine protocols have made it difficult to gather to mourn as a community, but yesterday, First Presbyterian Church of Anchorage held a short outdoor ceremony to recognize the huge death toll of the ongoing pandemic.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
In a down market, Alaska fishermen avert disaster by feeding families in needA seafood donation program started by a Sitka organization is helping bring some stability to fishermen and consumers during an uncertain time.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, October 2, 2020Lawyers argue Alaskans shouldn't need a witness to sign their ballot during a pandemic. And, needy Alaska communities get connected with fishermen unable to sell their fish.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska Book Week rolls out October events: how to get an agent, Alaska women writers, AQR reading series and moreOctober 2-9, 2020 marks this year's Alaska Book Week. Find a list of happenings here.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Bears are fatter than ever for Fat Bear WeekStrong salmon runs over the last few years, the bears in the annual contest are looking chubbier than ever.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Swimming AlaskaIn this Outdoor Explorer, we'll be joined by Sheryl Mohwinkel, Melinda Greig and Jenny Kimball, open water long distance swimmers.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
For Sen. Sullivan, the Capitol becomes a pressure cooker as Election Day nearsPresident Trump, Capitol reporters and Senate Democrats put Sen. Sullivan in an awkward spot Thursday.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Mt. Edgecumbe student tests positive for coronavirus, prompting campus lockdownMt. Edgecumbe High School in Sitka briefly locked down and quarantined around 25 students, after another student at the state-run boarding school tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this week.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, October 1, 2020Lawyers argue Alaskans shouldn't need a witness to sign their ballot during a pandemic. And, needy Alaska communities get connected with fishermen unable to sell their fish.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Without ice, killer whales are preying on bowheads in Alaska's northern seas"We can't technically say that there's been an increase because there can be a lapse in data and information from years prior," Willoughby said.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 30, 2020Alaska Senator Dan Sullivan says he's impressed with Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. And, an Anchorage homeless woman's photo sparks a conversation about mental health.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: U.S. Senate incumbent Dan Sullivan is here to answer your questionsRepublican Dan Sullivan has been Alaska's junior U.S. Senator for the last six years. He's running for reelection and wants Alaskans to send him back to Washington DC to continue work on a range of Alaska and national priorities.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Juneau inmates frustrated as state ban on classes, family visits, religious services continuesInmates at Lemon Creek Correctional Center and outside volunteers participate in the Success Inside and Out program in 2015.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Glacier Bay National Park acquires ancestral site of Hoonah's TlingitThe park service is promising "forever" access to the tribe.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 29, 2020With jury trials suspended for months, some Alaskans' lives are on hold, in pre-trial detention.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 28, 2020A coronavirus pause on jury trials for six months and counting leaves some Alaskans waiting for their day in court.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Performing in an emergencyHow and why do we react the way do when we encounter a stressful situation in the outdoors?Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Robyn Forbes and Rick CastilloForbes is the former owner of Shred Alaska. Castillo recently ran for the Anchorage Assembly.Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 25, 2020The Trump administration plans to rollback the long-debated Roadless Rule. And, Bethel leaders focus on incentives rather than enforcement - in getting residents tested for Covid-19.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Save our Sisters Alaska: Telling victim stories of rape and abuse to seek community healingTen months ago, filmmaker Mary Katzke had an idea. Television is filled with detective stories created to draw viewers into the terror, victimization and truth-unraveling of real crimes.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 24, 2020Alaskans will soon vote on a measure that could change the state's election process. And, building a unique-to-Alaska deck of tarot cards.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Primaries or ranked choice? Vote Yes and Vote No make their case on Ballot Measure 2.Ballot measure 2 seeks to make changes to the state's election structure by replacing the political party primary and by selecting candidates through ranked choice voting.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 23, 2020Pebble CEO Tom Collier resigns amid blowback from secret recordings. And, Anchorage teachers express concern over reopening plans.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
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?Alaska News Nightly Shared .
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.Dark Winter Nights Shared .
Alaska's storytellersOn the next Outdoor Explorer, author Chris Lundgren and videographer Max Romey, will share stories of Alaska.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 21, 2020Pebble Mine executives were caught on tape saying Alaska's senators aren't an obstacle to the project.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
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.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
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.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
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.Hello Alaska Shared .
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.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
LISTEN: U.S. Senate candidate Al Gross is here to answer your questionsMaking his first run for public office, Al Gross wants to win the race for Alaska's U.S. Senate seat, currently held by incumbent Dan Sullivan.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Neighbors in Hyder, Alaska and Stewart, B. C. ask Canada to ease border restrictionsThe town of 65 is stuck on the American side of the border with nearly impassable travel restrictions.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
More than a quarter of Alaska communities haven't claimed state CARES Act grants63 Alaska communities haven't claimed funds, largely overe disagreements about how to spend the money.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 17, 2020Dr. Anne Zink discusses the past six months of the pandemic and what's to come.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 16, 2020Oil prices remain low with no increase in sight. Plus, with fall coming, Anchorage hospitals keep an eye on COVID-19 numbers.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Carol Seppilu: Strong resilient indigenousOn the next Outdoor Explorer, Carol Seppilu from Nome will describe her journey from suicide survivor to ultrarunner.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 15, 2020Teachers in the Mat-Su school district inch toward a strike. And, the U.S. Forest Service attempts a new version of a timber sale that was halted by a federal court.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Paddling around North AmericaWhat's it like to sea kayak around south and north America, including Alaska? On this Outdoor Explorer we'll talk with German paddler Freya Hoffmeister who is doing just that.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 14, 2020Alaska leaders talk about what they've learned about COVID, six months into the Pandemic. And, a Kodiak man camps outside of Anchorage's Providence Hospital in hopes of seeing his daughter in the intensive care unit.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: U.S. House candidate Alyse Galvin is here to answer your questionsChallenging Alaska's lone and long-serving U.S. House representative for a second time, Alyse Galvin is running as an independent with support from state Democrats.Talk of Alaska Shared .
LISTEN: U.S. House candidate Alyse Galvin answers listener questionsChallenging Alaska's lone and long-serving U.S. House representative for a second time, Alyse Galvin is running as an independent with support from state Democrats.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
LISTEN: A flurry of lawsuits aim to stop drilling plans in Alaska's Arctic. So what's next?Alaska Public Media's Tegan Hanlon and Casey Grove break down the avalanche of recent lawsuits that aim to derail drilling plans for Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and Alaska's National Petroleum Reserve.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Improve your home cyber security with FBI pro tipsUPDATE after the broadcast: If you have a cyber crime to report, do so here: IC3.org If you wish to check on info breaches related to your email, check at haveibeenpwned.com FBI agents from the Anchorage field office will join us on the next Hometown Alaska to share strategies on improving your home cyber security.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 11, 2020Alaska tribes go to court to exclude Alaska Native Corporations from CARES Act relief funds.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: What can history tell us about which Alaskans face the greatest barriers to employment?The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the economy, and caused widespread unemployment.. While all racial and ethnic groups have been impacted by this trend, nationally, Black and Asian Americans are facing a much greater increase in the unemployment rate, compared to white Americans.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 10, 2020The woman propositioned by former Lieutenant Governor Byron Mallot, tells her story to the Anchorage Daily News.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Sabrena CombsJeff was joined by his buddy Sabrena Combs. They discuss their ages, a story about Jeff moving to Alaska, the recent primary election, Jeff's decision to withdraw from the Senate race, Jeff's first run for public office, a strange story about a name Sabrena's husband shares with a person of interest in a murder, people getting married on...Landmine Radio Shared .
Ketchikan assembly asks state for LGBTQ protections after overriding mayor's vetoIn a nonbinding resolution, the borough assembly asked for state protections for sexual orientation and gender identity, as the city's resolution doesn't necessarily apply to outlying areas.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, September 9, 2020A federal judge blocks a request to require an absentee ballot application be sent to every Alaskan voter.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 8, 2020What can we learn about how Alaskans are experiencing unemployment? And, a new podcast with a familiar voice explores climate change solutions in the U.S and beyond.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Christian MunteanJeff was joined by author and business consultant Christian Muntean. They discuss leadership, the different kinds of leadership, what makes an effective leader, the legislature, Alaska and the Arctic, how organizations and individuals should plan for the long term, and his approach to business consulting.Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, September 7, 2020Hundreds gather in Anchorage for the anniversary of the March on Washington. And, how pandemic misinformation is playing out in Alaska.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
You Really Can See Russia From Here with Josie StilesThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast Emily and Alex sit down with Josie Stiles.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 4, 2020State health officials begin preparing to distribute a COVID-19 vaccine, when one is available. And how dramatic is sea ice loss in the Bering Sea?Alaska News Nightly Shared .
2020 Alaska Sports Hall of FameOn this Outdoor Explorer, Harlow Robinson, executive director of the Alaska Sports Hall of Fame, will catch us up on the Hall's class of 2020.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
UAA coaches, athletes fight to save skiing, hockey and gymnasticsStudent athletes, coaches and other community members are pleading with university leaders for more time.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
With 'cheerful honking' Juneau celebrates Pride with outdoor drive-in drag showJuneau's LGBTQ+ community celebrated Pride last week with a series of events focused on advocacy and support for each other.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
A pair of stranded killer whales has biologists looking for answersPerform a necropsy on a juvenile killer whale on Kruzof Island in 2011. A rare find, this animal's skeleton was cleaned, rearticulated, and mounted in the Sitka Sound Science Center.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Huts and parksThere are many ways and places to get outdoors in Alaska from car camping to remote mountains and rivers.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, September 3, 2020Climate change is drawing more pink salmon to the Arctic Ocean. And, Juneau's annual pride week drag show adapts to social distancing requirements.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: U.S. House incumbent Don Young is here to answer your questionsAlaska has only one U.S. House seat and Congressman Don Young is seeking his 25th term in that position.Talk of Alaska Shared .
LISTEN: U.S. House incumbent Don Young answers listener questionsAlaska has only one U.S. House seat and Congressman Don Young is seeking his 25th term in that position.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
At closed campus seafood processors, workers swap freedom for paychecksWorkers, many of whom come from out of the country, say they weren't informed of the extreme restrictions before they arrived.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday September 2, 2020Student athletes at the University of Alaska Anchorage try to save their sports programs. And, seafood workers in Petersburg discuss living on a closed campus all season.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, September 1, 2020Climate change is disrupting operations at the Red Dog Mine - and costing millions of dollars.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
'Merciless' rain in Southeast Alaska breaks records, dampens spiritsKetchikan recorded 47 inches of rain from June to August.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 31, 2020North Pole state Senator John Coghill trails in his primary race by 14 votes. And, a Southwest Alaska village helps a medevac plane land in the dark.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Retiring at 70, this MD helped lung patients, climbed Denali, ran the Iditarod and saved lives along the trail. Hear her stories.Beth Baker came to Alaska at age 32, joining an Anchorage medical group as a pulmonary physician in 1982, staying with them for 36 years, through 2018.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
LISTEN: Richard Bingham was acquitted in murder cold case, but accusation clouded his lifeBingham confessed to the crime, despite evidence that he didn't commit the murder of 17-year-old Baggen.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 28, 2020Federal officials investigate an interaction between the Russian military and Bering Sea fishing vessels. And, a man falsely accused of a murder in Sitka seeks compensation.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Not every student in Alaska has access to reliable internet. How are officials handling distance education in rural Alaska?How will rural students access course materials in areas with little or no broadband? And how will teachers build relationships with students that can't log on?Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 27, 2020The opening of the first cold case office in Alaska focused on Missing and murdered American Indians and Alaska Natives.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Dead whales wash up near Unalaska, but pandemic complicates necropsiesThe two dead whales that were recently reported included a relatively rare fin whale.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Northwest Arctic Borough pushes for restricting outside hunters over COVID-19 concernsBut hunting guides say the risk of COVID-19 exposure is low and the fears are overblown.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, August 26, 2020Special shipments of COVID-19 testing supplies haven't been spread evenly across Alaska. And, outdoor enthusiasts hope to build a 500 mile trail between Seward and Fairbanks.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 25, 2020Alaska Attorney General Kevin Clarkson resigns over texts he sent a younger state employee. And, more students in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta will start school remotely after a spike in covid cases.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Neighbors push back on plans for cold weather shelter for Juneau's unhousedThe shelter location has moved three times since 2017, and now the city is looking to buy a building miles from town.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 24, 2020Pebble mine opponents say a new federal requirement effectively ends the project. And, Pacific Islanders in Alaska deal with a high rate of COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
New book: How Alaska's pipeline shaped America's Religious RightKL Marshall, originally from Texas but currently living in Alaska , is an academic writing her doctoral thesis at the University of Edinburgh School of Divinity.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
You Can Do Surgery Anywhere with Doc SayerThis week we sit down with surgeon Doc Sayer and gold miner Emily Riedel in Nome.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 21, 2020The Postmaster General floats cutting Alaska's bypass mail program. And, high school students from across Alaska share their thoughts on this unusual school year.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Weathering budget cuts and COVID-19, the UA System preps for a new school yearCOVID-19 has thrown higher education into turmoil. State budget cuts, loss of research funds and the sudden departure of the University system president are also challenging education leaders at an already difficult time.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Tlingit master carver recreates Haida totem pole for Sitka National Historical ParkJoseph is working on the park's second reproduction of the "Waasgo Pole," which tells the story of a Haida legend.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
'We'll figure it out together': Thousands of Anchorage teachers and students log on for the first day of schoolHere's what day one looked like at two Anchorage schools.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 20, 2020A peek into Anchorage classrooms as students experience their first day of school entirely remotely.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Don YoungJeff was joined by Congressman Don Young. He has been Congressman for all of Alaska since 1973.Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, August 19, 2020Absentee ballots aside, there are some initial takeaways from yesterday's primary election. And, homeschool programs in Anchorage are overflowing.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 18, 2020It's primary election day in Alaska. How is it going? And, private schools in Anchorage start the school year with in-person classes.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 17, 2020What to know about the latest science on kids and the coronavirus. And, the Interior Department gives the go ahead for oil drilling in the Arctic refuge.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
State House candidate Becker speaks about controversial blog postsIn an interview the following day, she said her writings were meant to be prayers on the behalf of others.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Tribal members shouldn't need state permits to fish in Metlakatla's traditional waters, lawsuit arguesAttorneys for Metlakatla point to a Supreme Court case from 1918 that says the reservation included deep waters around the islands.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Nearly a quarter of Southeast businesses at risk of closing due to pandemicAs of June, fewer businesses in Southeast Alaska reported receiving federal COVID relief funds compared to distributions across the state.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 14, 2020Tens of thousands of Alaskans are in limbo after federal unemployment money expires. And, Southeast Alaska's tourism-dependent economy has been pummeled by the pandemic, but could there be light at the end of the tunnel?Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: It was supposed to be a record year for Alaska tourism. Then COVID-19 hit.How much has federal CARES Act funding helped Alaska's visitor industry and will these businesses survive the winter?Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 13, 2020Health officials say covid case counts in the state are declining. And, a rare orca swims through the Inside Passage.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Advice from a Real Alaskan Gold Miner with Augie KrutschThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast, with gold just hitting $2,000 an oz, I talk to Augie Krutsch, the owner of AKAU Alaska Gold Mining Adventure Camp in Nome, Alaska, and Emily Riedel, Bering Sea gold dredger - to talk all things gold mining in Nome.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, August 12, 2020Governor Mike Dunleavy talks about the state's fight against COVID-19. And, how can Anchorage teachers make sure more students show up to online classes this fall?Alaska News Nightly Shared .
24 years after her death on a Sitka bike path, genetic evidence leads to Jessica Baggen's killerDNA evidence led investigators to a 66-year old man living in Arkansas, who took his own life last week, shortly after Alaska investigators arrived to question him.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska ferry planners working on lean winter scheduleIn most cases, only one ferry will be assigned to each route with no slack in the system.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Free online Tlingit language class sees widespread interest during pandemicOver 100 people have been joining in the free online Tlingit classes.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Need: Mentors for youth aging out of the state foster care safety netAlaska has approximately 3,000 youth in foster care, and many of these young people have stepped forward to ask for a mentor.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 11, 2020The city of Anchorage and two defiant restaurants have cut a deal. And, thousands of walrus are beaching themselves on the North Slope...again.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 10, 2020Alaska Senate President Cathy Giessel leans on a decade of experience as she faces a serious challenger in next week's Republican primary.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Seiners in Southeast Alaska rescue an unlikely hard-shelled visitorBiologists identified the catch as a Pacific green sea turtle.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Lyrics and riffs with Portugal. The Man's Eric HowkTheir Grammy-winning "Feel It Still" is kinetic, playful but also provoking. How did it happen and what's next?Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 7, 2020Some physicians worry data on Alaska's healthcare capacity isn't telling the whole story. And, judge sides with the city of Anchorage against a defiant restaurant.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
In the middle of a pandemic, brewery opening brings craft beer to SitkaAnother brewery in Sitka closed down last fall after a decade in business.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Global mine standards rest on voluntary complianceThere are concerns that new standards don't go far enough to protect communities downstream.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 6, 2020Anchorage restaurant owners are furious with the mayor's shutdown order. And, parents in Juneau want more details on the school start plan.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Liz SnyderJeff was joined by Liz Snyder, current Democratic candidate for House District 27. They discuss her 2018 campaign, why she moved to Alaska with her husband, her education, her job at UAA, her current campaign compared to her last campaign, COVID, what it's like in Juneau, and issues facing Alaska.Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, August 5, 2020Alaska's first cruise cuts its sailing short after a passenger get a positive COVID test result, enrollment in the state's largest school district is down, and syphilis cases in Alaska are up.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Hard hit by government closures and consumer fears of exposure to COVID-19, restaurants are on the brinkBars and restaurants are once again closed to indoor drinking and dining in Anchorage, but some restaurant owners say they can't afford another shutdown, and will defy the order and stay open.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 4, 2020The latest on the Recall Dunleavy campaign, an Anchorage restaurant defies city's shut down order, and a fishing community struggles without its fish.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Christine O'ConnorJeff was joined by Christine O'Connor, the Executive Director of the Alaska Telecom Association. They discuss her life in Alaska, which included being daughter of a State Trooper and growing up in rural Alaska, commercial fishing in Bristol Bay, the telecom industry in Alaska, the recent 911 dispatch issue, and some of the current legislative...Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 3, 2020A healthcare executive resigns following her husband's firing, a small cruise sets sail, and tug boats keep Alaskans supplied.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
ASD school superintendent answers questions about back-to-schoolSuperintendent Dr. Deena Bishop was a guest on Hometown Alaska this week. We plan to discussed the COVID-19 community risk assessment and how ASD plans to respond depending on low or high risk, as well as School Resource Officers, the school district budget, and effects of the spring emergency closure versus school strategies this fall,.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 31, 2020An Alaska state representative and six others died today after two planes collided midair near Soldotna.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: We're celebrating 50 years of public radio in Alaska. Share your stories with us.Public radio came to Alaska in 1970, providing a vital link between rural communities at a time when there were none.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Sitka fired a police officer for assaulting prisoners. Then it hired him to work in the jail.A legal loophole prevents a statewide police oversight council from taking any action against the officer.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 30, 2020Senator Lisa Murkowski condemns President Trump's tweet predicting election fraud. And, Ketchikan's school board votes for a normal school schedule this fall.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 29, 2020Anchorage extends its emergency proclamation citing the increase in COVID-19 cases. And, the Interior Department prepares to open its Alaska office for investigating cases of murdered and missing indigenous people.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Unalaska fish processor evacuated hundreds during tsunami warningLess than half of Unalaska's sirens failed to sound during the recent tsunami warning.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Boy from the Bush Wins an Emmy with Ben StaleyThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast I talk to Ben Staley - born and bred Alaskan, filmmaker, TV producer, and Emmy award winner.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 28, 2020Workers in Alaska hope the state's senators will support extending federal unemployment benefits. And, some Mertarvik residents say moving farther from the Newtok airport has led to preventable deaths.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Mysterious Bering Straits seabird die-off enters fourth yearMost of the dead birds reported last month were murres and horned puffins.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 27, 2020Some residents say they're healthier after moving away from the eroding Newtok village. And, staff at Southeast domestic violence shelters worry about why they're seeing fewer calls for help.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Jason BockenstedtJeff was joined by Jason Bockenstedt, Chief of Staff to Anchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz. They discuss how he ended up in Alaska, his time working at GCI, how he started working for the Municipality of Anchorage, what it's like being chief of staff for the mayor, the ongoing homelessness issue, recent public testimony at the Assembly on the...Landmine Radio Shared .
Juneau processor sanitized, screened, quarantined but COVID-19 still got inHealth officials who investigated the case say it resulted from community spread — not from inside the plant.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Teens use storytelling to work out personal challenges, find meaningUPDATE Augus t 3, 2020. The podcasts we sampled for this show are now published in full and available to the public.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 24, 2020A lawsuit over absentee ballot applications for the upcoming election heads to federal court. And the Food Bank of Alaska says it's seeing far more people in need amid the pandemic.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: With the school year weeks away, teachers contemplate returning to the classroom during a pandemicThe decisions on how to educate students during the pandemic are difficult and teachers are caught in the middle.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 23, 2020A lawsuit over absentee ballot applications for the upcoming election heads to federal court. And the Food Bank of Alaska says it's seeing far more people in need amid the pandemic.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Flying From Imperial Africa to Alaska with Andrew SmallwoodThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast I speak to Andrew Smallwood, pilot and fisherman / owner of the Celtic Cross seiner in Cordova.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 22, 2020Anchorage announces a new mandate scaling back bar and restaurant capacity. And state lawmakers consider expanding a court system that focuses on treatment instead of prison time.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 21, 2020So far, fishing towns have stayed largely safe from fishing industry COVID-19 cases. And Alaska teachers voice concerns about returning to the classroom.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Inupiaq language survey measures more than just fluencyThe last language census showed about 33,000 speakers of Iñupiat.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 20, 2020The Army Corps of Engineers prepares to publish an important Pebble Mine study later this week.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Listeners question Anchorage police. Take a listen.On June 15—in light of the killing of George Floyd beneath the knee of a Minneapolis police officer on May 25, plus intense local, national and global reactions to the event—Hometown Alaska invited a citizen advocate, the president of the police union, and the APD to discuss community policing and excessive police force.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Toddlers strut their maklaks online as Northwest Alaska's baby pageant goes virtualThe Northwest Alaska beauty contest aims to showcase traditional Inupiaq sewing - and the babies who wear the items.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Jeremy ConklingJeff was joined by Jeremy Conkling, President of the Anchorage Police Department Employees Association. They discuss why he became a police officer, the day-to-day work of a police officer, how people feel about cops, the issue of police brutality, proper use of force, what we can do to improve policing, and the culture within the police...Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 17, 2020A surge in Covid-19 cases in Anchorage has local health officials sounding the alarm. And how doctors like Alaska Chief Medical Officer Dr. Anne Zink are avoiding the virus in their own lives.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaskan Brewing Co with Geoff LarsonThis week I sit down with Geoff Larson, co-founder of Alaskan Brewing Company in Juneau, Alaska.The Alaska Show Shared .
LISTEN: How are recreational and high school sports leagues around Alaska adapting to the changes that come with competing during a pandemic?From mountain running to high school football, Alaskans love sports competition. But many races, leagues and teams are on hold during the pandemic.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 16, 2020Hospitals in Anchorage say they're seeing more people with symptoms of COVID-19. And, regional airlines stay afloat after buying some of Ravn's assets.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: There are billions of dollars at stake in the 2020 Census, but Alaska response rates are lowYet, less than half of Alaskans have responded so far, with the lowest self-response rate of any other state in the country.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 15, 2020Some teachers in Anchorage feel the district's reopening plan is not cautious enough. And, the Sitka Assembly votes to remove a statue of a Russian colonist.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 14, 2020Officials say young people are driving the increase in Alaska's coronavirus cases. And, international students in Alaska react to new guidance from the Trump administration.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
FCC opens priority access for tribes to get broadband licensesThe new program is designed to get remote tribes more broadband access.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 13, 2020Lost visitor revenue could force Alaska's SeaLife center to close for good. And, Juneau provides jobs for unemployed seasonal workers.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Young Alaskans and young Ugandans share COVID stories over Zoom and lettersA non profit program in Alaska that fosters inclusive community set out to link Alaska youth with Uganda youth via Zoom and letter-writing as part of an international internship.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Bill EvansJeff was joined by Anchorage attorney and mayoral candidate Bill Evans. They discuss his campaign for mayor, the recent issue of police brutality, how Bill sees it as a candidate for mayor and a former police officer, reforming how we police in the United States, racial inequality in the country, a recent meeting of the Anchorage Assembly that...Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 10, 2020Hospitalizations in Anchorage more than doubled this week as positive coronavirus cases continue to increase.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: The annual five year Arctic Research plan is inviting public comment before the plan is written. Here's what you need to know.Which federal agencies decide what it will include and how can you weigh in to help shape the focus of the science?Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 9, 2020The Anchorage School District outlines its plan for fall. And, a small commuter airline in Southern California - with some Alaska experience - will revive Ravn.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 8, 2020Pediatricians in Alaska weigh-in on school reopening. And, Juneau residents gather to support local and national police.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Cherokee Savage and Tennessee QueenJeff was joined by dancers Cherokee Savage and Tennessee Queen from the Great Alaskan Bush Company.Landmine Radio Shared .
TheAlaskaLife.com with Kyle MoffatThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast I sit down with Kyle Moffat, the founder of The Alaska Life social media platform and.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 7, 2020Anchorage bar owners push back against being publicly named in connection with positive COVID cases.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 6, 2020Workers at an Anchorage transitional care center describe trying to contain Alaska's largest coronavirus outbreak.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
COVID-19: How artists and a housing agency collaborated to reduce loneliness for isolated seniorsCook Inlet Housing Authority serves about 600 Alaska seniors in independent living situations in CIHA buildings.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 3, 2020Bars take another hit after being linked to some covid-19 outbreaks. And, Denali National Park visitation is at an all time low.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 2, 2020Officials say some of Anchorage's public health resources are maxed out as the coronavirus spreads.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: How important is removing statues in the larger context of systemic racism?For many Americans, monuments, statutes and other historical markers are tributes to past figures, but for Native and Black Americans, these relics are painful reminders of racism and colonization.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 1, 2020Alaska's top doctor says bars have been linked to several coronavirus outbreaks. And, the Sealaska Heritage Institute hopes to further the discussion on Indigenous copyright.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Skagway's economy depends on cruise tourism. With little money coming in, the city is paying millions of dollars to residentsIn Skagway, the city is distributing a large portion of its federal CARES Act funding directly to residents.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska's Future Blue Economy with Justin SternbergThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast I talk to Alaska Ocean Cluster Program Manager Justin Sternberg.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 30, 2020Which disabilities might prevent someone from using a mask? And, Senator Lisa Murkowski comments on the debate over police funding.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 29, 2020A federal fisheries management memo bars employees from explicitly referencing COVID-19. And, a church in Kotzebue reopens to parishioners.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Taylor ThompsonJeff was joined by Anchorage attorney Taylor Thompson. They discuss her podcast "Alaska Lady Business," her time working for Senator Lisa Murkowski in D.C., why she decided to go to law school, a weird case she recently had involving a woman who took over someone's house, the lack of laws in Alaska against revenge porn, some of the new social...Landmine Radio Shared .
Shuttered for months, Kotzebue churches slowly reopen to parishionersWhile in-person ttendance is still lower than before the pandemic, churches have added an online component to their services.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
LISTEN: Interest rates are low, but competition is high for home buyers in AlaskaHome prices have remained surprisingly high during the pandemic, which may be a result of fewer people moving out.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 26, 2020Health officials in Alaska continue to encourage mask wearing to slow the spread of coronavirus.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Why being civil matters: Heather Lende on surviving small-town politicsBook number four, from Heather Lende, is about why and how people in small towns find a way—usually—to remain civil to one another.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Arthur Chester Dyer VJeff was joined by Arthur Chester Dyer V. They discuss a recent post he made in the "Hiking in Alaska" Facebook group asking for a hiking partner, how it quickly turned into a bunch of women commenting on his good looks, how it started to get real weird, and how eventually comments were disabled along with an aggressive post from the admin of...Landmine Radio Shared .
LISTEN: COVID-19 cases are on the rise as Alaska reopens. How do we slow the spread and maintain our economy?The number of new COVID-19 infections in Alaska has sharply increased in this month as the economy reopens.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 25, 2020Ravn Air Group receives dozens of bids for all, or parts, of its bankrupted airline.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 24, 2020Anchorage's mayor says masks may be required if coronavirus cases continue to rise. And, new funding moves the controversial Ambler Road project forward.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska's Largest Oyster Farm with Weatherly BatesThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast I talk to Weatherly Bates, cofounder of Glacier Point Oyster Farm in Halibut Cove, Alaska.The Alaska Show Shared .
State's largest rural solar project nears completion above the Arctic Circle in KotzebueThe ambitious solar project is second only to the Willow Solar Farm.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 23, 2020A Juneau resident challenges the state's expansion of who can apply for CARES Act funds.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 22, 2020The University of Alaska president resigns. And, tribal governments in Alaska ask the federal government for permission to hunt out of season: Plus, neither pandemic nor rain could stop Fairbanks' annual Midnight Sun baseball game.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Foragers share their passion for finding wild foodsIn this time of COVID-19, I am spending a lot of time outdoors. We are surely blessed with one of the greatest systems of hiking and walking trails, and they've become my daily go-to.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 19, 2020Ketchikan officials ask for calm after announcing a COVID-positive traveler visited several social events. And, the infamous "Into the Wild' bus gets a helicopter ride to a new location."Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: What does it take to ensure human rights across Alaska? A conversation with the Human Rights Commission and state Ombudsman.Protests demanding equality have rippled across the state and nation in recent weeks. Communities of color and their supporters demand reform of policing, but inequality also exists within many other government agencies and programs that create barriers to social justice.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 18, 2020Immigrants living under DACA in Alaska, cheer today's Supreme Court decision. And, childcare providers are struggling financially as they seek assistance from the state.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: More women, young Alaskans, among unprecedented number of unemployment filings in AprilLike many other things in the past few months, Alaska Department of Labor Economist Jenna Luhrs says unemployment numbers were unprecedented.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Northwest Arctic Borough continues effort to fill vacant VPSO positionsCommunities say that finding housing is the hardest part of hiring a qualified VPSO.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 17, 2020Anchorage police and firefighters struggle to diversify their workforce. And, the Anchorage School District superintendent defends her decision to keep the school resource officer program.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Commish of ADFG with Douglas Vincent-LangThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast I sit down with Commissioner of Alaska Department of Fish and Game Douglas Vincent-Lang.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 16, 2020Canada extends its border crossing restrictions. And, the proposed Pebble Mine says it will offers Bristol Bay residents an annual dividend.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
My Alaskan MotherOne woman tries to teach her mother a lesson and gets taught one herself and another woman follows her mom to Alaska to find her living a wild life unlike anything she could have imagined.Dark Winter Nights Shared .
Alaskan MacGuyversAlaskans try to get themselves out of trouble with some no-so-mad MacGuyver skills.Dark Winter Nights Shared .
Bear Cub!One man recounts running for his life from a bear as a child and another man is rescued from a bear in a very matter-of-fact way.Dark Winter Nights Shared .
Abdicating the ThroneA woman talks about her religious upbringing and how moving to Alaska led her to question everything she had been taught.Dark Winter Nights Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 15, 2020Alaska doctors ask the governor to consider a mask mandate. And, healthcare experts worry about coronavirus fatigue in the state.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Advocate and police union president discuss community policingThe tragic death of George Floyd beneath the knee of a white Minneapolis police officer, captured on video, has sparked national and global scrutiny and concern over how police treat people of color.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 12, 2020Anchorage's Mayor expresses concern over the increase in coronavirus cases. And, Celebration participants miss going to one of Alaska's largest cultural events.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Protests have erupted across the country and the world. But what will it take to make lasting change?The calls for respect and equality are not new, but what should the next steps be to create real change?Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 11, 2020Health officials try to contain a coronavirus outbreak at a transitional care facility in Anchorage.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: April's job losses were hugeBut, unlike other periods of significant job loss in Alaska's history, this one may be short lived.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Unalakleet teenager leads local March in solidarity with Black Lives MatterThough there isn't a large black population in Unalakleet, the 16-year-old organizer of the march said there are plenty of racial issues in the community.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Supplying Alaska's Marine Industry with Dan VoelzThis week I sit down with Dan Voelz, owner of Pacific Pride Marine Supply in Ketchikan, Alaska.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 10, 2020Senator Lisa Murkowski explains her comments about president Trump's response to protestors. And, how do electric vehicles perform in the Interior Alaska?Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 9, 2020In the wake of George Floyd's killing, Anchorage officials discuss police practices in the city.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 8, 2020Alaskans protest peacefully across the state in solidarity with Black Lives Matter. And, Alaska's hospitals struggle to recover from the pandemic financially.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Anchorage Public Library Director Mary Jo Torgeson on navigating COVID-19 while serving the publicThe comfortable, reliable, always available public library took a whacking under COVID-19. The facility closed its doors to the public, while within, employees worked to keep up with user questions and online services.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 5, 2020The state prepares for out of state travelers arriving with proof that they're COVID free.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 4, 2020Alaskans respond to a political dust up between Senator Murkowski and President Trump. And, one of the first Alaskans to contract COVID-19 describes his experience.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: Is Alaska getting its "fair share" of oil revenue? Ballot measure one seeks to change how oil production is taxed.Alaska's economy is built on oil, and a measure going to the ballet box on November 3rd could have a huge impact on the future of oil in the state.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 3, 2020Some Fairbanks businesses face backlash after anti-racism rallies. And, the city of Palmer suspends its police chief after inflammatory social media posts resurface.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 2, 2020Homeless advocates hope the pandemic inspires long-term change. And, Alaskans with family in nursing homes wait for in-person visits to restart.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 1, 2020Seafood companies are putting their coronavirus plans to the test. And, hundreds of Alaskans rallied last weekend to protest the death of George Floyd.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Where does hydroponics fit into Alaska's food system? Hear perspectives from three year-round farmers.Alaskans take to growing flowers and food with vigor in our short growing season. And this year, with physical distancing thanks to the coronavirus, the backyard is a place to work and play safely.Hometown, Alaska Shared .
Icicle, Ocean Beauty, two of Alaska's largest processors, merge salmon operationsAn analyst said that the merger is driven by a big picture trend: more processing capacity than there are fish to process.Alaska Statewide News Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 29, 2020Canadian officials extend their ban on cruise ships until the end of October. And, Alaska's farmers prepare for increased interest in homegrown food.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Lora ReinboldJeff was joined by Senator Lora Reinbold. They discuss her background in Alaska, how she first got involved in politics, why she decided to run for the House in 2012, why she decided to vote against the budget in 2015, the consequences of that vote, the binding caucus rule, why she decided to run for the Senate in 2018, Alaska's budget, her...Landmine Radio Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, May 28, 2020Amidst a budget crisis University of Alaska leaders propose campus mergers. And, Oil company BP shares a digital program it uses to track worker health.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
LISTEN: As parents head back to work, childcare providers are struggling to meet demandBut many daycare centers and camps are closed. Those that are open are operating under new rules and with limited capacity.Talk of Alaska Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 27, 2020Some healthcare workers and labor leaders express concern as Alaska reopens. And, the Fairbanks visitors office begins a local marketing strategy.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska Fish Radio with Laine WelchThis week on The Alaska Show Podcast we sit down with Laine Welch, founder of Alaska Fish Radio and the author of the weekly Fish Factor column out of Kodiak, Alaska.The Alaska Show Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, May 26, 2020Organizers try to regroup after cancelling this year's Alaska State Fair. And, you can add bikes to the list of things that are hard to find during the pandemic.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Monday, May 25, 2020The city of Juneau is prepared to spend a million dollars to keep childcare centers open in the city.Alaska News Nightly Shared .
Revisiting Sailing the Aleutians on the MV TustumenaThe Alaska Marine Highway has been in the news a lot this summer with talk of big budget cuts and a ferry worker strike.Outdoor Explorer Shared .
Alaska News Nightly: Friday, May 22, 2020Alaska health officials work to train hundreds of new coronavirus contact tracers. And the city of Anchorage follows the state's lead on reopening, with a few more rules.Alaska News Nightly Shared .