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Alaska News Nightly

Alaska News Nightly: September 5, 2014

Tour Bus Rollover on the Parks Highway Results in One Fatality; Kiana Teacher Arrested on Missouri Child Sex Abuse Charges; Huge Increase For Healthcare.gov Insurance Rates In Alaska; Snow Falls In Near Tok; Mayor Calls For Federal Review of Fairbanks Four Case; Reaction to Alaska Voting Rights Ruling; Foundation Swoops in to Save Sacred Alaskan Artifacts at Auction; AK: Military Training; 300 Villages: Edna Bay

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September 5, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 4, 2014

General Katkus Resigns As Report Details Guard’s Failure In Addressing Sexual Assault; Dems Ask Maryland to Investigate Sullivan Tax Breaks; Seward Coal Dumping Case Referred Back To Lower Court; Archaeological Dig Near Quinhagak Provides a Look Into Ancient Yup’ik Culture; YWCA aims to close gender pay gap by 2025; California Company Exploring Port MacKenzie’s LNG Possibilities; Interior Earthquake Monitor Ramps Up; LKSD Moves Forward On Student-Based Health Center

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September 4, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 3, 2014

Court’s Says State Needs To Provide Assistance To Yup’ik, Gwich’in Speaking Voters; Alaska Natives Wait… And Wait, For Health Law Exemption; Politifact Rates Begich Ad “Pants on Fire”; Initiative Revives Air Regulation Debate; Only Arkansas Has Slower Internet Than Alaska; New UAS Dorm Provides Housing for About 100 Freshmen; Not My Town! ‘Grizzly Trade’ Ambles Through Places, Personalities of Southeast

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September 3, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 2, 2014

Walker, Mallott Form Unity Ticket To Oppose Parnell; Begich Campaigns Removes Controversial ‘Crime Scene’ Ad; UA President Pat Gamble Asks Regents To Review Retention Incentive; Southeast ‘Trashwood’ Finds New Markets; Brown Bear Hunting Suspended In Kenai National Wildlife Refuge; Former UAA Athletic Director Steve Cobb Passes Away; British Adventurer Begins 6,000 Mile Bike Ride Across North America; Upper Valley Agriculture: Bare Hands Farm

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September 2, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 1, 2014

Mallott, Walker Talk Ticket; Change Coming to Kuskokwim Schools, Freedom Summer Anniversary; Forecasters Watch for El Nino; APOC Complaints Filed; Heat Pumps Tap Ocean’s Energy; New Citizens Ceremony

September 1, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 29, 2014

State Ferry Union Averts Strike; Juneau Police Reach Community One Cup Of Coffee At A Time; Comment Period on FEMA Disaster Declaration To Close; Cold, Wet Front Drops 3 Inches of Snow On Deadhorse; ‘You’ve Got To Defend It’ – Denali Celebrates Wilderness Act 50th; NSF Earmarks $1.5M for Native Students Studying STEM Subjects; AK: Haines Songwriter Dreams Big, Courts Her Inspiration’s Ear; 300 Villages: Anvik

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August 29, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 28, 2014

Shell Oil Files Exploration Plan for Chukchi Sea; Parnell Vetoes A Bill Curbing Record Access; Alaska Mayors Group Rallies Against Pot; Senate Candidates Stake Ground In Unconventional First Debate; New Study Sheds Light On How the Arctic Was Populated; Investigation Finds 7 Juneau High Schoolers Responsible For Hazing; ENSTAR Strike Ends Without A New Contract; Prince Of Wales Island Finds Success With A 4-Day School Week; New Tanana Rec Site Not Thwarted By Rain

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August 28, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 27, 2014

Meeting in Nome Attempts to Elucidate Arctic Policy Goals; Libertarian Senate Candidate To Withdraw, Leaving One Walker On Ballot; Judges Weigh Yup’ik Religious Appeal; DOT To Commence Herbicide Spraying In Southeast; Post-Ferguson, APD Stands By Civil Unrest Preparation Plans; Charges Filed In Haines Bear Shootings; Celebrating Recovery From Alcohol and Drug Addiction

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August 27, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 26, 2014

Attorney: Yup’ik Fishermen Wrongfully Convicted; Ad Knocks Begich’s Stance On Women, Noting Staff Pay; More Than A Win, Constitution Party Candidates Want Ballot Access; Alaska Seeks Continued Involvement In BC Mine Review; Five Conservation Groups File Suit To Stop POW Timber Project; Tlingit-Haida and State Sign On to Improve Relations; ‘Never Alone’: Using Video Games For Cultural Learning; State Fair Pumpkin King Misses Record By 3 Pounds

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August 26, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 25, 2014

Scientists Check Up On Nuclear Site Rattled By Summer Quake; Experimental Rocket Explodes After Launch In Kodiak; Female Inmate Found Dead In Cell; 4 Injured in Brooks Range Plane Crash; Dems’ Gubernatorial Nominee Makes A Campaign Stop in Juneau; Nees To Run As A Write-In Candidate For State House; Emergency Housing Ministry Looks to Grow In Unalaska; Muskox Killed in Wales While Attacking Dog; New Cookbook Highlights Traditional Foods In the Aleutians/Pribilofs; Binders, Pencils, Erasers: Homer Charity Readies Kids For School

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August 25, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 22, 2014

Alaska Seafood Industry Asks for Retaliatory Ban on Russian Imports; Commerce Sec. Pritzker Visits Alaska – Talks Salmon, Infrastructure; Mat-Su Borough To Ask Feds For Ferry Debt Forgiveness; Walker Wins Primary… For Libertarian Senate Nomination; ENSTAR Strike Finishes Second Week, No End in Sight; Fairbanks City Hall Renamed for Pat Cole; AK: Juneau Entrepreneurs Bring Basil To The Masses; 300 Villages: Chitna

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August 22, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 21, 2014

Alaska Serial Killer Robert Hansen Dies at 75; Anchorage Attorney Hired In Cases Against Bethel Police; Yukon River Kings Meet Escapement Goal, But Not Yet In The Clear; $1M Ad Buy Targets Begich for Absenteeism; Mat-Su Stares Down Deadline to Repay $12M For Failed Ferry System; A 25-year Look at the Anchorage Youth Court; Touring By Tesla: From The Mexico Border to Fairbanks; Tlingit Expert, Linguist and Writer Dies at 91; Ice Bucket Challenge Splashes Into Petersburg

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August 21, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 20, 2014

Begich Says ‘Bring It On’; Oil Tax Referendum Opponents Declare Victory; Oil Vote Goes Down In State Record Books as the Most Expensive Issue Race; Report: Alaskans Aren’t All That Healthy; A Susitna Valley Farm Sells Its Produce Close to Home; Yup’ik Voters Give Ballot Translation Mixed Reviews; Indian Village Totem Poles Come Down in Juneau; Peninsula Women Swim Across Kachemak Bay

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August 20, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 19, 2014

Modeling Indicates Fairbanks LNG Project is a Go; Federal Requirements Burden Small Medical Practices In Alaska; Troopers Arrest, Charge Teen With Arson For Delta-Area Fires; Air Force Cleans Up Cold War-Era Radio Site In Southeast; King Salmon Trolling Ends On Slow Note; Observations of Kachemak Cranes Paints Detailed Picture; Bluegrass Camp For Kids Goes Busking

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August 19, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 18, 2014

Endorsements Fly In GOP Senate Race; Bob Williams Seeking Democratic Lieutenant Governor Nomination; Sec. Moniz: We Won’t Be Obstacle to Alaska Gas Exports; Bethel Man Recovering From Gunshot Wound After Altercation With Police; Vandals Drive Over Gravesites, Badly Damage Gazebo During Cemetery Joyride; Juneau Youth Services Offers Housing For At-Risk Teens, Young Adults; Brown Bear Hunting In Kenai Wildlife Refuge Could Be Closed For Year; Gov. Parnell Endorses Alaska as “Right to Mush” State

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August 18, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 15, 2014

US Arctic Rep Visits, Tours Alaska; Regulators Issue Trespass Notices for Kuskokwim Vessels; Joe Miller Says He’ll Back One of His GOP Rivals If He Loses the Primary; House District 3 Primary: Mostly Agreement – And A Few Key Differences; New Sealaska CEO Plans Big Investments in Southeast; AK: A Kinder, Gentler Militia? Alaska’s Militia Rebrands Itself; 300 Villages: Healy

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August 15, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 14, 2014

Sullivan Leads Fundraising; Marine Highway Contract Rejected; Firefighters Battle California Blazes; Democrats Battling for Lt. Gov. Nomination; State Lacks Funds for New Float; Kayaker Missing in Costa Rica; Army Units Deactivated; Hiker Wants Lift – by Plane – to Pt. Barrow

August 14, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 13, 2014

Sen. Begich Courts Votes in Rural Alaska; APRN Hosts Statewide Debate with GOP Candidates, Sullivan Declines to Participate; FAA Advises Pilots on GPS Problems as Air Force Training Jams Signals; Bethel Residents Press City Council on Police Brutality Allegations; New UAF Student Fee to Cover Facility Upgrade, Other Projects; Juneau School District Brings In Attorney to Investigate Hazing Allegations; Cordova Hiker Mauled By Brown Bear; A Big Comeback for Kotzebue’s Commercial Fishery; Stream Restoration On Kuiu Island Nears Completion

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August 13, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 12, 2014

Oil Tax Referendum Spurs a Neighborly Sign War; Ad Claims Treadwell’s Company Erodes Privacy; Bethel Tribal Leaders Speak Out on Police Brutality Allegations; Tribal Groups Disagree on Stakes of B.C. Mine Projects; ANTHC Program To Monitor Toxicity in Subsistence Foods; Body of Wilderness Classic Racer Recovered From Tana River; Court Orders A Second Look At Controversial Fisheries Observer Program

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August 12, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: August 11, 2014

Sullivan Vetoes Compromise Ordinance; Import Ban Hits AK; Bethel Investigates Brutality Charge; Feds Fault Pilots, Controllers in 2013 Crash; Fire Crews Heading South; Wainwright Closes Area; AK Exceeds Escapement Goal; Search for Fisherman Called Off; Troopers Find Body of Bethal Man; Six-Day Indoor Marathon; Johnson-Stoltze Battle for Valley Senate Seat

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August 11, 2014