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    A food truck in Kodiak is creating quite a stir, serving up the national food of El Salvador, along with some other dishes. Listen now

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    This week we're hearing from Lewis Pagel in Kotzebue. Pagel is a chiropractor who also serves on the local city council. Listen now

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  • 07/06/18--18:00: Salmon science
  • Rivers and streams across the state are closed to king salmon fishing and sockeye returns are shockingly low in parts of Southeast Alaska. Meanwhile, commercial fishermen in parts of Bristol Bay are netting millions of sockeye. What’s happening to salmon stocks around the state? Hear from salmon scientists about what’s affecting this year’s runs on the next Talk of Alaska.

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    A new solicitor's opinion throws doubt on whether Alaska tribes can gain "Indian Country"-type jurisdiction by putting land in trust with the feds. Listen now

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    Domestic violence suspect killed in state trooper shooting; Missing man's body found in Anchorage mudflats; Fresh doubt for Alaska tribes seeking land-in-trust; Top four gubernatorial candidates voice support for Donlin mine; An uncertain future for immigrants pushed out of military; ‘There really isn’t anything held back’ — A whaling festival in Nuiqsut; AK: Family food truck spices up Kodiak food scene with Salvadorian, Mexican fare; 49 Voices: Lewis Pagel of Kotzebue Listen now

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    Service members who joined under a program designed to recruit more medical and language professionals from immigrant backgrounds are now being kicked out, according to the program's architect. Listen now

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    In fall, Nuiqsut's whaling crews travel roughly 80 miles by boat to the village's camp at Cross Island, north of Prudhoe Bay. From there, last year, Nuiqsut's crews harvested four bowhead whales. The Ipalook crew took one of them. Listen now

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    Conoco buys BP's stake in Alaska No. 2 oilfield; Two new wildfires are  fought in Yukon Flats; Alaska CDQ group wants Congress to count heads; Missing backpackers found dead; Stand for Salmon join Bethel group in protesting Donlin Mine; State officials tour  Yukon River communities, talking salmon; Head of Iditarod drug testing resigns; Wildlife get 3,000 more acres creating corridor on Afognak Island; Coast Guard moves north for 'Arctic Shield' 2018; North Pole moves ahead with water project; Mount Marathon racers: David Norris Listen now

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    Residents of Larsen Bay on Kodiak Island are working to keep recycling alive for the population of around 70 people.

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    A power source failure in Anchorage this morning caused service issues for GCI customers across the state. Listen now

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    The Alaska Aerospace Corporation launched a subsidiary, Aurora Launch Services, which will focus on providing support for customers to launch vehicles with smaller satellite payloads into orbit. Listen now

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    An Alaska State Trooper who fatally shot a Copper Center man Friday, has been identified as a six-year veteran of the force. Listen now

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    In the past three years or so, Brandon Ahmasuk says something strange has been opening its jaws to marine mammals in the Bering Sea. Listen now

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    International seafood buyers are scheduled to visit Unalaska this month, but they don't hail from a massive importer like China or Japan. Listen now

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    A power failure aboard the LeConte kept the doors from opening and passengers couldn’t disembark in Angoon. During that time, they were fed the galley’s melting ice cream, a fatal dog fight ensued and a seafood dinner donated by a local lodge ended up uneaten in the ship’s freezer. Listen now

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    According to the National Park Service, there are no more mountaineering or ranger teams on North America’s tallest peak. Listen now

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    GCI customers lose service statewide; Some Alaska Native corporations have ties to ICE detention centers; Trooper identified in fatal Copper Center shooting; Kuskokwim River opens 24/7 to subsistence gillnet fishing; Calista shareholders maintain balance of power at tense annual meeting; Alaska Aerospace Corporation launches subsidiary with focus on satellites; Melted ice cream and uneaten crab: misery aboard the ferry LeConte; Judge OKs city’s $275,000 payout to Juneau family; Denali climbing season ends, with zero fatalities; Ukrainian seafood buyers want to connect with Unalaska's fisheries; Are great white sharks sinking their teeth into Bering Sea seals? Listen now

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    Eleven people have survived an airplane crash Tuesday morning on Prince of Wales Island, and were back in Ketchikan early Tuesday afternoon. Listen now

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    The settlement goes to the family of a fourth-grader partially blinded by a soccer ball in PE class. It’s by far the largest cash payout by the City and Borough of Juneau in recent years. Listen now

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    U.S. Coast Guard and Alaska law enforcement agencies seized 56 grams of heroin, an ounce of methamphetamine and almost 2 pounds of non-commercial marijuana in a large-scale search for illegal activity on ferries in Washington state and Alaska. Listen now

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