US NEWS FEEDS
Murkowski's public lands bill becomes law; Memos detail gaps in ANWR science; Interior says they’ll guide future work; Cash-strapped state of Alaska takes aim at North Slope government's oil money; Kaiser eyes Nome from White Mountain, with a hungry Ulsom on his tail; House and Senate both look at what budget cuts to make amid Dunleavy proposal; Bill seeks to require jail time in cases similar to 2018 Justin Schneider assault; Search continues for pilot missing northwest of Anchorage; Fairbanks City Council fails to overturn mayor's veto of anti-discrimination ordinance; State plans to sell Sheldon Jackson Museum in cost-cutting efforts
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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, March 12, 2019