In Issue # 1, KRUA celebrates its 26th birthday. Included in the issue is the broadcast schedule, volunteer of the month, staff picks, KRUA events and calendar, and meet the staff, where you can learn what each KRUA staff member does! Check out Issue #1 here: KRUA Newsletter January Issue #1
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
This week KRUA reporter Max Jungreis and volunteer Abby Slater discuss UAA’s Title IX investigation, President Trump’s immigration policies, and the South China Sea.
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 the KRUA news reporters sit down to discuss the passage of a bill that allows families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, the US government handing control of the internet over to a nonprofit , and the mayor’s 2017 budget proposal.
This week the KRUA news reporters sit down to talk about the Syrian ceasefire, banishment in Alaskan villages, and the Wells Fargo fraud case.
For years, the Alaska Moose Federation has taken dead moose off the roadside and put them on people’s kitchen tables- but lately, something’s thrown a wrench in the works. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports.
This week, the KRUA news team discusses Gene Wilder, homicide in Anchorage, and and the death of a top ISIS official.
This week, the KRUA news team talks about the Turkish response to terrorism, education cuts across the country, and Exxon’s unstable relationship with Alaska.
This week, the KRUA reporters discuss University of Alaska sports cuts, a ruling for trans bathrooms in Texas, and the war on drugs in the Phillippines.