Dan Bross

Senior FM News Reporter

Dan has been in public radio news in Alaska since 1993.  He’s worked as a reporter, newscaster and talk show at stations in McGrath, Valdez and Fairbanks. Dan’s experience includes coverage of a wide range of topics, from wolf control to the Trans Alaska pipeline and dog mushing. 

He graduated from St. Lawrence University in upstate New York with a degree in fine arts and environmental studies in 1987.  Snow and adventure lured Dan and wife Peggy to Alaska in 1992. The couple and their two kids enjoy cross country skiing, back packing and river trips.  

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8-28-15 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Aug 28, 2015

8-28-15 8:30 AM Newscast

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The Fairbanks North Star borough has begun new weekly information service that tracks the cost of various heating fuels. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, the weekly online update is aimed at educating consumers about their options, and encouraging use of lower emission’s fuels to improve air quality this winter.

Most of the wells in the small interior community of Moose Creek are contaminated with a chemical emanating from Eielson Air Force Base. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, the pollution stems from firefighting foam used at the base in past decades.

8-27-15 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Aug 27, 2015

8-27-15 8:30 AM Newscast

8-26-15 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Aug 26, 2015

8-26-15 8:30 AM Newscast

8-25-15 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Aug 25, 2015

8-25-15 8;30 AM Newscast

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Alaska military veterans testified yesterday at listening sessions in Kenai and Fairbanks about problems accessing federally funded health care benefits. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, veterans shared concerns specific to the Veterans Choice Act, as well as more general issues about working with the Veterans Administration.

8-24-15 KUAC MORNING NEWS

Aug 24, 2015

8-24-15 8:30 AM Newscast

The general public can participate in biomedical research on animals through a first ever course at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, students will not actually handle animal subjects, but review experiments using them on line.

Statements undermining murder convictions of the so called “Fairbanks Four” were briefly published in an on line Fairbanks Daily Newsminer article.  The web story, which was quickly taken down by the paper today, shares leaked court documents outlining long sealed statements about the 1997 murder of John Hartman.  KUAC’s Dan Bross reports.

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