Alaska News Nightly: Friday, April 14, 2017



BP works to contain a leaking production well; Department of Revenue foresees a 12 percent drop in oil revenue for the year; End of legislative session unclear as lawmakers remain divided; Hilcorp completes repairs on Cook Inlet gas line leak; EPA climate advisor for Alaska's district leaves department over new agency head; In light of unexpected cuts, UA Board of Regents discusses likely cuts; New Pretrial office emerges to cut costs and crime; AK: Yukon cowboy shares love of old country songs at folk festival; 49 Voices: Cherry Blossom Princess Caitlin Sweeney Listen now
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