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Life Informed.

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    Matanuska-Susitna Borough residents will vote this fall on whether the borough should consider doing its own policing.

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    The city of Kodiak paid $265,000 to settle a lawsuit filed in 2016 by the family of an autistic man whom a Kodiak Police officer pepper sprayed the year before. Listen now

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    Reigning Yukon Quest champion Allen Moore headlines mushers who have registered for the 2019 race.

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    Commissioner Brendan Carr will arrive Monday night and spend about 24 hours on the island to learn about the broadband challenges facing rural Alaska. Listen now

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    After a very slow beginning to their season, fishermen in Ugashik Bay saw millions of sockeye salmon return in a little over a week in mid-July. The short intense peak of the season turned out to be beneficial for some of the fishermen who stuck it out all the weeks without fish. Listen now

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    Four people are confirmed dead with a fifth unaccounted for and presumed dead after a crash in the Alaska Range on Saturday. It is the first fatal crash in the Alaska Range involving a commercial operator since 2003. Listen now

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    Pilot identified in fatal Alaska Range crash; Austria man dies in Alaska pack-rafting accident; Kodiak pays $254K to settle lawsuit filed by family of autistic man; New data on Chukchi Sea polar bears leads to subsistence harvest level increase; Troopers seize 33,000 pounds of illegal salmon near Homer; After a long wait, Ugashik fishermen's patience pays off; FCC Commissioner to visit Unalaska during state broadband tour; Empty grocery shelves stem from missed shipments; Kodiak feels tropical at 78F and breaks a 1941 record; Anchor Point residents aim to keep an eye on crime; Philanthropic horticulturists and other prison community leaders Listen now

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    Alaska State Troopers say five commercial fishing vessels illegally caught and transported thousands of pounds of salmon near Homer in late July. Listen now

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    “I think there’s a lot of what I would call anxiety in the center and the left of the political spectrum in Alaska,” said Hollis French, who wants Walker and Begich to agree that someone drop out to eliminate political anxiety. Begich supports the idea, but Walker rejected it.

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    By 12:56 p.m. on Monday, it had reached a record-breaking 78 degrees. The former record was 75 degrees on this day in 1941. Listen now

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    Native hunters in Alaska are about to see an increase in the number of polar bears they can harvest from the Chukchi Sea bear population. Listen now

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    The nonpartisan Legislative Affairs Agency made a two-part proposal: the first part would close the Unalaska legislative information office; and the second part would have used the savings to keep the 22 other LIOs open on Friday afternoons when the Legislature is out of session. Listen now

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    A Haines candidate for Alaska House District 33 is asking the public not to vote for him. Listen now

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    A new Alaska law aims to increase transparency about medical costs and expand access to behavioral health services. Listen now

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    The Surgeon General is traveling around Alaska talking about the opioid epidemic. Though he sees progress, he says the community needs to form new partnerships to address larger issues to get to the root of the problem. Listen now

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    Proposal would have either Walker or Begich drop out of race; Alaska House candidate Hart asks voters not to consider him; Legislative Council votes against adding Friday hours for legislative information offices; Governor Walker signs bill increasing medical cost transparency, access to health services; Groups seek to influence Murkowski on Kavanaugh vote; Comment period extended for draft Donlin reclamation plan; Y-K nonprofit looking at how rural Alaska handles alcohol; In Palmer, Surgeon General says preventing addiction requires looking at larger community problems; High level military to visit Anchorage this week; New business offers shuttle service between Whitehorse and Haines; Togiak's slow but steady salmon run cracks record; Sugpiaq artist shares work, culture with Kodiak residents Listen now

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    Though several hundred ballots remain to be counted, candidate Austin Quinn-Davidson had a double-digit lead in preliminary results.

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    A state agency is extending the deadline for the proposed Donlin mine’s draft reclamation plans. The project would be one of the biggest gold mines in the world. Listen now

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    As part of his statewide tour of broadband systems, FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr stopped in Anchorage today to hear from rural health providers. Commisioner Carr has already visited Unalaska and Palmer on his Alaska tour to learn about challenges with broadband Internet access. Listen now

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    The Alaska Supreme Court today ruled that only certain provisions of the controversial ballot initiative are unconstitutional. Whether the rest becomes state law will be up to Alaska voters. Listen now

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