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Life Informed.

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    Politicians on both sides say we need to tap into the Permanent Fund in order to close the state's multi-billion dollar budget gap. But how would that draw on the $66 billion dollar fund be structured? And how might it affect the longevity of the state's largest investment account?

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    Alaska SB 92 would crack down on derelict boats; Starting positions set for 2018 Iditarod; 67 mushers to depart from Willow on Sunday; Jeff King on PETA and past Iditarod protests; Roll reversal: Anchorage Iditarod prep means dumping snow on city streets; State House to hear public testimony on budget in Anchorage-- the same day as Iditarod start; Response crews reach Shuyak spill; Body of snowboarder caught in avalanche recovered; Why don’t you see people-sized salmon anymore?; AK: How an Arkansas duck tagger became a champion musher; 49 Voices: Bede Trantina of Anchorage Listen now

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    Set up for Saturday's ceremonial Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race start in Anchorage means dumping thousands of pounds of snow on downtown streets. Listen now

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    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals or PETA plans to protest the start of the race in Anchorage tomorrow morning. Former Iditarod champion Jeff King sat down with Lori Townsend recently to talk about the race, his career and his feelings about the animal rights activists who are against racing sled dogs. Listen now

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    The 2018 Iditarod kicks off with the ceremonial start in Anchorage and an 11-mile jaunt through downtown and the city's trails, past race revelers that call themselves "trailgaters." We introduce KNOM News Director and trail reporter Davis Hovey, and hear from DeeDee Jonrowe, Nicolas Petit and some of the folks along the trail.

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    Mushers in the 2018 Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race are officially on course for the 1,000-mile trek to Nome after the restart in Willow. We take a rather, uh, unique question from a listener, and Alaska Public Media's Zachariah Hughes does whatever it takes to get an interview.

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    In less than 24 hours, the Iditarod front-runners have made it to the Finger Lake checkpoint, 123 miles into the 1,000-mile race. But not before checking in at Yentna and Skwentna, the first two checkpoints after leaving Willow. And, even before that, KNOM's Davis Hovey caught up with two top candidates for Rookie of the Year: Two Rivers' Matt Hall and Nenana's Jessie Holmes.

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    Ninety people focused on funding services. Most of the other 11 asked for spending cuts. Listen now

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    The first musher to scratch in the 2018 Iditarod is Zoya DeNure of Delta Junction. Listen now

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    There's been more snowfall than what was typical a few decades ago. Moose can handle heavy snow, but their environment appears to be changing. Listen now

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    From Anchorage the mushers restarted in Willow on Sunday. Then, every two minutes, they took off headed east to the first two checkpoints: Yentna and Skwentna. Listen now

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    Governor Bill Walker said today he's heard from legislative staff that committee hearings are moving appropriately on budget discussions. but he says he's disappointed that the House and Senate are still struggling to find consensus. Listen now

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    Sen. Lisa Murkowski is co-sponsoring a school safety bill, one of the first to emerge in the Senate after the Valentine's Day shooting at a Florida high school. It does not impose gun control. Listen now

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    The traditional foods movement in Alaska is growing. Moose and caribou are appearing on menus at healthcare facilities across the state. But there's an important food that still needs approval -- seal oil. A long-sought solution is in the works.

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    Walker seeks to deepen trade ties with China; Governor Walker pushes for fiscal solution: "The worst plan is no plan"; Public testimony backs stable or increased state budget; House majority down two members; Murkowski backs bill to ID school threats; Iditarod ceremonial start kicks off in Anchorage; Fans participate in trailgate parties to celebrate Iditarod start; Redington, Pettersson and Seavey first into Skwentna checkpoint; Zoya DeNure scratches in Skwentna, first scratch of 2018 Iditarod; Kodiak oil response crew cleans up spill; Trying to solve a moose-sized mystery in the tundra near Nome Listen now

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    Rep. Ivy Spohnholz wrote on Twitter that she is home with her family recuperating from a pulmonary embolism. Listen now

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    In a press conference in Anchorage on Monday, March 5, Governor Walker detailed trade trip and other opportunities for partnership with China. Listen now

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    Things get pretty technical for Iditarod mushers heading out of the Rainy Pass checkpoint and into the Dalzell Gorge before Rohn and Nikolai. Plus, we hear from animal-rights activist and documentary filmmaker Fern Levitt, and we get four-time Iditarod Jeff King's take on criticism of dog mushing.

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    It’s one of the snowiest years in recent memory along a notoriously bare stretch of the Iditarod trail. In recent years, low-snow and a bald, icy trail conditions have made for a perilous run down the Dalzell Gorge through Rohn and across the Farwell Burn on the way to the village of Nikolai. Listen now

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    Willow musher DeeDee Jonrowe has scratched from the 2018 Iditarod. Listen now

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