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Get the latest Alaska news and headlines from Anchorage Daily News, winner of the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. We deliver a daily audio roundup of the top Alaska stories every morning, Monday through Friday. Subscribe to the ADN for full access to digital and print editions: https://adn.com/subscribe
 
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Jim Obergefell and John Arthur embarked upon a life together when they were in their early 20s in Cincinnati. Twenty years later, when John was dying of ALS, they began a battle with the state of Ohio to have Jim recognized on John's impending death certificate as his surviving spouse. That case made it's way to the US Supreme Court, and in the lan…
 
Caitlin Shortell was born and raised in Anchorage. She returned home after earning her law degree at Northeastern University in Boston and worked as an Assistant Public Defender at the Alaska Public Defender Agency (2003); as an Assistant Attorney General at the Alaska Attorney General's Office (2004-2008); and as Human Rights Advocate at the Alask…
 
In 2014 marriage equality was achieved in Alaska thanks to a case called Hamby vs Parnell. Although there were 5 couples involved, it was named after Matt Hamby who is our guest today along with his husband Chris Sheldon. They discuss their lives, the case, and the future of marriage equality in Alaska.…
 
how Alaskans’ overstocked pantry shelves tell the story of anxious years; More and more Alaskans need help with food; More details on the he pilot of a small plane that crashed into the Matanuska River; The idea of drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge has become a flash point among left-leaning candidates in Alaska…
 
Anchorage Attorney Scott Kendall served as Sen. Lisa Murkowski's campaign attorney in 2010 and her 2016 campaign coordinator. He then served as chief of staff for Governor Bill Walker. In the last month he represented Alaska Redistricting Board members Melanie Bahnke and Nicole Borromeo in action against the Alaska Redistricting Board itself. Today…
 
A community fridge has opened in Anchorage’s Mountain View neighborhood; Increased fire danger through the Memorial Day weekend for Anchorage; Five electric utilities in Alaska will invest more than $200 million to upgrade the electric transmission system; $200 million in funding in the capital budget to help rebuild the Port of Alaska…
 
The Alaska Reads Act narrowly passed the Legislature; The Biden administration will renew its effort to prevent construction of the Pebble copper and gold mine; A chartered plane carrying three passengers crashed while landing; City officials passed an emergency ordinance that makes violating the current burn ban a misdemeanor crime…
 
the construction projects happening in Southcentral Alaska that could change your summer driving plans; The board tasked with redrawing the state’s legislative districts “again engaged in unconstitutional political gerrymandering”; Governor Dunleavy on Tuesday signed legislation that could help bring nuclear microreactors to Alaska in the coming ye…
 
Kameron Perez-Verdia, Assembly member for west Anchorage, spoke persuasively at the Assembly meeting on May 10, 2022, about why he couldn’t vote to fund Mayor Dave Bronson’s planned emergency shelter at Elmore and Tudor, but then he changed his mind at the last moment voting in support of that funding. His vote was decisive ensuring that the fundin…
 
Another new construction project that includes the demolition of the 4th Avenue Theatre; Hilcorp claims to not have enough natural gas reserves for new contracts; A small plane with engine trouble flipped Monday afternoon; Three men charged with getting too close to the famed salmon-fishing bears at Southwest Alaska’s Brooks Falls have been sentenc…
 
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