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Life Informed.

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    State gets timeline for federal environmental review of Alaska LNG project; Troopers release names of officers involved in Pilot Station shooting; Ulsom first into White Mountain, 77 miles from the finish; Old guard content to watch new generation of mushers take reins of sport; Even in corridors of power, the Iditarod intrigues; Scientists listen for mammals, ships in a changing Bering Sea; Mixing science with traditional knowledge, researchers hope to get seal oil on the menu Listen now

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    The 31-year-old Norwegian is the first musher to disrupt the Seavey dynasty, in a grueling race that has dragged on longer than recent years.

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    The Iditarod has crowned a new Norwegian champion: Joar Leifseth Ulsom. The 31-year-old pulled under Nome’s Burled Arch at 3 a.m. Wednesday with eight dogs in harness to claim his first championship, taking the win in Iditarod 46. Ulsom is the first Norwegian musher to win the thousand-mile sled dog race since Robert Sørlie in 2005. Girdwood's Nicolas Petit arrived a little over two hours later, and he spoke to reporters about how his race went and where it went wrong.

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    Concern over the dividend’s future led House members to propose a constitutional amendment, House Joint Resolution 23.

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    Alaska State Troopers say ropes used by Ryan Johnson and Marc-Andre Leclerc were spotted in a cravasse on the north face of the Mendenhall Towers.

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    Scientists estimate following the 2011 tsunami in Japan there were at least 10 times as much debris washing ashore than ever measured.

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    One senator’s lawsuit over PFDs changed the way the Permanent Fund managers can use investment earnings.

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    A recent survey of high school students in the Kodiak Archipelago looked at risk behaviors in the student body. That includes things like drugs, suicide rate and violence.

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    The Trump administration has awarded a major grant to a small community on the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. Listen now

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    The trans-Alaska pipeline fights off about 22 million cyber attacks. Daily.; New Norwegian champ, Joar Ulsom wins 2018 Iditarod; Juneau students take part in national student walkout protesting gun violence; Proposed constitutional amendment would protect dividends, sort of; Mendenhall Towers climbers presumed deceased; search ends; Toksook Bay Tribe receives more than 10 million federal dollars for trail construction; Japanese tsunami litters North American shores with 10 times the trash Listen now

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    Energy infrastructure is a tempting target for hackers, and the trans-Alaska pipeline is no exception. Alyeska, which operates the pipeline, now ranks cyberattacks as one of its top three risks. Listen now

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    Juneau high school students took part in Wednesday’s national walkout calling for action on gun violence. More than a hundred Juneau-Douglas students marched to the state Capitol while dozens of students at Thunder Mountain gathered outside their school. Listen now

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    City officials say the Southeast community has about one month of supply left. They’re asking residents to cut way back on use.

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    The spill reportedly happened inside of a lined container, surrounded by a chain-link fence and barbed wire. A state inspector is on the way to the community.

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    What the state owes in tax credit payouts varies wildly from year to year. By paying off the tax credit debt with bonds, the repayment rate would theoretically become predictable.

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    More than 30 representatives met recently at the Tulalip Indian Reservation, between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia.

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  • A dog has died at a checkpoint along the Iditarod trail. Listen now

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    Alaska Public Media's reporter on the Iditarod Trail, Zachariah Hughes, talks from Nome about the scene there as race finishers mush into town, and KNOM interviews with third-place finisher Mitch Seavey shed some light on his race, including a tough trail along the Bering Sea coast and becoming better friends with Joar Leifseth Ulsom (the new champ!) and runner-up Nicolas Petit. Plus, we go rapid-fire with questions about how fast the dogs run, trail mail and the Burled Arch.

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    The Kuskokwim River now has its longest ice road ever in a year when people thought there might not be any ice road at all. The graded, marked road stretches 200 miles from Bethel upstream to Crooked Creek. Listen now

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    At the U.S. Capitol, Rep. Don Young has a reputation for having a short fuse. He did nothing to dispel that notoriety at a hearing Thursday, where he seemed to let Democrats get under his skin. Listen now

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