NOTN 11-3

    News of the North

    Thursday, November 3, 2022 - 15 minutes

    Races for U.S. Senate, U.S. House and governor top the ticket in Alaska’s ranked choice election.

    Alaska Lt. Gov. Kevin Meyer says he is satisfied with Alaska’s ballot counting process and says there are no plans for a statewide hand-count audit of a race like the one he called for two years ago.

    Alaska UU senator Lisa Murkowski spoke to the federal funding coming to the Alaska marine highway, while a guest on action line.

    Juneau senator Jesse Kiehl was on action line and talked about the interest in re-authorization of the Magnusson-Stevens act.

    CG Petty Officer 3rd class Ian Gray, Public Affairs Specialist talked about the US Coast Guard's 420-ft Healy coming to Juneau.

    Capital City Fire Rescue responded to a trailer fire Wednesday morning, the Fire Marshal said there were no injuries reported, and that the home is a total loss.

    Last week, the National Center for Education Statistics releasing results for the 2022 National Assessment of Educational Progress, providing data on a statewide level.

    UAS has a new dean of students, Nathan Bodenstadt.

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