Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, July 6, 2017



Remains of two people missing in Marmot Bay found and identified; Fatal December plane crash ruled a suicide; Despite ongoing special session, legislators yet to return to Juneau in two weeks; Hollis French appointed to head Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission; Alaska wildfires aren't heating up this year; Wrangell contract talks end, strike may resume; What enviros won by losing the pipeline battle; Free Tlingit workbook part of language revitalization; Summer SE Dungeness crab season shortened by three weeks; In Sitka: A mobile plant built to chill out the Bristol Bay fishery Listen now
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