NOTN 11-22

    News of the North

    Tuesday, November 22, 2022 - 15 minutes

    It's looking like a wet Thanksgiving for Juneau.

    State troopers report that six aboard a Cessna plane are safe after a crash south of Bethel Sunday afternoon.

    A coalition of elder care providers in Juneau is forming to collaborate on addressing the needs of seniors in the community.

    While on action line, Juneau city manager Rorie Watt gave a wrap on this year's city election results.

    The United States Department of Interior on Thursday announced that it has approved Tlingit & Haidas fee-to-trust application to place one of its land parcels into federal trust status.

    Last week U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski, Maria Cantwell, Dan Sullivan, and Patty Murray sent a letter to Secretary of Commerce Raimondo urging her to rapidly declare a federal fishery disaster.

    The Alaska Supreme Court ruled Friday that a 46-year-old law limiting financial awards in medical malpractice lawsuits is unconstitutionally biased against Alaskans with medical insurance.

    Members of the Thunder Mountain High School swim and dive team spoke on capital chat about the upcoming tree and wreath fund raiser that starts this Friday.

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