Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 2, 2018

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Plan to draw from permanent fund is silent on PFDs; Bethel voters to decide whether or not to keep legal alcohol sales; Calista director Colonel Wayne Don denies allegations against him; More than 300 Alaska-based paratroopers to return home this weekend; State wants public input on how to spend Volkswagen settlement money; Kuskowkim River remains jammed as community eagerly awaits breakup; Survival of first Alaskans linked to breast milk; UAF signs deal with New Mexico-based lab for future Arctic projects; Wolves are eating sea otters near Gustavus. What does that mean for the deer?; Hoonah microbrewery gets new owners and location, but will offer familiar tastes Listen now
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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, May 2, 2018

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