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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 10, 2015

A $23M Military Exercise: A Last Hurrah for JBER’s 4-25th?; BC Mount Polley Mine To Re-Open After 2014 Dam Breach; Metlakatla’s Tourism Industry Blossoms; Hoonah Vets Recount Vietnam War in New Documentary; AK: Adventure-Bound Couple Moves Into $8,600 House on Wheels; 49 Voices: Michelle Spark of Princeton, New Jersey

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July 10, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 9, 2015

Dept. of Revenue Report: Oil Tax Credits Are A Poor Investment; On A Mission in Australia, News Of Army Cuts Trickles In Via Family, Social Media; Bristol Bay Run Nears 20 Million Sockeye; UA System Presidential Candidate Promises to Listen and Share; Inside A Juneau Prison’s Sex Offender Treatment Program; FLOTUS Wows Crowd at Native Youth Confab; Cleaning Alaska’s Remote Beaches, One Piece of Debris at a Time

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July 9, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Army to Cut 2,600 Soldiers from JBER; Ocean Acidification Threatens Shellfish Hatcheries; Fire Crews Scramble to Protect A Village on the Koyukuk; Nakeen Homepack: Processing Salmon With A Little TLC; POW Ferry Service Suspended; Brother Francis Shelter Fields Complaints About Bullying; A Pilgrimage To Minidoka: ‘We Can See The Memories Slipping Away’

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July 8, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Shell Finds Fracture in Icebreaker Hull; Rep. Young Files an Amendment To Block ANWR Wilderness Plan; Alaska Ablaze: Fires Activity Puts State On Track For A Record-Setting Year; Report: Ketchikan Flightseeing Plane Was Equipped with Adequate GPS Tech; Berkowitz Hopes to Swing Knik Arm Funding Over to the Port of Anchorage; Homer Feels the Squeeze of State Budget Cuts; Some Juneau Whale-Watching Companies Commit To A Higher Standard; Historic WWII Bomber, Recovered in Nome, Offers Russian Twist to Iconic American Plane

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July 7, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 6, 2015

Analysis of National Guard Records Released Under Walker Yields Few Significant Findings; From Alaska to Australia: A $23M Military Exercise Takes Flight; Missing Hiker Found Dead Near Juneau; Troopers Detain Man After Standoff in Selawik; Couple Missing from Denali Highway Found Dead; Juneau’s state flags display receives attention as nation debates Confederate flag; East Coast Theology School Selling Off Alaska Native Art, Feds to Investigate; Caribou Emigrate From Adak, Feds Struggle to Stop the Spread; Mt. Marathon Attracts A Deep Field of Competitors This Year

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July 6, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, July 3, 2015

Wade Hampton Census Area Gets A New Name; Coast Guard Cutter Sherman Returns To Port To Address Engine Trouble; Computers Aid Firefighting Efforts; State Fish And Game Officials Warn Of ‘Rabbit Fever’ Outbreak; Haines Assembly Approves Lower Cruise Ship Moorage Fees; UAF Addresses Water Quality Concerns; AK: Seward’s Mount Marathon Race Hits The Century Mark

July 3, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 2, 2015

Cross-Border Salmon Dispute Puts A Damper on Summer Troll Opener; Bristol Bay Sockeye: A Run on the Brink?; Berkowitz Emphasizes New Tone for a New Anchorage in Inaugural Address; Anchorage’s 2014-2015 Snowfall Levels Lowest on Record; Alaska’s Shoreline Erosion Rate Among Highest Worldwide; Parasite Plagues Some Yukon Kings; Hjalmar “Ofi” Olson, Bristol Bay Elder, Dies at 75; Sea Shanties, Scurvy, and a Sailboat Regatta Without Wind

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July 2, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Walker Delays Payment on Oil Tax Credits; $8.5M In Cuts to Troopers Spread a Thin Force Even Thinner; Shell Gets Federal Approval to Head North, With Some Stipulations; Sand Point Post Office Burglars Sentenced; Citizens Asked To Weigh In On A Proposed Liquor Store in Bethel; Marriage Equality and Mourning: Mildred Boesser Fought Until the End; A Psychologist Follows His Slow-Roasted, Highly Caffeinated Dream; Flying Karamazovs and Friends Bring Chautauqua Spirit to Juneau

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July 1, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Shell Gets Federal Approval to Head North, With Some Stipulations; Study: Climate Change Is A Chief Threat to Polar Bears; On His Way Out, Mayor Sullivan Collects A Couple Souvenirs; State Lifts Burn Ban, OKs Fireworks Before the 4th; In Petersburg, Childcare Shortage Leaves Parents Hanging; Study: Kings Are Smaller Than They Used To Be; Kenai Borough Re-Evaluates Controversial Fish Habitat Protections

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June 30, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 29, 2015

A Dark View of Arctic Geopolitics; Shell’s Arctic Drilling Rig Arrives to Dutch Harbor; Gov. Walker Signs Fuels Tax Increase; What the Supreme Court’s Redistricting Decision Means For Alaska; Kachemak Residents Buck A Hatchery Proposal in Tutka Bay; Katmai Bear Cams Draw International Audience of Millions; Bristol Bay Salmon Camp: ‘Can We Eat the Fin?’

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June 29, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Friday, June 26, 2015

ACLU-Alaska Applauds SCOTUS Marriage Decision; Efforts Underway to Recover 9 Plane Crash Victims; Budget Cuts Sideline 3 of Alaska’s 11 Ferries; Senator Calls on Governor to Expand Medicaid; How David Holthouse Decided to Out the ‘Bogeyman’; Juneau Soccer Camp Grooms Players for the International Field; AK: The Journey to Bristol Bay’s Fishing Grounds; 49 Voices: Will Ross from Anchorage

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June 26, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 25, 2015

Plane With 9 On Board Crashes in Misty Fjords; ‘Northern Edge’ Military Exercise Returns to Alaska After 4-Year Hiatus; State Applauds Supreme Court Ruling on Subsidies; E. Coli Detected in Haines’ Water Supply; Partial Evacuations Underway in Aniak and Chuathbaluk; Sled Dogs Safe, But Musher Stays To Protect Fire-Threatened Homestead; Soldotna Lodge Opens Doors to Fire Victims 2 Years Running; Ready.. Set… Sparc!; Historic Juneau Park Becomes an Oasis for Alaska Artists

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June 25, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Sen. Sullivan Says VA Must Own Up to ‘Alaska Crisis’; Rep. Young – A Lonely GOP Voice for Puerto Rico Statehood; Surveyors Climb Denali To Settle Dispute Over Its Height; 5.8-Magnitude Quake Rattles Mainland Alaska; Juneau Police Chief Calls Secondhand Goods Ordinance ‘Extremely Successful’; HIV Testing Events Open Access For Those Unsure; Wildfire Hinders Salmon Harvest on the Yukon; KSM Mine Targets Richer Ore While Seeking Investors; Bloom Boom: Juneau Farmer Joins Alaska Peony Rush

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June 24, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Conservation Groups Say Shell’s Drilling Plan Violate Walrus Rule; Interior Alaska Ablaze With Lightning-Ignited Fires; Crews Stage in Kalskag to Quell An Upshot in Wildfires; 55 Homes Destroyed by Sockeye Fire, According to New Estimate; Two Volcanoes Under Watch in the Aleutians; A Collaborative Classroom Drives Team Learning; Guide Academy Helps Locals Land Jobs At Sportfishing Lodges; French Company Courts Petersburg As A Cruise Destination

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June 23, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 22, 2015

‘Fairbanks Four’ Suspect Paroled; Economic Report Assesses Potential for A Recession in Alaska; GOP Presidential Candidate Announces Alaska Team; Wildfire Threatens Nulato; Village Evacuates Upriver; Conflicting Water Rights at the Heart of Chuitna Mining Debate; Breaking the Link Between Childhood Trauma And Suicide; Online Map Keeps Tabs on the Lay of Juneau’s Cemetery

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June 22, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: June 19, 2015

Progress Being Made To Contain Sockeye Fire; Anatomy of the Wildland Firefight in Willow; Evacuation Notices Lifted Near Card Street Fire; Vets, Lawmakers Irate Over New VA ‘Choice’ Program; Dead Whales Near Kodiak Island Pose Mystery; AK: Citizen Scientists Deploy ‘Bat Mobiles’ In Southeast

June 19, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: June 18, 2015

Small Part of Card Street Fire Under Control; Sockeye Fire Starting to “Cooperate”; Healy Lake Fire Doubles In Size; Juneau Protesters Rally Against Shell’s Arctic Plans; Six Cruise Ships Release Treated Sewage into Harbors; Fishermen In the Dark About King Limits; Mat-Su Residents To Learn About Their Homes in Wake of Sockeye; Kids Gather in Tanana to Learn Some Basketball and Life Skills

June 18, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: June 17, 2015

Firefighters Report Good Progress on Sockeye Fire; Card Street Fire Grows to 3,000 Acres; Lightning Thought to Cause Cooper Landing Fires; New Fires Ignite Near Healy Lake; 2015 Alaskan Wildfire Tally is Below Normal; As Fires Burn, Agencies Coordinate Helicopters to Gift Cards for Relief; Groundwater Contamination Spreads off Eielson Air Force Base; Navy Reps Hear Complaints on Northern Edge Exercises

June 17, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: June 16, 2015

Sockeye Fire No. 1 Priority Fire in US; Card Street Fire Grows to 1,500 Acres; Wildfire Burns Near Dot Lake; Walker Signs Bill Repealing Film Credit; Murkowski Bill Would Impel Izembek Road; Industry Chafes at Regulations for Arctic Drilling; Shell Rig Departs for Dutch Harbor; Audio Postcard; Dozens Evacuate to Escape Card Street Fire; Capital of Mushing Evacuates Hundreds

June 16, 2015

Alaska News Nightly: June 15, 2015

Sockeye Fire Closes Highway Again; Governor Declares Disaster; Fires Reported on Kenai; Report on Guard Calls for More Accountability; Crowd-Sourcing AK’s Future; Legislators Expensed $200k in Per Diem; Miners Say Goodbye to West Beach; Tradition Marks Catching the First Fish

June 15, 2015