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LATEST NEWS & music reviews
Last Friday, UAA’s faculty senate voted 28-9 in favor of a resolution of no confidence in University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen after a spirited debate. KRUA was there to bring you highlights from this discussion. Max Jungreis reports.
This week on the Edge Update, the KRUA news team discusses prospective bills in the Alaskan legislature, the controversial appointment of a vaccine skeptic to the Trump Administration, and possible genocide in Myanmar.
There’s an unusual new startup in Spenard – a taxidermy business based on beetles. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports.
This week, the KRUA news team discusses Rep. Young’s position on a recent congressional ethics measure, the brewing clash over healthcare in Washington D.C., and water shortage in Damascus.
In this edition of Edge Update, news reporter Max Jungreis and Abigail Slater sit down to talk about Senate Bill 91, Israel, and new national monuments.
This week, KRUA reports on new local taxi regulations, a UN resolution condemning Israel’s domestic policy, and a startling breakthrough in the fight against Ebola.
This week on the Edge Update, the KRUA news team discusses Alaskan legislators moving to accept funding from lobbyists, Trump hurdling the electoral college, and a shocking assassination in the Turkish capital of Ankara.
This week, KRUA reports on UAA’s budget for 2018, controversial new laws that limit the governor’s power in North Carolina, and increasing confidence in the U.S. intelligence community that Russia was behind hacks in the 2016 election.
This week on the Edge Update, the KRUA news team discusses the consolidation of the UA school system, massive hacks at Yahoo, and the end of the battle for Aleppo.
This week, the KRUA news team discusses the death of state representative Mike Kelly, Obama ordering intelligence agencies to investigate Russian hacking, and the pending impeachment of South Korea’s first female president.