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Zach Hughes, KSKA - Anchorage

Fish & Game Revising Wildlife Habitat Management Plans

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is revising management plans for some of the most exceptional areas of wildlife habitat in the state. But critics say that even after an outcry about what’s been called a massive erosion in environmental protection by both the public and the Legislature, little to nothing has been fixed.

Alexandra Gutierrez, APRN - Anchorage

Alcohol Advertising Near AFN Prompts Complaints

Alcohol Advertising Near AFN Prompts Complaints

A banner advertising drink specials alongside the AFN logo attracted attention on Thursday, when it was hung up at McGinley’s Pub in sight of the convention entrance.

Annie Ropeik, KUCB - Unalaska

Small Fuel Barge Adrift In Beaufort Sea

A small, unmanned fuel barge is adrift in the Beaufort Sea and may be heading toward Prudhoe Bay after its tow line snapped in a storm on Monday.

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Jennifer Canfield, KTOO - Juneau

AFN President Criticizes Gov. Sean Parnell

The head of Alaska’s largest Native organization publicly criticized Gov. Sean Parnell Thursday morning, the opening day of the Alaska Federation of Natives Convention in Anchorage.

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Ben Matheson, KYUK - Bethel

Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan Courts Rural Alaska Voters

Sullivan greets Leif Albertson at the Bethel Chamber of Commerce lunch. (Photo by Ben Matheson / KYUK)

Late last week, U.S. Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan took his campaign to Bethel. The challenger to Senator Mark Begich, who, if successful, may be the Senator that tilts the power balance in the Senate from Democratic to Republican.

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Glacier Trekking

Glacier Trekking

A huge proportion of Alaska is covered with ice. A lot more than has towns and cities or anything man made on it. That’s a lot of country to explore, and its truly beautiful, like another world.

KSKA: Thursday, Oct. 30, at 2:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Talking with Principal Patsy Shaha

Talking with Principal Patsy Shaha

Patsy Shaha, principal of the Alaska Native Cultural Charter School in the Anchorage School District joins host Kathleen McCoy to share stories on how important values, traditions and relationships are woven into the school day.

KSKA: Wednesday, Oct. 29 at 2pm and 9 pm.

Debate with Candidates for US Senate

Single-term incumbent Mark Begich hits the debate floor alongside Libertarian candidate Mark Fish in a debate hosted by the Anchorage Chamber of Commerce.

KSKA: Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 2:00 p.m.

Libertarian Candidates for Governor and U.S. Senate

Libertarian candidates Carolyn Clift and Mark Fish are running for Governor and the U.S. Senate, respectively. (Photos from the candidate's campaign Facebook pages.)

Libertarians believe citizens should be free to engage in any activity that does not violate the rights of others. Their party wants government out of the way so people can pursue liberty and freedom. How would this translate to elected positions?

APRN: Tuesday, 10/28 at 10:00am

U.S. House Candidate Forrest Dunbar

Forrest Dunbar is the Democratic candidate for U.S. House.

Lifelong Alaskan and political newcomer Forrest Dunbar is young and determined. This Yale Law grad wants to be Alaska’s next Congressman. Dunbar is running as a Democrat. His social policy fits with that party, but he says he is more in line with Republicans on resource development.

APRN: Wednesday, 10/29 at 10:00am

Kids in the Wild – Wilderness Therapy for Teens

Kids in the Wild – Wilderness Therapy for Teens

Taking an angry, defiant, and depressed adolescent into the wilderness can have a profound effect on that young persons emotional development and can alter their lives forever. Join host Prentiss Pemberton and his guests from the Alaska Crossings Wilderness Program as they discuss using the power of the Wilderness to treat kids with emotional and behavioral problems.

KSKA: Monday, Oct. 27, at 2:00 and 9:00 p.m.

Perseverance Theatre’s ‘An Illiad’

Perseverance Theatre’s ‘An Illiad’

At its core, theatre is storytelling and in Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare’s re-telling of Homer’s The Illiad as An Illiad a poet appears in an empty theatre to tell a story about sacrifice, war and the rage of mankind. Bostin Christopher, as The Poet, and Director Art Rotch visit Stage Talk to tell us the story of this remarkable play being presented by Perseverance Theatre in the Sydney Laurence Theatre October 24th through November 2nd.

KSKA: Friday, Oct. 24, at 2:45 p.m.
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Alaska News Nightly: October 23, 2014

Small Fuel Barge Adrift In Beaufort Sea; AFN President Criticizes Gov. Sean Parnell; Fish & Game Revising Wildlife Habitat Management Plans; Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan Courts Rural Alaska Voters; Senate Candidate Dan Sullivan Courts Rural Alaska Voters; 20 Alaska Native Languages Now Official State Languages; Third Minto Earthquake Rocks Interior Alaska; Wrangell Doctor Indicted On Child Porn Charges; Unalaska Clinic Shares Ebola Response Plans

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