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Alaska News Nightly: January 12, 2015

Transportation Commish Ousted Following Defense Of Project; Young, Credited With Effectiveness, Says Personality is Part of his M.O.; Lonnie Dupre Becomes First Ever January Denali Soloist; Juneau Assembly Considers Moratorium On Legal Pot Shops; Anchorage Legislators Consider Ways To Cut Capital Costs; Adak Fish Plant Seeks Additional Operators; News-Miner to Begin Requiring Electronic Subscriptions for Frequent Online Visitors; Ice Sculptures Take Shape In Downtown Anchorage

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January 12, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 9, 2015

Lawmakers Begin Releasing Prefiled Bills; Halcro Files Letter Of Intent In Anchorage Mayor’s Race; Juneau Resident In Paris During Attack On Charlie Hebdo Magazine; Mat-Su Borough Seeks Railroad Funds; Blue Crest Plans New Onshore Wells, LNG Shipments; Alaska Skiers Placing Well In National Championships; AK: The Art of Medicine; Essay: The Experience Of An Art Model

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January 9, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 8, 2015

Is SB21 Working?; Chugiak Lawmaker Proposes Legislature Move; On Murkowski’s First Day Chairing Energy Committee, Panel Passes Keystone Bill; UAF To Field Wildfire Crew; Petersburg’s New Superintendent Resigns; An LGBTQ Renaissance In Juneau; Early Study Shows Surprising Optimism Among Homeless Alaska Natives

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January 8, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 7, 2015

Walker Purges Gasline Board, Rejects Confidentiality Agreement; Gov. Walker Meets With DC Officials; Murkowski: Keystone XL Pipeline Worth Fighting For; Canadian Archipelago Likely To Become Important Polar Bear Conservation Region; Poor Air Quality Raising Health Concerns In Fairbanks; Despite Spending Freeze, Juneau Access Road Effort Continues; EPA, Alaska DEC Crews Cleaning Up Richardson Highway Diesel Spill; Pajinag Takes The Reins Of Front Street Community Health Center; Touring A Historic Anchorage Building

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January 7, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 6, 2015

Alaska’s New U.S. Senator Takes the Oath; Ousted Military Affairs Official Returns As Senate Media Strategist; Muñoz To Reintroduce Bill Adding Sexual Orientation To Anti-Discrimination Law; Aleut Enterprise To Pay Over $1 Million In Adak Fuel Spill Settlement; Pick. Click. Give. Donations Up, Number Of Donors Taper; Draft Juneau Economic Plan Released; Illegal Dumping On State Land Draws Prosecution, Fines; Alaska Centenarians In National Photo Project

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January 6, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 5, 2015

Special Investigator Planned To Look Into National Guard Allegation; Sullivan Takes Oath Tomorrow, Rep. Young Misses First Week Due to Death of Brother; Legacy of Bar Break Violence Haunting Downtown Business Development; Blindingly Bright ‘Moose Lights’ Worry Troopers – But They’re Legal, Unregulated; State Closes Bethel DEC Office; Post-Holiday Lull Means Less Public Attention For Homeless Needs; Local Filmmaker to Document Cook Inlet Trek

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January 5, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 2, 2015

Traffic Deaths Jump To Highest Level Since 2007; Walker Plans To Stick To Marijuana Implementation Schedule, But Other Delays Still Possible; Over $63 Million Worth Of Marijuana Sold In Washington State In 2014; New Charges Filed In Homer Sexual Assault Case; Prince William Sound Black Cod Fishermen Likely Facing Lower Harvest Limits; Delta-area Birders Spot Species New to Interior During Christmas Bird Count; Ambler Road Would Have Mixed Impact on NW Arctic Caribou; AK: Puppet Town; 300 Villages: Kasaan

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January 2, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: January 31, 2014

Mallott To Decide on Walker’s Point Thomson Role; New Campaign Pushes Conservation in Aleutians; Arctic Shipping Falls; Anchorage Sets Temperature Record; Fish and Game Interview; Bainbridge Island Nonprofit Delivers Food with Protein

December 31, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 30, 2014

Walker Continues To Fill Out Cabinet With Administration, Education Commissioners; Regional Subsistence Advisory Councils Having Trouble Filling Seats; Second Boy Reaches Deal in Illegal Brevig Mission Muskox Killings; Lance Mackey Enters 2015 Yukon Quest Field; UAF Shooting Death Ruled Suicide; North Pacific Groundfish and Halibut Observer Program Sees Changes in 2015; DEC Commissioner to Rule in 2015 on Groundwater Sulfolane-Cleanup Level; Troopers Seek Public’s Help In Locating Missing Wisconsin Man; Alaska Marine Highway Prices To Rise Next Summer; Alaska Prepares to Offer Grizzly License Plates; Humpback History: Soviet Whaling

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December 30, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 29, 2014

$41,000 Raised for Victims of Christmas Day Crash; One Dead, One Injured in Koyuk House Fire; Woman Killed in Anchorage Pedestrian Crash; Court Overturns State Regulation Deeming Kodiak’s Bison Feral; Pat Pitney Prepares To Address State’s Budget Issues; Avalanche Survivor Returns to Rainbow Ridge, Recovers Bodies of Companions; As Federal Case Proceeds, State Drops Charges Against Dutch Harbor Asia Owners; Spay and Neuter Clinics Improve Village Safety

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December 29, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 26, 2014

Legislators Urge Governor Walker To Rein In Budget; $1 Million Loan to Buy Sitka Hospital ‘Breathing Room’; Fire Marshals say PATC Fire Cause ‘Undetermined’; Incoming DNR Commissioner Prepares For New Position; AK: Exploding History

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December 26, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 24, 2014

Officials Warn of Botulism Outbreak; Investor Pulls Out of BC Mine; LNG Exports Hits Bumps; Lights Return in Ft. Yukon; Maybe No White Christmas in Aleutians; Volunteers Pitch in Haines; Fish Skin Appearing in Modern Fashion

December 24, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 23, 2014

Gov. Walker Signs MOU With Resources Energy, Inc.; Origins Of The Endangered Species Act; Minimum Wage Measure Could Boost Bus Driver Pay; ‘Arctic Fiber’ Project Delayed into 2016; Juneau Assembly Committee: Scale Back Senior Sales Tax Exemption; Shop with a Cop highlights family homelessness in Anchorage; Juneau Assembly Honors JPD’s “Rock Star”; Alice’s Champagne Palace to Open Solstice Weekend

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December 23, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 22, 2014

FEC Report Sheds New Light On Campaign Contributions; Canada Approves Controversial Mine Plan in Southeast; Anchorage Forms New Committee To Navigate Pot Legalization; Doctors Aim to Reset Alaska Heathcare Model; Orphaned Bear Cubs To Head South; Bethel Receives An Unusual Winter Visitor – A Robin; Do I Need to Rinse This? The Inner Workings of City Recycling

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December 22, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 19, 2014

Grand Jury Indicts Man in Alaska Prosecutor’s Shooting Death; Walker Considers Delay in Legal Marijuana Sales; University President: Budget Cuts Will Require Downsizing to ‘Core’ Missions; Omnibus Spending Bill Increases Money for Wildfire Management; Coastline Search Leads To First Residents’ Camps; How the Alaska Native Brotherhood Changed Alaska History; Lonnie Dupre Makes Fourth Winter Solo Attempt on Denali; AK: Hockey Homecoming; 300 Villages: Kipnuk

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December 19, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 18, 2014

Unknown Oily Sheen off Shishmaref Coast Returns; Governor Walker Shares Upbeat Message With Fairbanks; Scientists ID Two Bat Species Never Before Seen In Alaska; Court Decision Allows Tribes To Apply For Lands To Be Placed In Trust; Tulsequah Mine Study Outlines Taku River Barging; DEC Reaches Diesel Spill Site Along Dalton Highway; Fall Brown Bear Hunts Proposed Near Petersburg; Sealaska Heritage Institute Begins Move into Walter Soboleff Center; Charities Help Fill Void From Santa’s Clearing House During Holiday Season

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December 18, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 17, 2014

What’s on Gov. Walker’s Federal Wish-List?; Federal Spending Bill Appropriates $100 Million for Missile Defense in Alaska; Governor Cuts Funding for Mining Road Project That is Subject of 2-Day Meeting in Fairbanks; Togiak Clinic Remains Closed After Monday Night Burglary; Broker Enrolls About 1K Alaskans In Latest Signup; Proposed Anchorage Ban on Commercial Pot Fails in Assembly; Meeting Teaches Immigrants How Proposed Reforms Affect The Immigration Process; Melting Permafrost Threatens Infrastructure, Homes; Sitka Sound Slayers: A Women’s Movement on Wheels

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December 17, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 16, 2014

President Obama Makes Bristol Bay Off-Limits For Oil, Gas Development; State Hires Project Lead for Medicaid Expansion; North Slope-Bound Tanker Wrecks, Spills 1,200 Gallons of Diesel, Catches Fire; Anchorage School Board Puts Money into Savings, Rilke Schule Facility; Juneau School Board to Decide if Montessori Borealis Should be its Own School; Troopers Release Names of Missing Kuskokwim Travelers; Alaska Power Company Customers Will See 11 Percent Rate Hike; Are Agencies Prepared for Effects of Climate Change?

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December 16, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 15, 2014

Gov. Walker Submits Capital Budget; Sullivan Delighted with U.S. Senate Committee Assignments; Ballot Measure to Combat Corruption Has A Year To Gather 30,000 Signatures; UA President Announces Retirement Date; EPA To Use North Pole Air Data; Bethel Winter House Reopens with New Rules; Akeela House Celebrates 40 Years of Successful Sobriety Treatments; Friends, Family Mourn Avalanche Victim; Expert Advises Recovery Operation Delay; Climate Change And Alaska Natives: Health

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December 15, 2014

Alaska News Nightly: December 12, 2014

U.S. Senate Considers $1.1 Trillion Spending Bill; Sealaska Lands Bill Passes Congress; SAGA to Cease AmeriCorps Program, Hopes Another Org Will Save It; University of Alaska Regents Approve Tobacco Ban; Butler to Return as Alaska’s Top Doctor; Study: Climate Change Hurting Salmon Habitat; 10 Years On, Selendang Ayu Spill’s Legacy Still Evolving; AK: Maps; 300 Villages: Kluti Kaah

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December 12, 2014