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Josh Edge

Alaska News Nightly: October 30, 2014

Judge Rules State Must Comply With National Guard Records Request; Organizations Making Final Push To Encourage Alaska Native Voters; YKHC Moves Into New Prematernal Home; Timeline Begins To Emerge From National Guard Documents; Refuge Proposes Shooting Caribou that Swim Off Adak; Report: Second-Growth Logging Can Start Now;

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October 30, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 29, 2014

Alaska Public Media, Alaska Dispatch News Take State To Court Over National Guard Documents; Medicaid Reform Group Hears Passionate Testimony On Proposed Cuts; DOJ May Intervene In Alaska Supreme Court Case; GOP’s U.S. Senate , House Hopefuls Try To Tie Democratic Foes To Obama, Reid et al.; Wrangell Doctor Pleads Not Guilty To Child Porn Charges; Property Crime Victims Often Given The Back Seat; Unalaska Holds On As America’s Top Fishing Port; Alaska Ranks Among Nation’s Least Energy-Efficient States; New Geologic Materials Center Opens In Anchorage

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October 29, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 28, 2014

‘Shaming’ Letters Aim to Boost Voter Turnout; ‘CEO of the City’ Campaigns to Bring Anchorage Business Acumen to Governor’s Cabinet; Fire Burns Bethel Alcohol Treatment Center Construction Project; Diocese: Fairbanks Priest Held on Federal Child-Pornography Charges was Screened; City engineer: No Good News On Juneau’s Sewage Sludge Disposal; Bethel Food Pantry Struggles to Open; Is Someone Poisoning Sitka Bears?; Why Alaska Researchers Want To Use Drones To Find Hibernating Bears

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October 28, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 27, 2014

State Begins Releasing National Guard Documents; Anchorage School District, Military Take Steps Toward Lifting Recruiter Ban; Ground Game Ramps Up In U.S. Senate Race; Group Launches Anti-Walker Ad Campaign; Shell Oil Asks Regulators For More Time On Beaufort, Chukchi Leases; Lego To Break Off Branding Agreement With Shell Oil; Alaska’s Marijuana Legalization, Regulation Ballot Measure Similar To Washington State; Alaska Federation of Natives Wraps Up Annual Convention; AVCP Settles in Software Copyright Lawsuit; Proposed Lease Expansion Threatens Fairbanks-Area Ski Area

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October 27, 2014
Anne Hillman (left) and Ellen Lockyer (right) host legislative candidates for the 2014 edition of Running. (Photo by Josh Edge, APRN - Anchorage)

2014 Running: State House & State Senate

The 2014 edition of RUNNING airs on Monday, 10/27 and Tuesday, 10/28 on KAKM and KSKA. Check the schedule to find out when your district’s candidates will be on the air with hosts Ellen Lockyer and Anne Hillman. If you missed the broadcast, the programs are available here.

October 27, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: October 24, 2014

Congressman Young Apologizes For Remarks On Suicide; Begich, Sullivan Meet At AFN Senate Candidate Forum; Alcohol Advertising Near AFN Prompts Complaints; State OKs Flint Hills’ Refinery Cleanup Plan; Is Someone Poisoning Sitka Bears?; AK: Sea Star Mystery; 300 Villages: Hydaburg

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October 24, 2014

300 Villages: Hydaburg

This week, we’re heading to Hydaburg on Prince of Wales Island in Southeast. Natasha Peele is city administrator of Hydaburg.

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October 24, 2014

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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October 23, 2014

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