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Life Informed.

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    The U.S. Attorney's Office in Anchorage says it's only the third time in the past 25 to 30 years that a formal intent to pursue the death penalty has been filed in an Alaska case. Listen now

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    Walker has been working with a bipartisan governors’ group over the past year on health care issues. Listen now

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    Since last week, processors have been waiting to find out whether secondary processing of Alaska fish will be subject to a new 25 percent tariff, which China announced Friday in retaliation to American tariffs on Chinese goods. Listen now

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    The change in regulation comes after a BP well failed last year; the company blamed it on thawing permafrost causing uneven pressure on the well. Listen now

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    Electricity rates in Juneau are coming down by 6.73 percent. That’s because of a tax windfall realized by Alaska Electric Light & Power whose rates are regulated by the state. Listen now

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    Anchorage police say a brown bear attacked two men, killing one who had last been seen Monday and injuring another Wednesday who was part of a group searching for the missing hiker. Listen now

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    Sitka’s salmon fishermen are worried about the state’s strategy for renegotiating the Pacific Salmon Treaty. That’s the document between the United States and Canada that allocates the king salmon harvest across borders and expires at the end of the year. Listen now

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    State Forestry firefighters are working to contain a fast-growing wildfire near Healy that was ignited by two smoldering fires burning in coal deposits at the surface that merged together. Listen now

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    Alaska officials are still trying to sort out the scope of a problem caused by trenching for fiber optic cables owned by GCI and Quintillion, which could threaten the only haul road to the oil fields at Prudhoe Bay, as well as dozens of streams along the way. Listen now

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    Increasingly organized and vocal community groups are demanding that more aggressive steps be taken to deal with encampments along the city's green-belt. Listen now

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    President Trump signed an order Wednesday to address the family separations at the southern border, but it raises new questions for Congress. Listen now

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    One dead, another injured, after Eagle River brown bear attacks; Alaska delegation mulls Trump order keeping children detained with parents; Sitka salmon fleet to Governor Walker: “Don’t sign a bad treaty”; Two coal-seam fires merge to form rapidly-growing wildfire near Healy; State: Permafrost melt from Arctic broadband projects violated permits; Amid criticism of homeless camps, Anchorage officials weigh aggressive policy change; EPA rollbacks of cleanup regulations for mining companies draw ire of environmental groups; University of Alaska moves forward with Chilkat Valley timber sale Listen now

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    Climate change may have spurred the first humans to move into interior Alaska. A new University of Alaska-Fairbanks study, released on Tuesday, found that around 15,000 years ago, the Bering Land Bridge became much wetter and warmer. That coincides with when people began to leave it. Listen now

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    The University of Alaska is moving forward with a controversial Haines-area timber sale. Listen now

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    The state is intervening in a lawsuit over the EPA’s decision to rescind an Obama-era rule. Listen now

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    Earlier this month, the University of Alaska Fairbanks participated in an international field school in Utqiaġvik, giving early-career researchers a broad view of the Arctic coastal system and how it’s changing, along with some different methods for studying it. Listen now

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    Gov. Bill Walker was in Fairbanks Wednesday to sign a piece of legislation that would close out the remaining debt the state incurred under the old oil tax-credit program.

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    On Wednesday, the state learned how much of $200 million in federal funds will go to recovery from the 2016 pink salmon season disaster in the Gulf of Alaska. Listen now

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    A survivor of a BIA boarding school for Alaska Natives says the separation of children at the border is reminiscent of her own experiences. The context is different: but the traumatic effects are arguably similar. Listen now

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    What they mean when they say 'immigration problem'; In Alaska, family separations evoke past trauma; Fansler sentenced to year of probation, alcohol treatment and community service; State receives $56 million in federal relief for 2016 pink salmon season disaster; Farm bill with large changes to food stamps narrowly passes the US House; Crews tackle small wildfire in Ketchikan; Southcentral king salmon sport fishing closures continue; Climate change may have sparked human migration into Interior Alaska, UAF study finds; Spike in shipping costs has Southeast businesses up in arms; Kake to reuse historic cannery for tourism; At the top of the world, an international field school for research students Listen now

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