This week on the Edge Update, the KRUA news team discusses the financial hardships of the Alaska Dispatch News, the beginning of NAFTA talks, and Bhutan’s precarious position between China (a rock) and India (a hard place). Photo via blog.nus.edu.sg
Dark family memories on the big screen: Award-winning Anchorage filmmaker Levi Taylor recounts the tumultuous childhood that inspired his work, and his plans for the future. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports.
This week on the Edge Update: Continuing closures of rural Alaskan schools, a contested election in Kenya, and radical new possibilities for organ transplants.
This week on the Edge Update, the KRUA news team discusses a local theft, pharmaceutical murder, and human trafficking. Photo via rootedinrights.org
On this week’s Edge Update, the KRUA news team sits down to discuss newly proposed testing standards for Alaskan students, a potentially double-edged Supreme Court decision, and the Mexican government’s scandalous use of surveillance software to spy on anti-corruption activists and journalists. Photo via Teamcoco.com.
This week, the KRUA News Department discusses Puerto Rican statehood and a new study on global obesity rates.
Last Wednesday, NASA announced that Robb Kulin, born and raised in Alaska, was among 12 candidates recruited for their astronaut training program. We spoke to Rob about his selection the day after the announcement. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports. Photo via NASA.