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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, March 24, 2023

A bipartisan group of freshman legislators proposed term limits for lawmakers in Juneau. Plus, Indigenous dancers and musicians converge on Bethel for the first full Cama-i festival in three years.

Resources for aging Alaskans to stay in their home communities | Alaska Insight

On this episode of Alaska Insight, host Lori Townsend is joined by Teresa Holt, director of AARP Alaska, and Jacquie Braden, a community development program manager at RurAL CAP to discuss the challenges and resources available, for those looking to spend their golden years in their communities and lifelong homes.
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Homer police tour Alaska urging parents to talk with kids about online safety

Lt. Ryan Browning is leading the series about youth safety and etiquette online, called "Parenting in the Digital Age."
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U.S. and Canada reach a deal on migrants at unofficial border crossings

The deal is the Biden administration's latest move to discourage migrants from crossing the border illegally in order to seek asylum.
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Alaska fentanyl dealer gets 21 years in federal prison

Dustin Noonan’s sentence was handed down following a guilty plea to charges of drug and money-laundering conspiracy, federal officials say.
A group of elders participate in an exercise class in an indoor pool.

For older Alaskans, exercise classes build community

Many older Alaskans are building community, battling isolation and staying healthy in exercise classes.