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Court upholds cab driver’s sexual assault conviction

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 14:58
The Yukon’s highest court has upheld a former Whitehorse cab driver’s conviction of sexually assaulting one of his passengers.

Residents west of Whitehorse lost their power

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 14:57
Approximately 30 residents west of Whitehorse were without power for about three hours Thursday evening in -20 C weather because of heavy snow, says Yukon Energy spokeswomen Janet Patterson.

Appeals court reinstates overfishing charges against former Alaska lawmaker

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 14:55
Appeals court reinstates overfishing charges against former Alaska lawmaker The Alaska Court of Appeals has reserved a district court decision, reinstating charges against three men, including former Democratic lawmaker Albert Kookesh, for overfishing near Angoon despite subsistence restrictions.December 27, 2013

Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 14:22

Anchorage Theatre Youth have been having this extraordinary adventure for the last few years thanks to South’s Erin Dagon Mitchell last year and this year David Block is taking West High for an encore. This year will feature an original musical by David Block, the Drama Teacher at West. Find out more about this amazing international  gathering  of theatre companies, what it takes to get there, and the impact it has on those involved. The Edinburgh experience includes multi festivals going on concurrently including  The Edinburgh International Jazz and Blues Festive, the Edinburgh Military Tattoo, the Edinburgh International BookFestival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Edinburgh International Festival itself  and of course, The International Fringe Festival.

HOSTS: Sandy Harper and Dick Reichman

GUESTS:

  • David Block, drama teach, West High School
  • Erin Dagon Mitchell, actress, director, playwright

ORIGINAL BROADCAST: Monday December 30, 2013 at 1:30 p.m.

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Stephen Harper’s advice to Rob Ford (a fantasy)  ( Uffish Thoughts )

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:49
I think you’ll have to agree that a lot has happened since that memorable day when, at your barbecue,

Thank You Matt Lichtenstein

Southeast Alaska News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:49

A man of high integrity with a strong work ethic – KFSK’s News Director for the past 17 years is moving on. Thank you for the dedication and service you’ve provided through the years.

Welcome Angela Denning-Barnes

Southeast Alaska News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:47

KFSK is pleased to announce the addition of a seasoned journalist and public broadcaster – Angela Denning-Barnes. Angela will join the KFSK News department in mid-February. Angela comes to Petersburg after serving in Bethel, Alaska as the KYUK News Director.

Time Is Running Out To Save Florida's Oranges

NPR News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:42

Scientists and growers are in a bitter fight against citrus greening, a disease that has devastated Florida's orange and grapefruit crops. They fear that unless scientists find a cure for greening soon, it's just a matter of time before economic realities and the disease force growers out of business.

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Statistics show lower life expectancies, higher homicide rates in Canada's North

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:37
Statistics show lower life expectancies, higher homicide rates in Canada's North Life expectancies for Inuit citizens have increased over two decades, but the toll from injuries and illness continues to show up in population statistics.December 27, 2013

Kotzebue fishermen's group sues to recover money, equipment

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:36
Kotzebue fishermen's group sues to recover money, equipment The newest incarnation of Kotzebue Sound Fisheries Association, Inc. is suing Chum LLC, a for-profit that sprung up after the original nonprofit involuntarily dissolved, which it says took money and equipment that rightfully belonged to the former KSFA.December 27, 2013

Help identify the Alaska pilot or mechanic in this 1930s-era photograph

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:34
Help identify the Alaska pilot or mechanic in this 1930s-era photograph Ketchikan resident Jodie Banks would appreciate a hand in tracking down the history behind her thrift shop find.December 27, 2013

Alaska travelers leave $3,600 in TSA security bins

Alaska and Yukon Headlines - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:33
Alaska travelers leave $3,600 in TSA security bins A bill pending review in the U.S. Senate would stop the TSA from keeping the change when airport travelers forget to pick up coins from plastic bins at the security checkpoint -- to the tune of about $3,600 a year in Alaska alone.December 27, 2013

Appeals court reinstates charges in fishing case

Southeast Alaska News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:21

ANCHORAGE — The Alaska Court of Appeals on Friday reinstated charges against a former state senator and others for violating conditions of their subsistence fishing permits.

A wildlife officer in August 2009 cited then-lawmaker Albert Kookesh, D-Angoon, and others for catching more sockeye salmon than allowed under a subsistence fishing permit.

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Amid Political Chaos, Thailand's Army Chief Won't Rule Out Coup

NPR News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:21

Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha hinted that a coup was possible amid violence in the streets between supporters and opponents of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

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Booking A Flight For The 'Golden Age Of Hijacking'

NPR News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:11

In the 1960s, catching a flight wasn't much of a hassle. No lines, no security screenings and no need to show ID. But the ease of travel brought with it some serious consequences.

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Oil Company Looks To Great Lakes As Shipping Demand Booms

NPR News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:10

North Dakota and western Canada are producing crude oil faster than rail cars and pipelines can take it to refineries. Now, one company wants to ship it by barge across the Great Lakes. That worries environmentalists, who say a 2010 tar sands oil spill near Lake Michigan has yet to be fully cleaned up.

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On-The-Job Deaths Spiking As Oil Drilling Quickly Expands

NPR News - Fri, 2013-12-27 13:02

As baby boomers retire and drilling increases, energy companies are hiring, adding 23 percent more workers between 2009 and 2012. But the hiring spree has come with a terrible price: Last year, 138 workers were killed on the job, twice as many as in 2009.

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