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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

Alaska News Nightly: September 30, 2014

Sullivan Allowed to Keep In-State Tax Credits in Maryland; After Long Delay, Governor Denies Record Request Into National Guard Response; Ebola Spreads to US, Risk to Alaska Deemed Low; How Should the US Lead in the Arctic?; Walrus Are Hauling Out On Alaska Shores In Record Numbers; Deciphering AO-37, Anchorage’s Labor Law; None Testify In Favor of Pot at Hearing in Bethel; Tlingit Woodcarver Revives An Old-World Tool: The Adze

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September 30, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 29, 2014

Begich Touts Positive Relationship with Murkowski in Campaign Ad; Aleutian Towns Struggle To Retain Safety Officers; Insurer: Affordable Care Act Needs A Fix In Alaska; ‘No Means No’ – UAS Includes Sexual Assault Ed In Freshmen Orientation; Warm Spell Helps Growers Salvage Harvest After Cool, Soggy Summer; Proposed Film/Photo Regs in Wilderness Areas Come Under Fire; Black Bear Party-Crashes A Ketchikan XC Meet

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September 29, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 26, 2014

Judge Sides with State on Merged Campaign; Parnell Asks Military Official to Resign; Small-scale Hydro Project Called for Talkeetna River; Seismologist Asks for Quake Discussions; Homeless Conference to Start in Next Week; Biologists Search for Orphaned Cubs

September 26, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 25, 2014

Seismologist: Quake’s Depth Helped Minimize Damage; Quake Shakes Anchorage-ites and Visitors Alike; Poll Shows Sullivan With An Edge; State To Defend Merged Gubernatorial Ticket; US Jets Scramble to Meet Russian Aircraft Near Alaska Airspace; Landslide Destroys Restoration Projects Near Sitka; College Student Wants To Make Voting Easier For Cellphone-Using Peers; Juneau Police Officer Takes on Justice Reform

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September 25, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 24, 2014

Forrest Dunbar: The Millennial Who Aims to Unseat Don Young; Studies Predict Peril for Alaska’s Feathered Migrants; Pilot Program Helps Bethel Farm Ship Produce to Cordova Schools; Petersburg Considers Changes to Senior Sales Tax Exemption; Alaska Power & Telephone Buys Gustavus Electric Co.; Downtown Stores Called Upon to Keep Juneau Attractive Year-Round; Rethinking The Asphalt Parking Spot

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September 24, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 23, 2014

Murkowski Backs Sullivan in TV Spot; Tribes Advance Self-Governance Initiative with Tax Bill; Wasilla Disability Clinic Owner Charged With Medicaid Fraud; Arctic Sea Ice Hits Minimum Extent, 6th Lowest on Record; Anchorage – A Climate Refuge?; Jurors Reach Mixed Verdict in Unalaska Homicide Trial; As Students Turn 18, Some Have Real Questions for Political Candidates; Art is Big Business in Southeast; Banned Books Week: ‘Captain Underpants’ Tops List Filled With Literary Classics

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September 23, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 22, 2014

State Ordered to Improve Voting Materials for Alaska Natives; Senate Candidates Vie for Rural Support; State Files Complaint Against Medicaid Payment Vendor; Deadline Set for Southeast Wolves ESA Review; KTVA Reporter Quits on Air, Dedicates Time to Pot Initiative; EPA’s 404-C Public Comment Period on Pebble Closes; NTSB Report Yields Few Clues In Fatal Soldotna Plane Crash; Murkowski Presses FDA To Clarify Spent-Grain Rule for Brewers; Arctic Researcher Says The Social Changes Are As Drastic as Climate Changes

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September 22, 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

Alaska News Nightly: September 17, 2014

2014 Permanent Fund Dividend Will Be $1,884; Walker-Mallott ‘Unity Ticket’ Faces Legal Challenge; Feds Investigate University of Alaska For How It Deals With Sexual Assault; State OKs Linc Energy’s Tyonek Coal Exploration Plan; Energy Development Proponents Meet In Anchorage; Ride-Sharing Service Uber Coming To Anchorage; ‘Polaris’ Sculpture Is New Fairbanks Centerpiece; Alaska’s Glaciers Shrinking Faster Than Expected; Youth Climate Lawsuit Dismissed

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September 17, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 16, 2014

Sullivan Supports State Minimum Wage Boost He Once Opposed; BP Plans Alaska Layoffs; Towing Drill Tests Emergency Mooring Buoy; Friday Is Deadline To Comment On EPA’s 404-C Determination; Wasilla Officer-Involved Shooting Leaves 1 Dead; Cheaper Turboprops Lower Some AK Jet Fares; Pinks Come In Better Than Expected In Southeast; Cuauhtemoc Docks In Seward; Upper Valley Agriculture: Yaks at Sunny Hill Ranch

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September 16, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 15, 2014

BP Alaska Plans Layoffs Following Hilcorp Sale; State Files To Participate In Big Thorne Lawsuits; The Tongass Tightrope: Balancing Diverse Interests By Committee; Anchorage Port Project Is Downsized To Deal With Corrosion, Not Expansion; Officers Say Searches, Civil Rights Must Balance In Fight Against Illegal Drugs; Motorcyclists Celebrate Life On The Road; Alaska SeaLife Center Names Sea Lion Pup; Red Fox Expansion Causing Problems On North Slope

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September 15, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 12, 2014

Outside Money Favors Begich, But He Assails It; Attorneys Respond to State’s Proposed Translation Plan; Parnell Searching For New Head For Alaska National Guard; Search Suspended For Missing Kayaker; Alaska State Troopers Want To Recruit In-State Applicants; Veterans Explore Old Nuclear Missile Sites in Anchorage; AK: Going Green; 300 Villages: Kaltag

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September 12, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 11, 2014

Alaska Delegation Critical Of President’s ISIS Plan; Anchorage Courthouse Evacuated for Bomb Threat, Nothing Found; Alaska National Guard Sexual Assault Victim Steps Forward; Sheraton Workers Continue Rallying For Contracts 6 Years Into Negotiations; Extra-Tropical System Makes Way Up Alaska’s Southwest Coast; Marijuana Coalition To Court Conservative Voters Despite GOP Opposition To Measure; Testimony Begins In Unalaska Murder Trial; Statistics Show Downward Trend In Alaska Drug Arrests; Juneau Remains Part of ‘Battle for Seattle’ Between Delta, Alaska

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September 11, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 10, 2014

Russia Builds Military Bases in Arctic; Bill Aims To Create Arctic Port on Bering Sea Coast; Tropical Storm Headed Toward Prince William Sound, Kenai Peninsula; ADEC Estimates 1,640 Gallons of Diesel Spilled by NOAA Ship; EPA, Flint Hills Reach Settlement Over Alleged Hazardous Waste Violations; Transportation Grant For Alaska Railroad’s Seward Dock; UAA Receives Grant For FASD Prevention Work; Can The Tongass Support Sustainable Logging?; Juneau School District Receives Praise, Criticism For How It Handled Hazing; Health Officials Confirm Alaska Mumps Case; Collision With Ferry Likely Killed Whale; Permanent Fund Amount To Be Announced Next Week; Glenn Highway Project Aimed At Easing Eagle River Commute; Ferry System Plans For New Route In Southeast

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September 10, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 9, 2014

Board of Regents Rescinds President Gamble’s Retention Bonus At His Request; New Research Sheds Light On Late-20th Century Walrus Decline; State Presents Election Translation Plan; Man In Custody After Hours-Long Standoff; Fairbanks Schools Secured Following Unrelated Incidents; Alaska Schools At Forefront Of FASD Prevention Effort; Unalaska Could Face Fines For Wastewater Plant Delays; Thermal Imaging Cameras Donated To Villages For Use In Search And Rescue; Yupiit Nation Members Talk Tribal Sovereignty

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September 9, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: September 8, 2014

Gasline Partner Takes Steps Toward Permitting, Marketing of Project; U.S. House Passes Bill to Allow Sale of Feathery Art; Wasilla VA Clinic Without Doctors; Support Alliance Endorses Sullivan for Senate; NPS Proposes Permanent Ban on Predator Hunting Practices in Alaska’s Preserves; Anchorage School District Questions 6th Grade Placement; Aleutian Risk Assessment Unveils Spill Prevention Plan; Does Vigor Still Need Local Tax, Utility Breaks?

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September 8, 2014

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 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