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Alaska News Nightly: October 22, 2014

Wasilla High Principal Says Congressman Young Offended Grieving School; Tanana 4H Members Follow Up On Emotional Presentation; Begich, Walker/Mallot Are the Early Frontrunners for AFN Endorsement; Debris Lobe Threatens Dalton Highway; High Energy Prices Driving Builders, Homebuyers to More Efficient Housing; Senate F Race Pits Valley Educator Against Seasoned Legislator; Alaska Writer Presents Simple Philosophy On Wildlife

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October 22, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 21, 2014

3 Alaska National Guard Leaders Fired Monday; Military Recruiters Banned From Anchorage, Mat-Su Schools; Federally-Managed Cook Inlet Waters Could Open Up For Oil, Gas Exploration; False Pass Forges Ahead With Tidal Power; Wrangell Doctor Appears In Court Again After Arrest For Child Porn; After Hazing, Juneau School District Tries To Move Forward; AVCP Works to Reopen Flight School; Public Meetings Begin On Proposed Park Service Sport Hunting Ban; Courts Rule Against 2 Plaintiffs Challenging Park Service Authority; After Two Years, Biologist is Still Trying to Count Alaska’s Migratory Shorebirds; Ketchikan Assembly Says No To Adding Official Prayer

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October 21, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 20, 2014

Parnell Meets With Guard Members; Gubernatorial Candidates Spar Over Gasline; Elders and Youth Conference Kicks Off In Anchorage; Malaspina Crew Helps In Canada Rescue Effort; Small Southeast Community Becomes New Alaska City; Deadline Approaches For Fairbanks Air Plan; Many Voters Irked At Deluge Of Negative Campaign Ads; Attack Ads…With A Twist

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October 20, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 17, 2014

Supreme Court Denies Stay; Same-Sex Marriages Can Continue In Alaska; State Disputes ANWR Boundaries; Air Quality Settlement Requires Review Of Particulate Pollution Plans; Container Ship Adrift Off British Columbia Coast; Les Mis Brings Local Touch To Global Production; Historic Weapons Ousted From Sitka Airport; UA Hopes Survey Will Reveal True Scope Of Sexual Assault Problem On Campus; State Senator Plans To Investigate Guard Situation; AK: Looking Inside; 300 Villages: Metlakatla

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October 17, 2014

300 Villages: Metlakatla

This week we’re heading to Metlakatla, in Southeast Alaska, on Annette Island. Audrey Hudson is the mayor of Metlakatla.

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October 17, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 16, 2014

Ebola Risk Low In Alaska, Plan In Place To Stop Spread; Settlement In Mt. Marathon Race Suit; Jury Deliberates Pipeline False Statement Case; BBEDC Releases 2013 Annual Report; Yup’ik Language Assistance Available For Early Voting In Bethel; Village Shows Teamwork Breaking Up A Frozen River For Fuel Delivery; Environmental Concerns Raised Over Navy Training In Gulf of Alaska; Unalaska School Board OKs Crisis Intervention Rules; Teacher’s Pet: The End For An Educator

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October 16, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 15, 2014

Alaska National Guard Fraud Investigation Begins; Appeals Court Halts Gay Marriages In Alaska; Fairbanks Air Quality Regulation Now In Local Lawmakers’ Control; Gubernatorial Candidates Spar Over Interior Issues; Sullivan Raises More Than Begich In Latest Quarter ; Late Journalist Honored By Fishermen’s Group; Bering Sea Crab Fleet Hopes For Big Haul As Season Begins; American Seafoods Settles Over Scale Tampering; Cost, Avalanche Danger High On Juneau Access Opponents’ Concerns; Great Alaska Shakeout Preps Alaskans For Future Quakes; Calista Prepares For Shareholder Vote On Enrolling Descendants; Y-K Delta Residents: How Will Donlin Gas Pipeline Benefit Us?

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October 15, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 14, 2014

Judge Denies Stay On Same-Sex Marriage Decision; Feds Seek Dismissal of King Cove Lawsuit; More Big Thorne Timber Sales Announced; Groups Criticize State For Renewal Of Wishbone Hill Coal Mining Permit; Community-Based Solutions For Coastal Erosion Discussed In Anchorage; Fish & Game Releases Commercial Salmon Fishing Summary; UAF Vice Chancellor Visits Bristol Bay Campus; Juneau Non-Profit Bridges Spanish Language Gap; Arctic Native Ice Testing Stick Will Be Used On National Research Vessel

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October 14, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 13, 2014

Same-Sex Couples Apply For Marriage Licenses, State Asks For A Stay; Gubernatorial Candidates Spar Over Same-Sex Marriage Decision; Bureau of Vital Statistics Prepares New Marriage License Documents; Report Details Rural Health Care Challenges; Groups Push To Mobilize Alaska Native Voters; Protesters Block Access To BC Mine As It Nears Completion; Gubernatorial Candidates Square Off Over Medicaid Expansion; Sen. Murkowski, Julie Fate Sullivan Bring Senate Campaign To Bethel; Judge Sides With Anchorage In Ride-Sharing Lawsuit; Leaders Gather In Bethel To Discuss Rural, State, Federal Issues

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October 13, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 10, 2014

Judge Hears Oral Arguments In Lawsuit Challenging Same-Sex Marriage Ban; Elections Chief: Parties Say What They Want in Voter Pamphlet; Begich Campaign Believes Race Comes Down To Rural Alaska; Legislation Planned To Strengthen Alaska’s Public Records Act; Upper Valley Residents Remember Barbara Washburn; AK: Bodybuilding; 300 Villages: Igiugig

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October 10, 2014

300 Villages: Igiugig

This week, we’re heading to Igiugig, a community of just 69 people on Lake Iliamna. Alexanna Salmon is President of Igiugig Village Council in Igiugig.

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October 10, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 9, 2014

Shageluk Man Arraigned On Murder Charges In Bethel; Alaska National Guard Officer Recommended For ‘Other Than Honorable’ Discharge; AEA: Fisheries Service Criticism of Susitna Dam Studies ‘Untenable, Bordering On The Absurd’; Officials Say Violence Against Foster Parents Extremely Rare; As Part Of Investigation, Feds Will Hear From UAS Students About Sexual Assault; Governor’s Race Brings Walker To Unalaska; KSM Mine Project Wins Key Permits; Subsistence Panel Looks Toward Future of Salmon Management; Environments Activists Forming Fairbanks Chapter of Climate Change Organization

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October 9, 2014

300 Villages: Pilot Point

This week we’re heading to Pilot Point on the Alaska Peninsula.

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October 3, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 3, 2014

Profile: Rep. Young, Still Punching, Seeks Another Term; Fire Briefly Flares Up At Offshore Gas Platform; Unalaska Residents Weigh In on Aleutian Climate Trends; Book Chronicles Young Man’s Commercial Fishing Experiences; AK: Wild Sound; 300 Villages: Pilot Point

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October 3, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 2, 2014

Gov. Parnell Defends Against Claims That Response To National Guard Was Too Slow; Fairbanks 4 Member Granted Parole; Hilcorp Drilling Platform Catches Fire In Cook Inlet; Native Leaders Say Court Ruling Will Cut Off Native Children From Community, Culture; Quinhagak Residents Hopeful Hair Samples Will Unlock More Mysteries About Ancestors; Congressional Candidates Talk Fish in Kodiak; A Sneak Peak Of Bethel’s New Fitness Center

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October 2, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 1, 2014

Minimum Wage Campaign Running Without Organized Opposition; Federal Grants Boost Services at Aleutian-Pribilof Clinics; No Confirmed Cases Of Unusual Respiratory Illness In Alaska; Federal Agency Expresses Concern With Dam Studies; Frontier Airlines Pulling Out Of Fairbanks Market; Cruise Traffic Level, But Could Grow Soon; ‘Targeted Hunting’ Permits Considered In Fairbanks Area; Health Policy Innovators Gather In Anchorage

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October 1, 2014

300 Villages: Coffman Cove

This week, we’re heading to Coffman Cove, in Southeast Alaska. Heather Hedges is the tourism coordinator for the city of Coffman Cove.

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September 26, 2014

300 Villages: Chignik

This week, we’re heading to Chignik, on the Alaska Peninsula. Adam Anderson is the Mayor of Chignik, Alaska.

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September 19, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 19, 2014

Mott to Lead Alaska Guard Response Team; Alaska Delegation Review 113th Congress; Tribes Request King Bycatch Reduction as Pollock Season Wraps Up; Panel Completes Review of Standard Used to Set Refinery-Pollution Cleanup Level; Student Greenhouses Prompt Thorne Bay Restaurant Purchase; Closing Date Looms For The Senior Center In Bethel As ONC Looks For New Venue; AK: Mushrooms; 300 Villages: Chignik

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September 19, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 18, 2014

Alaska Delegation Divided on Arming Syrian Rebels to Fight ISIL; One-Man PAC to Target Four House Races; State Takes Step Toward Recognizing Tribal Sovereignty; Researchers, Academics Convene On Arctic Development Issues; DOT Puts Out New Juneau Access Project Document; Groups Hope MSA Update Won’t Move Fish Conservation ‘Backwards’

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September 18, 2014