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Life Informed.

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    A science presentation may seem like a hard sell on a Saturday night… but less so if you turn it into a chance to eat and see friends. Listen now

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    The cod population in the Gulf of Alaska is at its lowest level on record. The culprit is a warm water mass called "the blob" that churned in the Pacific Ocean between 2013 and 2017.

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    There were five new wildfires detected across the interior on Monday, including one near Tok that’s drawing a major response. Listen now

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    Bristol Bay seafood processors pay millions of dollars to fishermen for premium sockeye. But how do companies make sure they’re getting their money's worth? By using mostly college students to keep fishermen honest. Listen now

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    The U.S. Supreme Court changed course on taxing online sales this summer. Now, the Kenai Peninsula Borough is working towards taxing major online retailers, namely Amazon. Listen now

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    Walker leads in fundraising and cash on hand, but other candidates have strengths; Fairbanks Borough mayor seeks consolidation of fire commissions; Crews continue to battle blaze southeast of Tok, now estimated at 730 acres; Legislation allows more immediate wildfire penalties; Will online sales taxes incentivize Alaskans to shop local?; As man is found guilty of 2015 shooting, victim and family hope to move on; College students help keep Bristol Bay sockeye top tier; How little investments can lead to big community change Listen now

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    Counting the money Gov. Walker and Lt. Gov. Mallott have spent, it leaves the ticket with $445,000 in cash on hand. Listen now

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    Gun violence can happen anywhere. Chelan Schreifels knows that all too well. Her daughter Caia Delavergne was shot by an Anchorage man, Christian Beier in October 2015. Beier was recently found guilty after a trial in Anchorage. Listen now

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    The body of a fisherman who fell overboard on Monday in Togiak Bay was found yesterday. Listen now

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    The United States Coast Guard recieved a report this morning: The F/V Pacific Knight, a 58-foot longliner operating as tender in Bristol Bay, capsized near Clark's Point. One person is missing. Listen now

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    The land right outside Rue’s house is fairly new. And there’s a geologic explanation for why the view has changed so much since his kids were small. Listen now

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    Hot, dry weather in the Interior is bringing wildfires to life. The Taixtsalda Hill Fire near Tok is estimated at 4,700 acres, after being started Monday by an unknown cause. Listen now

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    Afognak descendants are making sure a new generation has a connection to Alutiiq culture, language and the land where their ancestors lived -- through a summer camp. Listen now

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    As of last week, managing editor Diana Haecker and her husband, advertising manager Nils Hahn, now own the Nome-based newspaper. Listen now

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    Democrats in the U.S. House are urging President Trump to give fisherman caught in the trade war with China the same benefits announced Tuesday for farmers. Listen now

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    The AGDC review says issues with Port MacKenzie include its greater tidal range, heavier buildup of ice and more potential for disturbing endangered Cook Inlet belugas. Listen now

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    Prison commissaries around the country make millions each year, and most of the profits go to private companies. But not at Spring Creek Correctional Center, where the prisoners own and operate the store and use the profits to benefit the communities inside and outside the prison walls.

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    From Congress, a call to help fishermen caught in trade war; The Big Thaw: Fishermen in Kodiak cope with record low cod numbers; After further review, gasline corp still prefers Nikiski over Port Mac; State officials weigh shift to more voting by mail; Tender capsizes near Clark's Point; Body of Togiak fisherman who fell overboard found; Fire crews continue battle with Taixtsalda Hill fire, estimated at 4,700 acres; As lands uplift, a wetland refuge in Juneau is losing ground; Summer camp promotes Alutiiq culture on Afognak Island; Nome Nugget newspaper under new ownership Listen now

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    Rural Alaskans don’t want a system that entirely relies on mail. Listen now

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    Late-run Copper River sockeye continue to come in strong, and the state has scheduled a 90-hour dip net opening at Chitina beginning Thursday. A weaker than expected early run shut down fishing last month, but the return has been improving in recent weeks. Listen now

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