Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, April 12, 2017



Concern for seniors as pioneer homes caught in budget battle; Human Rights Commission appointment draws conservative ire; Lindemuth seeks to clear concerns ahead of confirmation vote; AEDC pushes Anchorage utilities to merge; State TB rate dips but remains among the highest; Rep. Young wants feds to lay off medical marijuana prosecution; Long line for first legal cannabis sales in Ketchikan; UAA Chancellor Tom Case announces retirement; Resolution could save Kodiak Seafood and Marine Science Center; Ice road from Kotzebue to Noorvik and Kiana closes; Search continues into its third week for missing Newtok seal hunter; Tlingit and Haida students in Arkansas help archive Jeanie Greene videos Listen now
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