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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, August 7, 2015

Newtok Tribal Governance Dispute Settled By Federal Panel; Budget Cuts Tighten Local Law Departments in Southeast; 3-Year-Old Fatally Shoots Himself In Anchorage Home; Troopers Puzzle Over Plane Found On Knik Mudflats Sans Pilot, Passengers; Juneau Swimmers Bring Home Gold From Special Olympics World Games; Special Olympics Athlete Returns Home in Kodiak to Fanfare; Unified Voice Needed for Federal Response to BC Mines; AIDEA Shares Info On 16 Interior Energy Project Proposals; SEC Charges Miller Energy Execs With Cooking the Books; AK: Like A Seafaring Santa, Kachemak’s Mailman Always Hits His Route; 49 Voices: Brandon Hall From Resolution Brewing Company in Anchorage

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August 7, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, August 6, 2015

32 Hospitalized After Smoking Spice In Anchorage; Choice Improvement Act Helps Close VA Funding Gap; Coast Guard Boss: Ahoy! Icebreakers on Budget Horizon; No More Kicking the Can Down the Road: Talkeetna Starts Recycling; In Price William Sound, AEA Hears Input On Regional Energy Plans; Open Call for Gas Supply Proposals Closes; Harnessing the Fizz of A Ferment: Homer Gets A Lesson From A Pro; Ishmael Hope Recrafts A Family Tale in ‘Never Alone’ Follow-Up

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August 6, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Shell’s Arctic Icebreaker Returns to Unalaska; Gov. Walker Meets with Kuskokwim Tribes on Trust Lands; University of Alaska-Fairbanks Cuts Means $200k Bite to Nome’s Northwest Campus; ‘Expedited Partner Therapy’ Lowers Gonorrhea Cases in the YK Delta; The Elasmosaur: A Nessie-Like Dino Unearthed Near Talkeetna; Bering Straits Native Corp. Buys Alaska Industrial Hardware; Kodiak’s Alutiiq Museum Releases Book On Karluk Archaeological Site; A New Totem Pole Graces Ketchikan Shipyard; Drums of Hazardous Waste Dumped Near Kodiak

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August 5, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Happy 225th Birthday, Coast Guard!; Bird Death Reports Are Up In Homer, Food Sources Possibly To Blame; Atchak Arraigned For Murder Charge In Death of Roxanne Smart; Murkowski’s Planned Parenthood Vote Has the Left Seething, the Right Unmoved; Legislative Special Session Cost Nearly $1M; Artist Casts Bodies in Bethel to Highlight Mental Health; Suspected Capitol Flag Thieves Caught on Tape; Construction to start at Brucejack Mine in British Columbia; A Year After Mine Disaster, Wrangellites Protest BC Mines; Cantwell Hydro Projects Draw Skepticism

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August 4, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, August 3, 2015

3,000 In Anchorage to Lose Food Stamps After Work Requirement Change; Alaska Exempt From New Federal Clean Power Rules; Murkowski Votes to Move Planned Parenthood Defunding Bill; Summer Work Underway at Red Devil Mine in Advance of Big Cleanup; Pregnant Kotlik Woman Loses Child After Assault; Former NICU Parent Helps Others Navigate A Stressful Time; With Subsistence Foods Running Short, Bering Strait Villages Receive A Donation of Halibut; Gambell Basketball Player Chooses Between Hometown Team and Seattle Offer

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August 3, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 31, 2015

Shell Begins Exploratory Drilling in the Chukchi Sea; Attorney General Says Tribal Protection Orders Deserve Equal Recognition; At Least 7 Vehicles Involved In Fatal Seward Highway Wreck; 15-Year-Old Plane Crash Survivor Honored By Coast Guard; Yukon King Run Stronger Than Expected; Strange Orange Robots Sail Into Dutch Harbor… Just What Are They Up To?; AK: At A Lonely Lighthouse, Cruise Tourists Bring A Welcome Dose of Noise, And Cash; 49 Voices: Albert Gamboa of Anchorage

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July 31, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 30, 2015

Fed Judge Slaps Greenpeace Protesters With $2,500/Hr. Fine; ‘Shell No’ Protesters Turn Back the Fennica; A Tale of 2 Murkowski Bills – One Partisan, One Not; Instrument Data ‘Another Piece of the Puzzle’ in Fatal Plane Crash; Under Alaska Management, the Mosquito River is Open for Business; Bethel Advances The Possibility of A City-Run Liquor Store; Ketchikan Borough To Vote on Tobacco Tax; BC tribal protest stops mine exploration, for now; Wrangell Opens A New Cultural Center, Carving Shed

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July 30, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Alaska Senators No Fans of Iran Deal; Psychiatric Facility For Vets Opens In Anchorage; In Blow To the State, Court Strikes Down Roadless Rule Exemption in the Tongass; Jim Johnsen Named New University of Alaska President; Wrangell Doc Found Guilty of Sharing Child Porn; Saxman Regains Rural Status; Dalton Highway Gets A Post-Flood Facelift; Report: Alaska Falls Short on Curbing LBGT Discrimination In The Workplace; On Love, Adoption and Raising 3 Kids With FASD

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July 29, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Sockeye Fire Defendants Plead Not Guilty; Matanuska River Erosion Continues to Threaten Homes; Without Troopers, Girdwood Looks For New Law Enforcement; Anchorage’s Homeless Community Endures 6th Death in 2 Weeks; Murkowski Fends Off Thorny Add-Ons To Energy Bill; Wet Weather Gives Firefighters The Edge; As Subsistence Foods Become More Scarce, Kivalina Welcomes A New Store; Teachers’ Field Trip: Lessons from the Mendenhall Glacier; Watzituya: Naknek’s One-Stop Shop for Nets, Coffee, Counseling

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July 28, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 27, 2015

Elections Director Resigns Abruptly at Lt. Gov’s Request; Berkowitz Transition Report Draws on Community, Corporate Solutions Alike; Erosion Along the Matanuska Continues to Imperil Homes; Dead Fish, Wildlife In Aleutians May Be Victims Of Toxic Algae Outbreak; Forgiving Without Forgetting: A Tlingit Village Up in Smoke; Denali Wolf Hunt Nears Opening, Despite Low Population Numbers; Groups Seek Halt to POW Wolf Hunting, Logging

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July 27, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 24, 2015

Matanuska River Claims A Home Plus 3 Other Structures; Mallott: US-Canada Commission Won’t Take Up BC Mines; Despite Stiff Competition, Alaska Airlines Logs Record Profits; Fairbanks Voters To Decide on 5% Pot Tax; Bethel Appeals ABC Rejection of Liquor License Protest, Could Bring Decision To A Vote; In Remote Alaska, High-Speed Internet Comes By Land – Not Satellite; Village of Wales Starts Polar Bear Patrol to Protect Community; 49 Voices: Verna Haynes of Anchorage; AK: An 80-Year Love Affair With Flowers Still Blossoms

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July 24, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 23, 2015

Young Votes Yes, Meant No, On Bill Gutting GMO Labeling Laws; 2nd Murkowski Energy Bill Has Controversies Lacking in 1st; Gov. Walker Travels to Pentagon to Make Case for Alaska Troops; 5 Fires Threaten Tanana On the Yukon; Anchorage To ‘Revisit’ Knik Arm Bridge; Suspect Arrested for Threatening Calls To Arizona Schools, Which Were Similar to Alaska’s; 4 Charged with Theft of Oysters from Kachemak Bay Farm; With Ever-Changing Restrictions, 2015 Marks a Summer of Flexibility on the Kuskokwim; Pains of Trooper Cuts Felt At Small Community Jails; Haines Climbers Likely First Women to Summit Cathedral Peaks

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July 23, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Interior Dept. OKs Arctic Drilling—With Limits; Murkowski Unveils Her National Energy Policy Bill; Southeast Village Brings Its Subsistence Designation Battle To Capitol Hill; Murkowski Balks At Proposed Funding Source for Highway Plan; Dozens Testify Against Megaprojects In Anchorage; AMHS Looks To Dwindling Coffers As Southeast Leaders Plea for Restored Ferry Service; Chum Salmon Flood Western Alaska Waters As Buyers Struggle to Keep Up; As Chinook Cross Into Canada, Fall Chum Begin Running on the Yukon; BC Withholds Key Permit from Transboundary Mine

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July 22, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 21, 2015

General Says Decision on JBER Cuts Not Final Without An Arctic Plan; Government Attorneys Seek Dismissal In Guards Records Case; Bush Carriers Keep A Close Eye on Aviation Safety; City Puts Its Chips On Providing Housing For Those Most In Need; Explosion Shakes Aleutians’ Cleveland Volcano; Fairbanks Police Launch Website to Crowdsource Tips On Cold Cases; UAF Removes Mississippi Flag; State Funding Advances St. Mary’s Wind Farm Plan; Marine Debris Barge to Skip Southeast; No Second King Opening for Southeast Trollers; King Salmon Sees a Unique, And Invasive, Visitor From Afar

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July 21, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 20, 2015

NTSB Investigates ‘Man, Machine, Environment’ in Friday’s Plane Crash Near Juneau; Trapper Creek Man Dies When Plane Strikes Tree; Shell Ship ‘Fennica’ Heads to Oregon for Repairs; Rain Helps Slow A Vigorous Fire Season In the Interior; Legislative Committee Won’t Take Up Medicaid Expansion Wednesday; Fire Destroys Oyster Company Boat, Dock, Equipment in Little Jakolof Bay; Alaska Supreme Court Upholds Ruling Against ‘Save Our Salmon’ Initiative; Senate Ed Bill Bolsters the Role of Alaska Tribes; State Lifts Spending Freeze on Susitna-Watana Hydro Project; Need for Food Assistance Rises as Alaskans Struggle To Make Ends Meet; Ketchikan Pastor Goes Barefoot to Raise Money For Those Who Need Shoes

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July 20, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 17, 2015

Wings of Alaska Flight From Juneau to Hoonah Goes Down, Survivors Confirmed; President Obama Will Attend Glacier Conference In Anchorage in August; Shell Rigs Leave Dutch Harbor For Chukchi, To Wait; Former Permanent Fund CEO Dies; Mississippi Flag To Be Removed From Downtown Juneau; Aniak Fire Base Battles Stubborn Fires: Fatal Plane Crash Wreckage Awaits Removal; AK: Nimbus Sculpture and 49 voices visits Chuck Sassara

July 17, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 16, 2015

Walker Announces Plan to Expand Medicaid Unilaterally; North Slope Mayor Under Investigation for Corruption; Dirt Bike Dermatoloy: For Army Medic, Specialty is Adaptability; Accidental Overdose Suspected In Wainwright Soldier’s Death; Anchorage Sees Three Indigent Deaths Overnight; Canned Salmon: A New Face on an Old Product; Alaska Shoppers Greet H&M With Gusto; Bethel Democrat to Lead PNWER Arctic Caucus; K-9 in Training to Combat Juneau’s Heroin Problem

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July 16, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Short $1B, Icebreaker Advocates Consider Leasing, Sharing; State Raises Concerns Over Costs As Anchorage Hospitals Vie For More ER Beds; Barge Arrives To Courier Alaska’s Marine Debris To the Lower 48; Ocean Acidification: A Grim Reaper For Wild Shellfish Stocks?; Walker OKs Further Work On The Juneau Access Project; UAF To Acquire HAARP Science Program

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July 15, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Coast Guard Gears Up For Shell’s Chukchi Season; Shellfish Genetics Could Be The Key to Climate Change Adaptation; Report: Heroin Use is Skyrocketing in Alaska; Education Lawsuit Heads Through Appeals Process; Knik Arm Project Gets A Tentative Green Light from Administration; Falling Debris From Decrepit Apartments Closes Juneau Park; City Considers Amending Land Use Code to Address Child Care Shortage; Nome Reindeer Ranch Cultivates A New Generation of Herders

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July 14, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 13, 2015

State Says Sockeye Fire Sprung From A Burn Pile, 2 Face Charges; Marriage Ruling Doesn’t Protect LBGT Alaskans Against Workplace Discrimination; Calista Shareholders Vote to Enroll ‘Afterborns’; Lessons for Alaska: Oregon Shellfish Hatchery Tackles Ocean Acidification; On the Nushagak, Sportfishers Struggle to Reel In the Kings; New RX Drug Drop Gives Community a Chance to Safely Purge Meds; Haines Sees A Spike in Avian Rescues

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July 13, 2015