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Life Informed.

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    An Alaska State Trooper, 57-year-old Vance Peronto, is charged with attempted sexual abuse of a minor after allegedly trying to meet a 16-year-old girl at an Anchorage hotel Sunday, according to a written statement from the Department of Public Safety. Listen now

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    The Anchorage School District is considering a huge change. The district is looking at implementing new school start times, with elementary schools starting earlier and high schools later. Listen now

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    Wildlife biologist Ryan Scott thinks the wolf just happened to kill a deer near the trail and was protecting its kill. He doesn’t think there’s any public safety or pet safety issue out of the ordinary. Listen now

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    "It is a big deal that the IMO has been looking at a ban," Kevin Harun of Pacific Environment, a conservation organization, said. "It’s a very cautious body and it normally does not act without strong support from countries." Listen now

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    The Alaska Senate has a passed a bill that adds “hunting preserve” to the names of eight state wildlife refuges.

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    High costs and limited accessibility spark search by elected officials for potential municipal fixes. Listen now

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    The Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center is preparing for a future that includes more tourists and a melting attraction. Listen now

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    An Anchorage judge heard arguments today in a lawsuit brought by 16 young Alaskans who are suing the state over climate change. Listen now

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    Charges: Alaska State Trooper tried to meet 16-year-old girl for sex; Sixteen young Alaskans hope courts can force the state to act on climate change; Legislature passes bill lowering bond amounts in order to pay pensions; Before the flames: Alaska firefighters prep for wildfire season; Reception mixed on ASD proposal to switch school start times around; How tourists could see the Mendenhall Glacier after it retreats; Wolf kills dog along Brotherhood Bridge Trail in Juneau; Assembly takes up high cost of Anchorage childcare; Octopus eggs hatch at Alaska SeaLife Center; Friendly competition and sibling rivalry abound at Native Youth Olympics Listen now

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    The bonds are part of an older state plan to borrow money specifically for investing, and to reduce the state’s pension obligations to its retired workers. Listen now

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    It’s bright yellow and only flown in only a couple spots around the city. Few people have probably seen Anchorage’s municipal flag, but it plays an important role in the city’s symbolism. Listen now

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    "I was impressed with the range of comments that we got," La Marr said. "Comments from the mining industry, comments from environmental groups, a lot of comments from the tribes... comments from people throughout Alaska and people in the lower 48 as well." Listen now

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    First Quantum Minerals and Northern Dynasty announced today another delay in finalizing their option agreement. Listen now

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    Relocating the Newtok school into a temporary building at Mertarvik will be delayed until the fall of 2019. What’s the hold up? The Newtok Village Council informed the Lower Kuskokwim School District that the problem is a lack of housing. Listen now

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    Army Corps of Engineers officials were at Fort Greely last week to begin planning in earnest for the decommissioning and possible dismantling of the old mothballed nuclear power plant on post. Listen now

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    Charged with attempted sexual abuse of a minor, 57-year-old Vance Peronto, is no longer a trooper. The Department of Public Safety said the 16-year veteran of the force is not employed by the state anymore, as of Tuesday morning. He had been based in Soldotna.Listen now

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    Troopers continue to investigate one of their own for alleged sexual abuse attempt; Deadline for Northern Dynasty and First Quantum to finalize Pebble option agreement extended, again; Medicaid work requirements won’t save money, state says; Caribou, access concerns vs. mining’s economic promise — BLM releases public input on Ambler Road; Death penalty won't be sought in Florida airport shooting; Newtok school relocation delayed until Fall 2019; Army soldier in Alaska brigade dies in Afghanistan; Corps of Engineers officials visit Fort Greely to plan for nuclear power plant decommissioning; After a tragedy, a Yup'ik dance group in Hooper Bay keeps dancing; Why don't more residents know about Anchorage's flag? Listen now

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    The state Department of Health and Social Services said the state would need to hire workers to ensure the state meets federal requirements. Listen now

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    A new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences offers some clues into how the first Alaskans adapted to their new home. Listen now

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    The new owners of Icy Strait Brewing are busy remodeling a new location for the Hoonah microbrewery. They hope to open in time for the first cruise ship scheduled to dock on May 12. Listen now

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