Top Stories Senators aim for ACA fixes, Murkowski-style Liz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – September 6, 2017 One man’s quest to find Glacier Bay’s ecological Holy Grail Elizabeth Jenkins, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Juneau – September 6, 2017 Listen / Watch Thanks To Our Sponsors
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By Victoria Taylor: APD talks crime suppression focus at public safety briefing
& By Travis Khachatoorian: New Report: Nearly every major crime trend in Alaska on the rise in 2016nbsp;
By Beth Verge: Delivery service gets Alaska farmers’ produce into Anchorage homes
The group’s summer program is still open for registration here. The winter delivery program will open in the fall.
By Dan Carptenter: High frequency radios go up for “bad day” scenario
By Peter Zampa: Health care debate takes on new look as lawmakers return from recess
By Steffi Lee: Health officials hold open house over proposed food code changes
The Muni is holding two more open houses on September 13:
Anchorage DHHS 4th Floor Conference Room
825 L Street
9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The public comment period is open until September 22. Written comments can be sent to Department of Health and Human Services ATTN: Food Code, 825 L Street, Anchorage, AK 99501, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Mary Simton: DNCE pops into Anchorage children’s hospital for surprise visit
By Mike Ross: Cat trapping: Is it legal in Anchorage?
For information on renting humane traps and city laws about trapping stray animals, call Anchorage Animal Care & Control at (907) 343-8122. If you know of a stray animal, call (907) 343-8119.
Does vandalism at a school carry a higher, stiffer penalty? Phone numbers or other contact information for reporting on this crime would be nice.
By Dan Carpenter: Vandals target elementary school’s security cameras
He says the cameras will be replaced as soon as possible and encourages witnesses of vandalism to call police and confront children.
“If it’s kids doing stupid stuff, kids will generally respond to adults.”
By Lauren Maxwell: ASD pilot program aims to connect students, faculty
By Travis Khachatoorian: Anchorage entrepreneur tests personalized hydroponic cabinets
By Rebecca Palsha: The future of UAA: An interview with the interim chancellor
By Malcom Rittter: 3 scientists, Planned Parenthood win Lasker medical prizes
In awarding its public service prize to Planned Parenthood, the foundation said it had provided “essential health services and reproductive care to millions of women for more than a century.” About 1 in 5 women in the U.S. has been helped by the organization at some point in their lives, the Lasker foundation said. Besides family planning, it also provides cancer screenings and testing for sexually transmitted diseases.
Top Stories Alaska attorney general joins others arguing that redistricting can be too partisan Andrew Kitchenman, APRN & KTOO – Juneau – September 5, 2017 Trump’s decision to end DACA prompts Anchorage protest Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – September 5, 2017 Listen / Watch Thanks To Our Sponsors
By Dan Carptenter: Vendor reports thousands of dollars in stolen products at Alaska State Fair
The Alaska State Fair says it encourages vendors insure the items they sell. Releaf Alaska says it had to buy more product for the last days of the fair and is offering a $1,000 for information that leads to a conviction.
By Lauren Maxwell: Woman calls for community meeting about car break-ins at dog park
Discover new information about the endangered Steller sea lion by reviewing pictures captured from the remote western Aleutian Islands, Alaska. This is where 94 percent of the Steller sea lion population has vanished in the last 30 years, with no clear answers why. To recover the species, scientists are tracking individually-marked animals throughout their lives. One tool to look for these marked animals is using automated cameras that take pictures year-round. Help us classify images and help save the population.
Alaskans volunteer to help victims of flooding in Texas; Soldotna retailer sentenced for illegal sales of synthetic marijuana; Marijuana tax revenue trended higher in July; New plan for air quality in Fairbanks gets EPA approval; Wind farm owner takes utility to court over purchase refusal; Alaska student tests show dismal results; Legislation signed into law aims to boost vocational opportunities; Local officials worry about rockslide potential near busy Skagway port; Self taught 18 year old student fluent in multiple languages; Return of Chilkat robe celebrated by southeast tribes
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