Midday Report December 21, 2022

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: Anchorage’s biggest emergency cold weather shelter now has bed capacity for up to 360 people. After some record-breaking cold temperatures in Southeast Alaska much of the panhandle is in for a wet Christmas. And an environmental group has filed a complaint seeking to halt use of federal wildlife restoration funds for predator control. 

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Lucille Williams pulls a cart filled with her belongings on a bike path along Mt. View Drive in January, 2022.(Photo by Adam Nicely/Alaska Public Media)
Lucille Williams pulls a cart filled with her belongings on a bike path along Mt. View Drive in January, 2022.(Photo by Adam Nicely/Alaska Public Media)

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