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Critics say shutdown will doom Arctic projects in court; Port project cost estimate doubles to nearly $2B; Rockslides, icy roads lead to Anchorage highway crashes; King Salmon find PFAS contaminants in groundwater; Cannabis advocates wary of Dunleavy’s Marijuana Control Board appointments; Pending inspection, second marijuana cultivation facility to open in Nome; Two Valley sled dog races canceled, another potentially in jeopardy; New school accountability system flags more schools for improvement; AK: New Sitka TV show hopes to promote authenticity in area; 49 Voices: Linda Sampson in Noorvik
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Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Jan. 25, 2019