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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7-30-15 KUAC News

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7-30-15 8:30 AM newscast

Bureau of Land Management

The Federal Government has backed down in a long running legal dispute with the State of Alaska over ownership of an eastern interior river. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, state ownership of the Mosquito Fork of the Forty Mile River will open it up to new activity, including mining.

7-29-15 KUAC AM News

Jul 29, 2015

7-29-15 9:30 AM Newscast:

Small hydro-electric projects proposed for the Cantwell area are receiving a mixed response.  As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, the proposals outlined at a public meeting this week include both dam and river diversion projects.

Steve David / Alaska Division of Forestry

The statewide wildfire response that’s been operating at peak for more than a month is ramping down. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, wet weather over areas of the interior has calmed many fires.

7-27-15 KUAC Morning News

Jul 27, 2015

7-27-15 9:30 AM newscast

National Weather Service

Heavy showers are expected around the interior this week.  As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, the rain could result in flooding.

Alaska Department of Transportation

A contractor is expected to begin work soon building up a portion of the Dalton Highway severely damaged  earlier this year by overflow ice and spring flooding from the Sag River.   As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, it’s part of a plan to armor the major North Slope oil field supply conduit against future ice and flood impacts.

Ken Conger (National Park Service)

Wolf hunting season is scheduled to open next month in and around Denali National Park, despite record low wolf numbers. This spring, Park biologists counted fewer than 50 Denali wolves, heightening a long running battle over the popularly viewed animals. KUAC’s Dan Bross reports.

Tanana Fires Persist

Jul 23, 2015
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Recent rain slowed wildfire growth around the interior, but there are still nearly 2 hundred active blazes and over twenty staffed fires. The largest response is to a half million acre complex of fires near Tanana. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports, managers expect suppression and demobilization to take weeks.

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