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Get the latest Alaska news and headlines from Anchorage Daily News, winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. We deliver a daily audio roundup of the top Alaska stories every morning, Monday through Friday. Subscribe to the ADN for full access to digital and print editions: https://adn.com/subscribe
 
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The Olympic cross-country team is packed with Alaskans; Governor Mike Dunleavy says state chief medical officer Dr. Anne Zink still has his confidence; An Idaho man arrested this month is accused of a killing in 1985; The effort to recall Anchorage Assembly member Jamie Allard will not be moving forward…
 
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, our guest is Celeste Hodge Growden who discusses the brutal racism she experienced as an Anchorage municipal employee during the 1980s and '90s. The discrimination she faced inspired her to civil rights work, and she was elected president of the Anchorage branch of the NAACP in 1993, an office she would …
 
Alaska Supreme Court weighs arguments over new election process; the chairman of the Alaska Permanent Fund’s board of trustees defended the board’s decision to fire Angela Rodell; A former Wasilla doctor was sentenced to prison for illegally distributing narcotics to his patients
 
The hot mic incident at the Anchorage Zoom meeting; The Anchorage School District will continue to require masks in its buildings; A campaign to formalize the government-to-government relationship between federally recognized tribes in Alaska and the state is moving forward; A fix for a troublesome portion of the Denali Park Road could be coming so…
 
The story of an Anchorage resident from Afghanistan; The Alaska Court System fired the state’s longest-serving magistrate judge; Biden administration officials announced plans to return to Obama-era rules for oil and gas development in the vast National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska on the North Slope; Anchorage correctional officers pepper sprayed thre…
 
Michael Patterson is an outspoken communist, community organizer, and one of the founders of Anchorage’s “pre-branch” of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, (PSL). He discusses growing up in East Anchorage, his time in the army, his political awakening, and the socialist movement here in Alaska.Oleh Andrew Gray
 
How do birds in Alaska survive the winter?; The Anchorage Downtown Partnership has changed how its safety ambassadors patrol downtown’s streets; A man was shot to death in the parking lot of the Alaska Club East; An Alaska figure skater won his first national title at the Canadian figure skating championships…
 
Some Alaskans are having epic troubles trying to return home; The municipality of Anchorage spent more than $8,000 to post anti-panhandling signs; More than 500 claims for individual assistance had already been received by the Matanuska-Susitna Borough; Alaska has ended its longest stretch of population decline since World War II…
 
Today we celebrate 63 years of Alaskan Statehood by continuing our conversation with Victor Fischer, the last living signer of the our State’s Constitution. We discuss Alaska in the 1950s when he was both a territorial legislator and a delegate to the 1955 constitutional convention. We also talk about the Great 1964 Earthquake when Mr. Fischer was …
 
1/4/22: Alaska has reported 3,700 new COVID; continue to cause chaos in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough infections in a 7-day period; A member of the seven-person board in charge of Alaska’s state fisheries has resigned; Two fines against Hilcorp totaling $64,000 have been upheld
 
Why do Alaskans call it a snowmachine instead of a snowmobile?; Alaskan airports will soon no longer have on-site COVID-19 testing; Governor Dunleavy has named the head of the criminal division of the Alaska Department of Law; Human remains were found in a remote cabin just outside Soldotna
 
Melanie Bahnke, president of Kawerak, the nonprofit tribal consortium representing 20 Alaska Native tribes in the Bering Strait Region, talks about her childhood in the remote western Alaskan village of Savoonga where she grew up speaking St Lawrence Island Yupik. We also discuss her contentious time this past year serving as one of the 5 members o…
 
Alaska doctors have received packages from a group promoting unproven COVID-19 treatments; Alaska's second omicron variant case; The Anchorage Assembly postponed a vote on an ordinance that would update the city’s election laws; Anchorage’s deputy clerk of elections is resigning
 
Remembering the first Presidential visit to Alaska; Alaska’s first case of a new coronavirus variant was detected in an Anchorage resident; A group of longtime Alaska political insiders will urge Alaskans to vote “no” next year on whether to hold a constitutional convention; The Municipality of Anchorage won a major court victory over the federal g…
 
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