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Alaska News Nightly: March 20, 2015

Big Thorne Timber Sale Lawsuit Dismissed; Young Introduces Major Fishing Bill; Soldiers to Train Near Bethel; Streff to Take Guard Command; Army Confirms Investigation; Immersion Charter Schools Proposed; Tribal Group Gets Federal Help with Building; BC Adds More Requirements for Proposed Mines; Fish Board Takes No Action on Cook Inlet Clams; AK; Hip Hop; 49 Voices: Grace Bolling

March 20, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 19, 2015

Daylight Saving Stalls in House; Pentagon to Study Native Contract Reforms; Native Corp to Open Bethel Liquor Store; Stryker Brigade Investigated; DOJ Following Fairbanks Four Case; AHFC Wants Updated Housing Supply; Mat-Su Paying for Ferry Storage; UAS Expanding to Wrangell; Food Bank Needs More Space

March 19, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 18, 2015

Dallas Seavey Repeats as Iditarod Champ; Missile Defense Head Says Greeley Central to Operations; Murkowski Sees No Good News for Timber Families; House Pushes Back Disclosure Deadline; Walker, Mallott File Reports; State Pulls Knik Arm, Juneau Road Funds; Officials ID Port Victim; Food: Source of Comfort or Division?; Freeride Tour Comes to Haines

March 18, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 17, 2015

Walker Introduces Medicaid Expansion Bill; Visas Approved for Roe Technicians; Dallas Seavey Keeps Iditarod Lead; Premera Warns of Breach; Iditabike Racers Hit Nome; Rupert Delegation Lobbies for Continued Connections; UAF Rifle Team Falls Short; Emergency Teams Train in Dutch Harbor

March 17, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 16, 2015

State Asks for More Time on Adoption Case; Reinbold Loses Chairmanship; Feds Seek Feedback on Drilling; Interior Secretary to Decide Soon on Shell Leases; Seavey, Burmeister First to Koyuk; Anchorage Officials See Spike, Not Trend, in Crime; Two Named to Fisheries Council; Scrubbers to Cut Cruise Ship Pollution; Juneau Library to Launch Alaska Native Stories Project

March 16, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 13, 2015

House Passes Leaner Budget; Board Says No to Denali Buffer Zone; Worker Killed At Port; Three Advance in VPSO Program; Gray Named Bethel DA: New Route Makes Some Mushers Feel Like Rookies; Women’s Hall of Fame Inducts New Members; AK: Blogger LIbby Bakalar

March 13, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 12, 2015

Arctic Rep Questions Russian Military Buildup; Tax Credit for Nikiski Plant to Cost State Millions; Demboski Gets Mat-Su PAC Support; Coffey and Halcro Lead Anchorage Mayoral Fundraising; State Sends Team to Help With Bethel Store Closing; SE Alaska Food Bank Expects to Expand; Village Corp and Tribe at Odd Over Mineral Deposits; More Dogs in Tow in ’15 Iditarod; NCAA Rifle Champsionships

March 12, 2015

NCAA Rifle Champions Showcase Expert Shooters

The National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 Rifle Championships are being held at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Friday and Saturday. The championships bring together shooters capable of extreme accuracy.

March 12, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 11, 2015

Marijuana Efforts Draw Disapproval; Senate OKs Eliminating Daylight Savings Time; Mackeys Want Iditarod Title; Supreme Court Issues Stay in Education Case; Skier Injured in Avalanche; Fish and Game Relocate Wood Bison; Lemon Creek Offers Re-Entry Programs

March 11, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 10, 2015

Sullivan Signs Letter to Tehran; AFN Wants Walks to Change on Adoptions; House Reduces Cuts to Pub Broadcasting, Universities; Fairbanks Seeks Cheaper Fuel; Buser Regains Iditarod Lead; Allen Takes Sitka Hospital Reins; Fast Ferry Fairweather down; YK Health Corp Announces New Campaign; Transgender Support Group Forms in Juneau

March 10, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 9, 2015

Sullivan Removed From Military Assignment; GOP Previews Medicaid Reform Bill; Buser Takes Early Iditarod Lead; Swanson’s Store Closing; Petersburg Processor to Test Shrimp Market; Sikuliaq Commissioned; Homeless Advocates Seek Solutions

March 9, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 6, 2015

Plenty Of Work Left Before An Alaska LNG Pipeline Becomes A Reality; Bethel Prosecutor Chris Carpeneti Resigns; Unusual Weather Prompts Concerns Over Early Fire Season Possibilities; Walker Administration Renews Medicaid Push; Radio Stations Weigh Rural Impact of Proposed Public Media Cut; Traditional Chief Paul John Passes Away; AK: Women Who Mush; 49 Voices: Wilma Distor

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March 6, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 5, 2015

Arctic Opportunities Hearing Continues Despite Widespread Closures In DC; Rep. Don Young’s Homeless Comments Draw Public Ire; Feds Turning Tongass Land Over To Sealaska; Lawmakers Discuss Federal Issues With Pot Legalization; How Will Retreating Glaciers Affect Whales, Seals?; Church, Non-Profit Cooperation Working To Provide Low-Income Housing; Anchorage Police Identify Man Killed At Busy Intersection; Anchorage Museum Exhibit Works To Spark Innovation; Robotics, Spelling, Poetry: Skagway School Expands Academic Extracurriculars

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March 5, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 4, 2015

Alaska House Finance Committee Hearing Public Input On Budget; Murkowski Seeks Lease Extensions for Shell; Sullivan Jousts with EPA’s McCarthy; Medicaid Expansion Event Brings Out Lawmakers, Davidson; Budget Cuts Would Eliminate Health Care Commission; P/V Stimson Likely to Move From Unalaska to Kodiak; Researcher Investigating Alaska’s Sexual Assault Issues; Mayor, Chief Pitch ‘Community Policing’ At South Fairbanks Meeting; ‘Iditarod Adventures, Tales from Mushers Along the Trail’ Documents Race Stories

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March 4, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 3, 2015

Legislation Eliminating Daylight Savings In Alaska Advances; Developing State Regulations on Marijuana Mirror Alcohol, Cap Personal-Use Plants at 12; Cuts To Early Education Now Could Cost The State Later; Secretary of Defense Affirms Need For Arctic Emphasis; BOEM collecting comments on proposed OCS lease sale in Arctic, Cook Inlet; Crews Work To Clean Up Milne Point Oil Spill; Iditarod Restart Route Moves Off Chena River; Iditarod Trail Invitational Racers Set Record Times Into McGrath; National Geographic Photographer Reflects On Three Decades Of Work

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March 3, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: March 2, 2015

Gov. Walker, Republican Leadership Tangle Over Proposed LNG Line; Groups to sue Port of Seattle over Shell drilling fleet; Nearly $1 Billion Needed To Modernize Rural Sanitation Systems; State Auctions Off Enormous Number Of Caribou Antlers; Drones Don’t Fly At Alaska’s Board Of Fish; Below Average King Salmon Run Expected on Kuskokwim; Iditarod Trail Invitational Competitors En Route To Nome; Exploring The Dena’ina Past, Present And Future

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March 2, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: February 27, 2015

Alaska Senators Split On Homeland Security Funding Bill; Judge Denies Stay In State Education Lawsuit; With Medicaid Language Stripped From Budget, Path To Expansion Uncertain; Powerful Storm To Push Across Interior Alaska; Cargo Ship Released, Crew to Stay Behind as Pollution Case Continues; State Considers B.C. Mines As Promoters Plan Visit; Tractor Trailer Rolls Over On Dalton Highway, Spilling Up To 4,000 Gallons Of Diesel; Fairbanks Assembly OKs Air-Quality Ordinance; Dissenter Predicts Voter Backlash; Salmon Sisters Meld East Coast Education With Commercial Fishing Roots; 300 Villages: Mud Bay

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February 27, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: February 26, 2015

Sen. Lisa Murkowski Skeptical Of Forest Service’s Tongass Plan; Arctic Barge Nears Russia After Months In Ice; What Does Alaska’s Minimum Wage Hike Mean For Businesses?; University of Alaska To Launch Sexual Assault Survey Next Week; Navigating “The New Normal” Of Legal Marijuana; Independent Power Producers Seek Utility Regulations Change; Rough Winter Takes Toll On Dillingham Residents

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February 26, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: February 25, 2015

Air Force Officials Say F-35 Program Back On Track, Eielson Remains Preferred Location; NORAD Commander Visits Alaska; Cargo Ship Detained In Unalaska For Environmental Investigation; Attorneys Wrap Up Arguments In Lawsuit Challenging Restrictions To Medicaid-Funded Abortions; New Marijuana Bill Would Require Alaska Residency Of Sellers; Early Education Programs Facing Budget Cuts; As Legislature Eyes Budget Cuts, Public Media Funding Targeted; Rep. Nageak Taken From Capitol By Ambulance; Commercial Fisheries Commission Chief Reacts To Being On Chopping Block; Update: Tlingit-Haida OKs Same-Sex Marriages

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February 25, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: February 24, 2015

Sec. Jewell On The Hot Seat In Murkowski’s Committee; As Pot Becomes Legal, Alaska Communities Rush For Short-Term Laws; Trial Challenging Restrictions For Medicaid-Funded Abortions Continues In Anchorage; Diomede Enters More than One Month Without Flights; Bethel Reacts to Walker Administration’s firing of DA; Community Members Want Action From Muni To Get More Detox Facilities; Bill Changes Alaska Lawmakers’ Per Diem Rules; With Troop Cuts Looming, Anchorage Officials Turn Out Crowd; Southeast Alaska King Salmon Head North In Search Of Cooler Waters

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February 24, 2015