Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 4, 2017



Reported North Korean ICBM test could spell concerns for Alaska; Alaskans take Mt. Marathon top spots; No one injured after one vessel sinks, three beached in big overnight Nushagak fishery; Tulsequah Chief Mine controversy deepens as it courts new investors; Educators come together for annual National Education Association meeting; Eielson reminds pilots to not harass wildlife on training ranges; Unalaska is the nation's eagle attack capital. Why?; How scuba equipment fits into managing Southeast fisheries; A look into the workings of a Nushagak sport fishing camp Listen now
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