Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 4, 2017



Colorado-based conglomerate buys GCI; Tyonek residents celebrate as Chuitna mine plans are shelved; Oil company fined $10 million for illegally transporting a drill rig to Alaska; Trump signs Young-sponsored bill repealing predator hunting limits; Forest Service mishandled timber sales, environmental group says; State confident less than 10 gallons of crude leaked into Cook Inlet, continues investigation; Alaska Railroad reports $4.4 million loss in 2016; Unalaska terminates new fire chief charged with sexual assault in Illinois; Could the Alaska Sea Grant program go away this year?; This year's Arctic Man Classic to start at Summit Lake this week; Bronze in hand, a Ketchikan artist retraces Seward’s route Listen now
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