Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, April 13, 2017



Fairbanks International Airport evacuated after bomb threat; Legislature on track to pass lowest number of bills in state history this session; Legislation would require deeds to feature disclosure of property contamination; One man dead in fatal Pilot Station shooting; Anchorage air traffic controller wins award for Bering Sea save; Alaska Airlines expanding statewide infrastructure; Ambler Road access project scoping period extended; New recommendations made for protecting Alexander Archipelago Wolf population; Ask a Climatologist: River breakup is all about spring temps; YKHC dedicates hospital expansion project to late Toksook Bay Elder Listen now
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