Alaska News Nightly: Monday, June 19, 2017



Sharp comments reflect ill will as Legislature starts 2nd special session; Interior Secretary reassigns top climate policy adviser; Alaska Department of Natural Resources tracks bear that killed Anchorage teenager; East Fork Fire grows to 1,300 acres; New equipment helps scientists keep tabs on Bogoslof now and study it later; Alleged gunman shot by Fairbanks police Monday morning; Former Kenai city manager dies after motorcycle crash; SEARHC land transfer advances in congressional committees; Homer City Council members survive recall effort; 2 Anchorage men die when boat capsizes near Seward; Alaska looks to reform its solitary confinement practices Listen now
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