Midday Report December 26, 2022

On today’s Midday Report with host Terry Haines: Stormy conditions in the Lower 48 have disrupted holiday travel plans for many Alaskans. An orphaned polar bear cub is receiving care at the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage – where it may become a permanent resident. And a Native American movement is aiming to to expunge racist and sexist place names.

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 lone male polar bear cub spotted Nov. 24, 2022 near Prudhoe Bay oil drilling facilities by Hilcorp staff has been taken to the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage for care. (Alaska Zoo via USFWS)
A lone male polar bear cub spotted Nov. 24, 2022 near Prudhoe Bay oil drilling facilities by Hilcorp staff has been taken to the Alaska Zoo in Anchorage for care. (Alaska Zoo via USFWS)

 

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