Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 6, 2017



Shooting by ‘distraught man’ and avalanche trap Turnagain Arm residents in the dark ; BP shows Alaska profits for 2016; Essential Air Service has friends in US Senate; 2017 Kobuk 440 starts today; Troopers searching for poachers who shot 2 muskox near Bethel; Low oil prices lead to lower Native Corporation dividends; Alaskans claim medals in Special Olympics World Winter Games; Legislature unanimous on Black soldiers' highway holiday, save for one Wasilla representative; Canada geese make first drop into Fairbanks this year; Ask a Climatologist: Should we be worried about methane hydrates on the sea floor?; Is Bogoslof Volcano done erupting?; Ketchikan’s first pot shop set to open Saturday Listen now
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