Hot Club Of Cowtown

Jan 18, 2019

Get a preview of Across the Great Divide tour and songs from Hot Club of Cowtown's latest release "Crossing the Great Divide". Plenty of vintage jazz and western swing in this session along their takes on The Band songs that are on the EP and part of the tour. Find out how Elana ended up studying North Indian Classical music during college in India, and how seriously Whit took practicing jazz guitar early in life and Jake's love of all things upright bass here on this episode of Alaska Live.

Tim Ellis/KUAC

The University of Alaska Fairbanks celebrated the completion of the campus’s $245 million power plant back in August, in anticipation the facility would be online by the end of the year. But UAF officials say a structural problem that was repaired last month and a faulty electrical component discovered last weekend will keep the plant from going online until spring.

The upcoming PBS Kids TV show “Molly of Denali” features an Athabascan girl as the lead character for the first time on a national program. It is being produced by WGBH in Boston and Atomic Cartoons in Vancouver, Canada. But a big contribution of talent is coming from Fairbanks and Alaska’s Interior. Six Alaska Native scriptwriters are getting ready for the show’s release this summer.

01-18-19 7:30 a.m. newscast:

1. President Trump touts Fort Greely's role in missile-defense system buildup.
2. Problems found in testing to delay operation of new UAF power plant.
3. Two former Yukon Quest winners hope to repeat in this year's sled-dog race. 

Top Mushers Primed for Quest

Jan 18, 2019
Lex Treinen

Two expected favorites in this year’s Yukon Quest, Brent Sass and Matt Hall, finished in second and third place in the Copper Basin 300 sled dog race that ended this Monday in Glennallen. As Lex Treinen reports, the two former Yukon Quest champions are coming at the Quest from very different places.

Alaska Native tribes receive health services through the Interior Department, which is one of the areas of the Federal Government that is shut down. Local Native health services are continuing, even if workers are not being paid.

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Women's March Saturday

Jan 16, 2019


The third annual Women’s March is this Saturday in Fairbanks. Organizers are trying to be more inclusive in their planning, and have changed the focus of this event a little this year. Traditional women’s issues like equal pay and childcare are always on the agenda, but this year organizers want to narrow the focus to local issues.

The march begins at 11 a.m. Saturday at Ryan Middle School, with a route up and down Lathrop Street.