Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, April 11, 2017



Pebble project granted land use permit; Oil tax credit bill on its way to the Senate, with ultimatum from House; Following majority departure, Dunleavy to lose committee seats; Body of man recovered in Turnagain Arm off Beluga Point; Alaska’s congressional delegation sticking by Sea Grant; Anchorage Assembly unveils public transportation overhaul; State economists publish a “Where are they now?” for Alaska high school grads; Most of Alaska should see normal winter breakup this year; King salmon trollers to have lower harvests this year; Fish and Game predicts more Chinook fishing openings this summer; Unalaska receives surprise visitor from the deep Listen now
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