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Fairbanks, AK – Top Stories for Monday, June 7th.

Fairbanks, AK – One of the state's biggest health insurance companies is looking to become a for-profit business. As KUAC's Robert Hannon reports, Premera Blue Cross' efforts to become publicly traded could pump millions of dollars into an account to aid Alaskans without insurance, but critics say the conversion could drive up health care costs.

Fairbanks, AK – Top Stories for Friday, June 4th.

KUAC announces the official sign-on of its digital television service KUAC-DT on Channel 24

Fairbanks, AK – Alaska's wild salmon runs are some of the largest in the world. For years, Alaska fishermen had no problem selling their bumper catches to a hungry world market willing to pay a premium price. But lately the world has been awash in farmed and wild salmon. That's driven salmon prices down and hurt everyone from fishermen and processors to coastal communities across the state. Now, as Arctic Science Journey's Doug Schneider reports, one Alaskan is trying to help the industry reinvent itself.

Fairbanks, AK – Top Stories for Thursday, June 3rd.

Fairbanks, AK – Top Stories for Wednesday, June 2

Fairbanks, AK – Across the board many Interior political contests offer voters a healthy selection of candidates. But others are already decided. Robert Hannon has more.

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Fairbanks, AK – Friends of Animals funded wildlife scientist Gordon Haber is recommending a ban on dogs in Denali National Park. As Kuac's Dan Bross reports, last month Haber sent a letter to Denali superintendent Paul Anderson citing concerns that domesticated dogs in the Park could incite an attack by wolves.

Fairbanks, AK – Top Stories for Tuesday, June 1st

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