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Life Informed.

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    This week we're hearing from Gloria Johnson in Anchorage. Johnson is the superintendent of the Hiland Mountain Correctional Center in Eagle River. Listen now

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    As the midterm elections approach, the Bristol Bay Native Corporation will remain neutral on Ballot Measure 1. Listen now

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    It was the end of the fishing season in 1982 in tiny Craig, Alaska. The town was full of fishing boats and fishermen, and after a night of celebrating, nobody could find 28-year-old Mark Coulthurst, his boat -- the Investor -- or his crew, kids or wife, who was pregnant. Listen now

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  • 10/12/18--18:00: APU’s Elders in Residence
  • Alaska Pacific University or APU in Anchorage is now a tribal college, so what does that mean? On the next Talk of Alaska, artists Joe and Martha Senungetuk will discuss their work as APU's elders in residence. They're teaching art and culture and bringing in other Native artists for classes.

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    The 35th annual Elders and Youth conference begins Monday at the Denai'ina Convention Center in Anchorage, followed by the Alaska Federation of Natives later in the week. Listen now

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    Amid a shortage of hospital beds, psychiatric patients put in jails; Ex-hospital officials claim whistleblowing led to firing; BBNC will remain neutral on Ballot Measure 1; Census Bureau looking for rural Alaskans to help with the next big count; 'It's become politicized': advocates give notice of lawsuit to clean up Fairbanks air; 'What Happened in Craig': Trying to piece together one of the state's most perplexing murder mysteries; Elders and Youth, AFN kick off in Anchorage next week; AK: Ketchikan students focus on 'Sense of Place' in Indigenous Peoples Day celebration; 49 Voices: Gloria Johnson of Anchorage Listen now

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    A small number of Alaskans experiencing psychiatric crises are being diverted from healthcare facilities to custody within the Department of Corrections. Listen now

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    The annual conference precedes the Alaska Federation of Natives convention each fall, designed to strengthen inter-generational connections and share indigenous knowledge around the state. Listen now

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    The Alaska Board of Fisheries kicked off its annual work session in Anchorage on Monday and salmon hatcheries will once again be a prominent topic of discussion. Listen now

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  • 10/15/18--17:35: 2018 Legislative Races Map
  • For our  candidate video series called Running, Alaska Public Media invited all candidates who are campaigning for office in Anchorage and the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. Those who chose to participate in recording a Running video are featured on this page. To Use: Either zoom in, select district, then click link to candidate video. Or, click the

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    Challenger Alyse Galvin would seem to be on a roll. Two recent polls have shown she's close to Rep. Don Young, and she's raised nearly $1.2 million. But other signs aren't so positive for her. Listen now

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    Indicators mixed in US House race; ConocoPhillips Alaska CEO says wave of oil production coming to North Slope; 'Our ancestors are our fire': Elders and Youth conference kicks off in Anchorage; Despite legality in Canada, border-crossing with marijuana still will be illegal; Gubernatorial campaigns present their ideas on how to improve Alaska rural public safety; Board of Fish agenda heavy with hatchery issues; Seldovia woman fends off bear inside her home with a broom; Aniak airport construction raises fears of flooding in spring; Redefining sports: Petersburg High School supports starting a video gaming team Listen now

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    The governor plans to hold a press conference in Anchorage at 3 p.m.

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    In a presentation to an Anchorage business group on Monday, Marushack said Conoco’s projects are part of a new wave of oil production in Alaska, something he called a “North Slope Renaissance.”

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    Indicators mixed in US House race; ConocoPhillips Alaska CEO says wave of oil production coming to North Slope; 'Our ancestors are our fire': Elders and Youth conference kicks off in Anchorage; Despite legality in Canada, border-crossing with marijuana still will be illegal; Gubernatorial campaigns present their ideas on how to improve Alaska rural public safety; Board of Fish agenda heavy with hatchery issues; Seldovia woman fends off bear inside her home with a broom; Aniak airport construction raises fears of flooding in spring; Redefining sports: Petersburg High School supports starting a video gaming team Listen now

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    According to Conoco, the Greater Mooses Tooth 2 drill site could produce up to 40,000 barrels of oil per day. The company aims to begin construction this winter, and complete the project by 2021.

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    The news of Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott's resignation Tuesday had a lot of people wondering what will happen next. And that includes Matt Buxton, who is the editor of the online blog Midnight Sun. He also covered the legislature for the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner during the Walker-Mallott administration.

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    20-year-old Tristan Yaadoh Jovan Madros focused on his traditional upbringing in Kaltag, telling the crowd that indigenous practices need to be at the center of young people's formal education in Alaska.

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    The case, which is the second lawsuit filed against the department in less than two months, raises questions about workplace culture for women within the Sitka Police Department.

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    The population growth trend spreads across Western and Northern Alaska.

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