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Alaska News Nightly

Alaska News Nightly: March 31, 2014

Landmark Subsistence Decision Stands; Judge Overturns Dillingham’s Annexation Of Nushagak Bay; Fish And Wildlife To Review Southeast Alaska Wolves; Mat-Su Considers Ordinance Allowing Borough To Pay For Ballot Proposition Ads; Herring Seiners Hit Target – And Then Some – In Quick Saturday Opener; Feeling Left Out: The Health Insurance Gap In Alaska; Fairbanks Approves Credit Line For Interior Gas Utility; Bills Addressing Alaska Native Issues Get Mixed Reception

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March 31, 2014 - 5:03 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 28, 2014

Base Student Allocation Numbers Still Up For Debate; Senate Passes Bill To Limit Access To Certain Court Records; Boost in B.C. Mining has Alaska Fishermen Nervous; Final Days To Enroll In Health Insurance; Alaskan Author Reflects On ‘64 Quake; AK: Disaster Response; 300 Villages: Shishmaref

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March 28, 2014 - 5:12 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 27, 2014

Seismologists, Lawmakers Call For Earthquake Early Warning System; Gov. Parnell Asking For Investigation National Guard Sexual Assaults; Choose Respect Campaign Marches Across State; Governor Leads Valdez Choose Respect Rally; With Talk Of Minimum Wage Bill, Initiative Sponsors On Guard; Moose Derbies May Be Allowed; Mat-Su Borough Rejects Ordinance Restricting Cell Tower Construction; Unalaska Gears Up For Statewide Disaster Drill; Jim Stone Recalls 1964 Earthquake Experiences

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March 27, 2014 - 5:30 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 26, 2014

Court: Reinstate Tongass Roadless Rule Exemption; Murkowski Presses Demand for King Cove Road; Two Alaskans, Two Very Different Affordable Care Act Experiences; When Disaster Struck, Allen Took Care Of What He Could; The Great Alaska Earthquake: 50 Years Later; Graphite One Resources Purchases Promising Seward Peninsula Claim; Bethel’s Winter House Aims To Reduce Exposure Deaths

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March 26, 2014 - 5:06 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 25, 2014

House Passes Bill To End High School Exit Exam; Gasline Bill Could Include Rural Provisions; Legislature Weighs ‘Erin’s Law’; Murkowski: Clean Water Act Rule a Threat to Development; Though Earthquake Detection Has Improved, Gaps Remain; Valdez Earthquake Survivors Recall 1964 Experiences; Galena Residents Prep For Season Of Rebuilding; Archivists Rally To Keep National Archives In Anchorage

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March 25, 2014 - 5:13 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 24, 2014

Legislature Weighs ‘Erin’s Law’; Congress Subpoenas EPA For Documents About The Pebble Mine; Ex-Secretary of State Endorses Sullivan in Tight U.S. Senate Race; Exxon Valdez Memories From Alaska’s Capitol Still Fresh 25 Years Later; Survivors Reflect On 1964 Earthquake; Rural Communities Get Help With Tax Prep; Cama-i Festival Wraps Up In Bethel

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March 24, 2014 - 5:00 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 21, 2014

HB77 Stalls In Legislature; Canada Asks U.S. To Pay For Alaska Highway Reconstruction; Treadwell Announces Campaign Changes; Board of Fish Approves Kuskokwim Dipnetting; Alaska Railroad Celebrating 100th Birthday; Valdez Museum Prepares Commemorates 1964 Quake; AK: Didgeridoo; 300 Villages: Tenakee Springs

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March 21, 2014 - 4:22 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 20, 2014

Lessons From The Exxon Valdez; Judge Nixes ‘Save Our Salmon’ Initiative; ADF&G Opens Herring Fishing In Starrigavan, Katlian Bays; Alaska House Passes Izembek Road Resolution; UA President Opposed To Bill Allowing Concealed Handguns On Campus; Manokotak Honors Fallen VPSO; Nome To Make Decision On Geothermal Energy; Why Mental Illness Is The ‘No-Casserole’ Illness; Paddle Making Workshop Illuminates State’s High Suicide Rate

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March 20, 2014 - 5:23 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 19, 2014

The Koch Effect: Two Rich Guys Democrats Love to Hate; State Senate Passes Bill Advancing Gasline Project; Tsunami Debris Clean Up Is Slowed By Huge Volume, Rugged Terrain; What Alaska Natives Need To Know About The Affordable Care Act; Sitka Herring Fishery Could Open As Soon As Thursday; Bill Prioritizes Personal-Use Dipnet Fishing

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March 19, 2014 - 5:04 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 18, 2014

Legislature Debates Gasline Project; KABATA Bill Up For Consideration; With Deadline Approaching, More Alaskans Signing Up For Health Insurance; Lawmakers Urge Gov. Parnell To Keep Flint Hills Refinery In Operation; Lawmakers Mulling Anchorage Office Purchase; Red King Crab Harvest Abysmal In Bering Straits; University, State Timber Offerings Planned Near Petersburg; Heliskiing Guide Caught In Haines Avalanche Dies; DNR’s Parks Move Wood Tikchik Under Chugach Supervision; Oosik Classic Ski Race Draws Hundreds To Talkeetna

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March 18, 2014 - 5:00 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 17, 2014

Legislature Rejects Measure Extending Benefits To Military Same-Sex Partners; Austerman: Talks Under Way On Pension Issue; State House Condemns Statement By EPA Chief; IRS Gives a Little on Air Taxi Tax; State Files Suit Against Feds Over ANWR; Guide Critically Injured In Avalanche Near Haines; UAA Students Illuminating Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault Issues; 2014 Iditarod Trail Awards Banquet Takes Place In Nome; Nome Health Groups Hold Vaccination Drive Amid Iditarod Festivities; ‘Let The Games Begin!’ Gala Opening Ceremony Celebrates Diverse Cultures

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March 17, 2014 - 5:03 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 14, 2014

Ahtna Proposes New Game Management Plan; VPSOs Prepare For Possibility Of Being Armed; Senate Education Moves Governor’s Education Bill; Legislature Rejects Pay Raises For Top Officials; Geoduck Dive Fishery Opens; Market Found; Juneau School Board Unmoved By Travel Ban Task Force, Public Testimony; AK: Machine Shop; 300 Villages: Hoonah

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March 14, 2014 - 4:12 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 13, 2014

State Assessment Review Board Candidate Withdraws; Despite Revisions, Opposition To Permitting Bill Still Vocal; FDA Reviewing Application To Produce Genetically Modified Salmon; Feds Seeking Local Advice On Environmental Protocols; Report Finds Mixed Blame In Raid On 40 Mile Miners; Tanana Chiefs Conference President Steps Down; Anchorage Set To Host 2014 National Nordic Skiing National Championships; Health Food, Water Offered Through Petersburg School District Grant; J. Torres Encourages Young Comic Creators

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March 13, 2014 - 5:03 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 12, 2014

Without Necessary Votes, Senate Leadership Pulls Controversial Education Amendment; Arctic is Top Priority for Homeland Security – But One of Many; Program Helping Medical Professionals In Under-Served Communities Pay Back Student Loans Comes Under Fire; Low Income Sitkans Fall Through Medicaid ‘Donut Hole’; Fairbanks Resolution Endorses Fukushima Radiation Monitoring; YK Delta Halibut Quotas Halved; Alaska Senate Committee Supports Native American Veterans Memorial; Shakespeare Is Alive In The Capitol City, 24 Hours A Day

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March 12, 2014 - 5:28 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 11, 2014

Dallas Seavey Wins 2014 Iditarod; House Committee Discusses State Of Alaska Native Law And Order; Permitting Bill To Only Be Considered By Resources; Anchorage’s National Archives Office Closing; For Self-Employed Sitkans, Health Act Makes A Difference; Herron Asks Legislature To Support Izembek Road Campaign; Mendenhall Glacier Inspires Awe, Demands Respect; Rod Perry Focusing On Traditional Dog Sled Design

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March 11, 2014 - 4:07 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 10, 2014

Dems Take Issue With State Assessment Review Board Candidate; Bill Arming VPSOs Passes House; King, Zirkle Leave White Mountain; Officers Shoot, Kill Driver Near Wasilla; Sarah Palin, Superstar, Rocks Conservative Faithful; Furie Applies For New Cook Inlet Platform; Fairbanks Coal Ash Health Impacts Under Scrutiny; US Fish & Wildlife Proposes Reintroducing Steller’s Eiders To YK Delta; Musher Housing At A Premium In Nome

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March 10, 2014 - 4:11 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 7, 2014

Controversial Permitting Bill Back For Consideration; HB 77: Gauging Public Sentiment; DEC Commissioner Says Future Sulfolane Spill Liability Shouldn’t Preclude Sale Of Flint Hills’ Refinery; Buser In The Lead As Racers Approach Nulato; GCI Recieves $41 Million To Build 3G, 4G In Rural Alaska; Petersburg Sweeps Education Technology Awards; Bill Stoltze Announces Run For New Senate Seat; AK: Wave Energy; 300 Villages: Tok

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March 7, 2014 - 5:18 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 6, 2014

Governor’s Mansion On List For EPA Intervention; Former Crime Lab Employee Charged With 6 Felonies; Mayors Seek Assurances On Gas Line Project; King Resting At Ruby, Competitors Close In; Five Nations Tentatively Agree To Arctic Fishing Ban; Dipnets May Be Allowed On Kuskokwim; Delta Western’s Pro-Union Fuelers Strike Again; State Bans Importation, Sale Of Certain Elodea Plants; Kikkan Randall Secures World Cup Sprint Title; Cyclist Obliterates Iditarod Trail Invitational Record; Dogs Fare Better Than Mushers Over Rough Trail

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March 6, 2014 - 5:10 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 5, 2014

Bill Would Eliminate Ferry Workers’ Cost Of Living Adjustment; Legislature Considers Changing Autopsies In Rural Alaska; Burmeister Leads Mushers Into Cripple; UAA Panel Discussing Pros, Cons Of Pot Legalization; Infusion Suite Opens At Ketchikan Hospital; Nome Business Owners Prepare For Iditarod Influx; Trapper Creek Man Survives Snowmachine Crash Thanks to His Dog; After Perfect Season, Kodiak Girls, Set Sight On Regions

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March 5, 2014 - 5:11 pm

Alaska News Nightly: March 4, 2014

Bypass Mail System Under Attack Again; Bill Would Allow Guns To Be Carried On Campus; Iditarod Leaders Leave Nikolai; Burned Bald Eagles Draw Federal Scrutiny In Adak; Should Humpbacks Lose Endangered Status?; Panel To Discuss Possibility Of Marijuana Legalization; Juneau Athlete Representing U.S. At Paralympic Winter Games

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March 4, 2014 - 4:59 pm