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KNBA Morning Newscasts
11:43 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/28/10 Newscast - AK gets bonus for streamlining Medicaid, Company says it can't meet regulatory requirements for natural gas storage facility; new medical clinic opens in McGrath

Anchorage, AK – Alaska gets a bonus for streamlining Medicaid procedures. A company says it can't meet requirements for a natural gas storage facility on the Kenai Peninsula.McGrath gets a new health clinic.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
11:28 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/29/10 Alaska Natives may challenge confirmation of Fish and Game Commissioner. More mining proposed for Bristol Bay region.

Anchorage, AK – An Alaska Native organization may challenge the confirmation of the Governor's nominee as Commissioner of Fish and Game, saying the nominee may be biased toward commercial fishing and against subsistence. U.N. says 1980s Montreal Protocol has succeeded in slowing ozone depletion. A Canadian mining company, Millross Resources, announces plans to explore for gold, copper and molybdenum near Dillingham.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
11:22 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/27/10 Newscast: HUD 184 loans for Alaska Natives and American Indians popular in Alaska; study examines relationships between Native grandparents and grandchildren

Anchorage, AK – Alaska second only to Oklahoma in use of HUD 184 program that helps make Alaska Natives and American Indians home owners. A study will examine relationships between Alaska Native grandparents and grandchildren.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
11:17 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/7/10 Newscast: 3 arrested in shooting; ANWR anniversary; Governor and Lt. Gov. get sworn into office

Anchorage, AK – Anchorage Police Department has arrested three men in relation to a shooting. President Obama notes the 50th anniversary of the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge to mixed reactions. Governor Sean Parnell and Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell sworn into office.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
11:13 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/9/10 Newscast - Alaska gets $23.5 million for educational stimulus; NOAA closes western Aleutians fisheries to protect endangered Steller sea lions

Anchorage, AK – Alaska gets $23.5 in federal educational stimulus dollars to be used for staff such as teachers, coaches, librarians, and food servers. NOAA closes a fisheries to help protect food sources for endangered Steller sea lions.

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