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KNBA Morning Newscasts
9:23 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/15/10 Newscast

Anchorage, AK – A Tanana storeowner wants to start a village-based, grassroots suicide prevention effort. Alaska still has top rates nationally for sexually transmitted diseases. State of Alaska is offering grants to help free villages of domestic violence and sexual assault.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
8:25 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/8/10 Newscast - Senate candidate Joe Miller loses in AK Supreme Court suit challenging write-in election of Lisa Murkowski. Alaska Native political action committee reacts with relief; State surveying public about barriers to children vaccinations

Anchorage, AK – Alaska Supreme Court rules against Senate candidate Joe Miller's challenge of the November election in which he lost to write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski. Alaska Native corporation political action committee says it's a relief to get through that step and looks forward to final resolution of the issue. Department of Health and Human Services wants to find out the barriers to children getting vaccinated.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
8:22 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/21/10 Newscast - Sitka erects a wind turbine to teach physics and math; Fairbanks leaders' hands are tied as they try to reduce air pollution; AK Airlines announces discount fares from AK towns to state Capitol

Anchorage, AK – A wind turbine erected in Sitka will help with physics and math lessons at the statewide boarding school Mt. Edgecumbe, as well as with U.S. Coast Guard and Sitka Utility studies. Fairbanks has had several air alerts, but residents recently voted to reduce options for the borough to manage the burning of wood and coal, the main sources of particulate matter causing health problems. Alaska Airlines is offering discount fares for travel to Juneau during the Legislative session.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
8:16 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

12/22/10 Newscast - Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change Documentary released; AK Senator proposes extension of tax credits for in-state filmmaking; unemployment extended

Anchorage, AK – Renowned Canadian filmmaker Zacharias Kunuk has produced a documentary, "Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change." Interviews with elders in eastern Canadian arctic show longer days, glaciers that have disappeared, and changed weather patterns. The elders emphasize the importance of Inuit resilience in the face of change. Legislator Johnny Ellis plans to introduce legislation that will extend tax credits for film production in Alaska. President Obama signs federal unemployment extensions.

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KNBA Morning Newscasts
3:11 pm
Wed December 29, 2010

11/8/10 Newscast - Count continues in US Senate race; Biologists may kill wolves near Anchorage

Anchorage, AK – Count of absentee ballots begins in Senate race. Department of Fish and Game prepares to cull wolf packs near Anchorage that seem to be losing their fear of humans. Murder trial starts for 5-time DUI offender. Fairbanks legislators not given leadership posts in Legislature.

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