Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, June 22, 2017



Compromise to avoid state shutdown could happen soon; 'Sense of relief' as cuts to UA system are less than expected; Walker signs bill granting health insurance to dependents of fallen police, firefighters; Murkowski's take on health bill? Stay tuned; Body of missing boater recovered on Bering Strait beach; “Doesn’t he know it’s frozen?” How Alaska almost overlooked Prudhoe Bay; Fish and Game shoots black bear thought to have killed 16-year-old runner; Man charged in 2015 Wasilla double murder; Alaska trail advocates warn Governor Walker of transportation funding lapses Listen now
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