Alaska News Nightly: October 13, 2011

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Kott to Plead Guilty to Bribery, North Slope Ringed Seals Develop Mysterious Illness, Proposed Bill Would Expand Denali KidCare Program, Army Investigating Death of Ft. Wainwright-Based Soldier, Alaska Native, American Indian Leaders Organized Priorities, Search Continues for Missing Fairbanks Man, Juneau Woman Wins Ultramarathon Bike Race, Speed Skater Training in Fairbanks Despite Lack of Venue

Alaska News Nightly: October 12, 2011

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Magistrate Issues Wilde Decision, Both Sides React to Wilde Decision, Dead Killed Whale Found to be Pregnant, North Slope Communities Land Three Whales, Mental Health Trust, Forest Service Look to Land Swap, Mental Health Trust Offering 11,000 Acres in Mat-Su for Exploration, Development, New Airline Offering Service in Southwest Alaska, Redistricting Plan Approved by Justice Department, State Names Jim Pickett Firefighter of the Year, Japanese Sailor Wintering in Kodiak Harbor

Alaska News Nightly: October 11, 2011

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Division of Elections Rejects Johansen Recall Application, Report Faults UAF in Musk Oxen Deaths, Former EyakTek Employee Accused of Bribery, Money Laundering Appears in Court, NSB Mayor Race Heading for Runoff Election, Wales Man Gets Jail Time for Child’s Truancy, RCA Approves Purchase Agreement Between Chugach Electric. Fire Island Wind, Geothermal Energy Interest Grows in Alaska, Fairbanks Hatchery May Go into Operation in December, Car Crashes into Anchorage House, Sled Dogs Prepare for New Season

Alaska News Nightly: October 10, 2011

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Lt. Governor Receives Petition to Revive Coastal Management Program, NOAA Scientists Investigating Killer Whale Deaths, ‘Super Committee’ Proceedings Remain A Mystery, Nome Man Arrested in Woman’s Death, Searchers Find Missing Boater’s Body, Over 200 'Occupy Anchorage', Newtok Residents Steadily Relocating to Mertarvik, Two Wounded, Two Dead in Anchorage Shooting, New Ferry Service Gets Federal Loan

Alaska News Nightly: October 7, 2011

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Anchorage Municipality Withdraws Lawsuit over Knik Arm Crossing, Alaska’s Senators Push Legislation to Protect Rural Post Offices, Congressman Don Young Frustrated by US Involvement in Afghanistan, Sitka crabber rescued after boat sinks in Chatham, Native brotherhood, sisterhood meet in Klawock, Timber Task Force meets in Coffman Cove, Talkeetna Voters Oppose Massive Hydro Dam Proposal, Resource Policy Trip to Norway Expenses Exceed 90,000, AK: A Trip to Bus 142 on Stampede Road.

Alaska News Nightly: October 6, 2011

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Bethel Jury Finds Defendents Guilty in Torture Murder Trial, No Bond for Three Men Accused in Bribery Scandal, Few Studies Track PFD Impact, Dividend Checks Pay for Fuel in Rural Alaska, Orcas Caught Miles Upriver from Dillingham, Plastic Bag Fight Isn't Over, One Newspaper will serve Bristol Bay and Dutch Harbor, Conoco May Get Access to NPRA, BC Coal Mine Plan Irks Ketchikan Residents, Dive Fisheries see High Prices.

Alaska News Nightly: October 5, 2011

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Palin Won't Run for President, Congress Considers Hearings on EyakTek Investigation, Jury Deliberates Bethel Murder Case, Poll Finds Support for Mid Level Dental Providers, Statewide Election Results, Fairbanks Voters Reject Air Quality Proposition, Crab Fleet Won't Have as Much to Catch This Year, Biomass Heat Catches on in Southeast, Video Contest Highlights Bristol Bay.

Alaska News Nightly: October 4, 2011

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Employee of Native Corporation Subsidiary Indicted in Kick-back Scheme. Longtime State Employee in DC Resigns Over Partisanship. Murkowski Names New Fisheries Aide. Federal Workers in Alaska Face Uncertain Future. Officials Suggest Sinking Rat Infested Ship. State Settles Rural Education Case. Kodiak Schools Weigh In on NCLB Waivers. Alaska Organizations Win USDA Grants. Anchorage High School Grad Wins Physics Nobel. Juneau Couple Watch Meteor Show. Museum Preserves Knowledge on Local Foods. Correction on SOS story.

Alaska News Nightly: October 3, 2011

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Rhetoric Heats Up in Advance of "SOS" Vote. Barrow Will Vote on Dry Status. Survey Shows High Rate if Sexual Violence in Anchorage. Chukchi Lease Sale Stands. Lawmakers Study Texas Prison Reform. Meeting Participants Weigh Controversial Halibut Plan. Eight Indicted in Gun Theft. Wasilla Residents Work to Recall Councilman. Diabetes Program Shows Success. Longtime Fairbanks Pilot Honored.

Alaska News Nightly: September 30, 2011

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Trial Begins for Men Accused of Torturing, Killing Hooper Bay Man, Coast Guard Intercepts Vessel Suspected of Illegal Drift Netting, Rare Earth Meeting Draws Large Crowd, Mat-Su Elections Take Place October 4, Alaska Delegation Asks for Eielson Fines to be Dropped, NANA Announces Shareholder Dividend, Tlingit, Haida Get Federal Funds to Expand Tribal Court, Road, Line Work Starts at Reynolds Creek Hydroproject, AK: Music Education, 300: Whittier and Koyukuk

Alaska News Nightly: September 29, 2011

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Groups Suing to Stop Shell’s Plan to Drill in the Beaufort Sea, 150 Gallons of Oil Spill in Unalaska, Officials Celebrate Groundbreaking of Tanana River Bridge, Rep. Young Introduces Bill Rolling Back Regulations from Past 20 Years, Federal Agency Says Halibut Catch Sharing Plan Needs More Input, Accountability Office Says IHS Program Flawed, iPhone App Sheds Light on Yup’ik Language, SE Votes on Plastic Bags, Hydro, Alcohol Tax, Kake Apartment for Elderly Receives Money to Improve Energy Efficiency, Rescued Seal Pup Returns to Wrangell

Alaska News Nightly: September 28, 2011

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Trident Seafoods Paying $2.5 Million in Fines for Clean Water Act Violations, Legislative Agency Warns of Risk to State’s Credit Status, Denali Commission Returns $15 Million to Government, Sailor Attempting to Circle the Americas, Race for Kenai Peninsula Borough Mayor Crowded, Fire Island Wind Project, Chugach Electric Agreement Facing Tough Opposition, Fairbanks Borough Schools Working to Resolve Budget Challenges,

Alaska News Nightly: September 27, 2011

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LaHood Discusses State’s Transportation Challenges, Special Committee Working to Find Long-Term Fiscal Stability for State, Judge Rules on Land, Water Permits Issue, Troopers Investigate Wanton Waste Near Sitka, Voters Electing Nearly Entire Bethel City Council, Drilling Rig Breaks Down, Blocks Road While in Transit, National Indian Health Board Convention Underway, Mental Health Trust Reworking Land Exchange, Satellite Lifts Off From Kodiak Launch Complex

Alaska News Nightly: September 26, 2011

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Former Crew Members Attempted to Turn in Fuglvog, Upgrades Could Enable Pipeline to Safely Operate Below 500,000 Barrel Capacity, Natural Gas One Step Closer to Anchor Point, Alaska Airlines Execs Field Suggestions from Bethel Residents, Owner: Theft of Gear More Than a Minor Crime

Alaska News Nightly: September 23, 2011

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Congress Unable to Agree on Short Term Spending Bill, Waivers Available for No Child Left Behind Act, Bypass Mail Targeted in US House Legislation, Crews Work to Clean Up Petersburg After High Winds, Heavy Rain, Rural Alaska Native Children Face Higher Rate of Dental Decay, AK: Whittier – A Hidden Gem, 300 Villages: Denali National Park

Alaska News Nightly: September 22, 2011

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Former AEWC Executive Charged With Embezzlement, Subsistence Bowhead Whale Quota Under Review, Public Comment Period for ANWR Plan Extended to November, Army Reports Second Stryker Death This Week, Six Groups Under Consideration for Designing, Managing of Knik Arm Bridge, Freshwater Seals Subject of Study Outlined at Fisheries Symposium, Petersburg and Wrangell Considered for New Mill Site, Memorial Service, Potlach Held to Honor Athabascan Elder

Alaska News Nightly: September 21, 2011

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Alaska News Nightly: September 20, 2011

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Governor Announces PFD Amount. Probe of Arctic Slope Native Corporation 8a Contract Requested by McCaskill. ACLU Wins Property Tax Case. Fairbanks Voters Consider Air Quality Ballot Proposition. State Wants Court to Force Ferry Builder to Replace Engines. Alaska Ship and Drydock Wins Ferry Contract. Cleveland Volcano Lava Dome Growing. NOAA Seeks Fisheries Histories from Alaska. Homer Looks for Homer Look Alike.

Alaska News Nightly: September 19, 2011

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The EPA issues Shell Oil Air Quality Permits for Arctic Ocean Drilling. Anchorage Man is Injured in Reno Air Show Crash. Australian Company to Explore "Deep Coal" in Alaska. Naknek Electric, Deep in Debt, Outlines Geothermal Plan. APOC Dismisses SOS Initiative Complaint. South Central Mayors Encourage Energy Thriftiness. Interior School District Fires up Alternative Energy Boiler. Larsen Bay Cannery Celebrates 100 years. A New Life for an Old Roadhouse

Alaska News Nightly: September 16, 2011

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Virginia Court Rules Against Kivalina in Favor of Insurance Company, UAF Receives Large Gift From Mining Company for Endowment, Fort Wainwright Soldier Killed in Afghanistan, Nelchina Subsistence Caribou Hunt Closing to Taking of Cows, Two Arrested in Beating of Homeless Man, Volunteers Survey Anchorage’s Homeless , ‘Forgone Harvest’ Addressed During Fisheries Symposium, MSHA Updates Kensington Accident Report, AK: Cordova Fungus Festival, 300 Villages: Chatanika and Glennallen