Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel


Embed this content in your HTML

Search

Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Showcase


Channel Catalog


Channel Description:

Life Informed.

older | 1 | .... | 274 | 275 | (Page 276) | 277 | 278 | .... | 310 | newer

    0 0

    Nicholas Galanin strives to create fearlessly. The Tlingit artist works in multiple mediums from his home in Sitka, and has made a name for himself in the indigenous art world. Listen now

    0 0

    This week we're hearing from artist Mark Wittteveen in Kodiak. Locals may have seen Witteveen's work around town in the form of metal fish. Listen now

    0 0

    Bringing fuel up to the North Slope by barge is now possible due to declining sea ice. Listen now

    0 0

    A Sitka man has been sentenced to 45 years in prison for second-degree murder for shooting his girlfriend during an altercation last year. Listen now

    0 0

    As the race for Alaska's next Governor heats up, Talk of Alaska is featuring all three candidates in September. On the next program, Democrat Mark Begich joins us. What does he see as the best path forward for the future of Alaska?

    0 0

    Fuel for North Slope oil production arrives by barge for the first time; Trilogy Metals seeks permits for Ambler Mine project; Alaska companies release private data for global seabed mapping project; Former Sitka paralegal sentenced for 2017 murder of his girlfriend; Kenai Peninsula Borough opposes Soldotna's annexation plans; At remote Cape Peirce, Bristol Bay students experience the environment first-hand; AK: For Tlingit-Unangax artist Nicholas Galanin, first retrospective a lifetime in the making; 49 Voices: Mark Wittteveen of Kodiak Listen now

    0 0

    The goal is to completely map the seafloor by the year 2030 and three Alaska companies are pitching in. Listen now

    0 0

    The search continues in Kotzebue for a missing ten-year-old girl. Listen now

    0 0

    Eight Bristol Bay middle schoolers did something particularly adventurous with their summer vacations – they attended the Cape Peirce marine science and culture camp on the southwest tip of the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge. Listen now

    0 0

    Agreement links Point Thompson production requirements to deal on Alaska LNG project. Listen now

    0 0

    The Department of Veterans Affairs in Alaska, or VA, wants to provide Homer veterans with more health services and a larger clinic. But there’s a hang up. Listen now

    0 0

    Earlier this year, the state re-opened Sitka’s public assistance office — to the relief of many. When the office was closed, the welfare caseload became severely backlogged. Listen now

    0 0

    The state has filed charges against two Unalaska teenagers who allegedly threatened another teen with a handgun this July. That's likely all the information Unalaskans will get about the case — unless it moves to the adult court system.

    0 0

    If the 1973 case is overturned, states would have more power to restrict abortion, or possibly ban the procedure entirely within their boundaries. But in Alaska, the right to abortion is stronger than it is in much of the country or in federal law. Listen now

    0 0

    Superior Court Judge Herman Walker’s order allows the state to continue to enforce the ban within the state’s right of way. That’s as long as the state treats political and commercial signs the same. Listen now

    0 0

    Numerous agencies continue search for missing 10-year-old Kotzebue girl; Judge orders that some political signs can remain for now — but not all; State announces tentative deal with ExxonMobil to supply gas for Alaska LNG project; What happens if Roe v. Wade goes? In Alaska, 'nothing'; Alaska Airlines union workers picket for better wages; Highway re-routed to protect road from migrating debris lobe; Hunters unearth massive mammoth tusk in Northwest Alaska; When Sitka’s public assistance office closed, pantries shouldered need; VA wants more veterans to register for healthcare; How oil companies are confronted by climate change Listen now

    0 0

    In Juneau, clerical workers, ramp staff and customer service agents sported neon green t-shirts that said “Show us the money!” as they waved signs on the plaza across from the airport’s drop off area. Listen now

    0 0

    The FBI has joined the effort to find a missing girl in Kotzebue. Ten-year-old Ashley Johnson-Barr was last seen the evening of September 6th leaving a local park. Listen now

    0 0

    Alaska has the second highest rate of suicide in the nation, that’s according to a 2016 study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Listen now

    0 0

    In Alaska, oil companies are already seeing the consequences of climate change. But the industry is also grappling with the issue on a much higher level — in a way that could eventually affect whether or not they pursue projects in the Arctic. Listen now

older | 1 | .... | 274 | 275 | (Page 276) | 277 | 278 | .... | 310 | newer