05-17-21 midday newscast


05-17-21 AM newscast


Creamer's Sounds and Sights: Late Risers

9 hours ago
Mark Ross

After a winter of hibernation, some critters are late getting back into the flow of things. Creamer's educator and biologist Mark Ross is on the prowl. 

05-14-21 KUAC MIDDAY NEWS

May 14, 2021

05-14-21 midday newscast


CCHRC

A US Department of Agriculture grant will help the National Renewable Energy Laboratory’s Cold Climate Housing Research Center in Fairbanks develop a modular home building platform. As KUAC’s Dan Bross reports it has applicability in rural Alaska and beyond.


NOAA

KUAC's Dan Bross talks with Alaska Center for Climate Assessment and Policy climate specialist Rick Thoman about what NOAA's new climate normals say about Fairbanks monthly temperatures and precipitation.

05-14-21 AM newscast


Canadian Border Services Agency

An Anchorage man who was arrested last weekend for refusing to leave a checkpoint on the Alaska side of the U.S.-Canada border remains at Fairbanks Correctional Center. Officials at the jail say 61-year-old Terry Sharkey is refusing to sign paperwork required for him to be released.


Pandemic Politics: Herd Immunity?

May 14, 2021

Once the goal of public health officials, herd immunity seems out of reach in the U.S.

Federal Communications Commission

Across Alaska internet users are being offered $75-per-month discounts as pandemic relief. The subsidy on internet service is available for low-income households or those who lost money in the pandemic.


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