Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, March 29, 2017



State suspends Fairbanks Memorial Hospital chief of staff; Alcohol, drugs cost Alaska economy $3 billion a year; Names of troopers and K-9 involved in weekend shooting revealed; Mat-Su School District Superintendent abruptly resigns; Mat-Su Borough budget proposals expect over $12M shortfall; What do Anchorage residents think about climate change regulations?; Snow closes schools in Alaska's largest city; Ask a Climatologist: Arctic sea ice drives climate around the globe; It can power an ice rink in Fairbanks. Could it power rural Alaska?; ANTHC searching for long-term solution for St. Michael’s frozen water and sewer lines; Drones, robots and paper circuits: Wrangell students take hands-on lesson in tech Listen now
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