Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, July 11, 2017



Feds agree to shore up Alaska's insurance market; White House's election fraud commission suspends request for Alaska voter information; Kodiak Pacific Spaceport Complex participates in missile defense test; EPA takes step toward ending 'pre-emptive veto' of Pebble Mine; Former head of Alaska railroad workers union sentenced for felony embezzlement; Someone may want to buy the ferry Taku, but they need more time; Deep-release puts the pressure on rockfish survival; Sport fishermen frustrated by king salmon management amidst banner sockeye run; Wrangell, workers reach new contract agreement; Some Alaska firefighters head to Lower 48 to assist combating blazes; Ask a Climatologist: Remembering the record breaking July snow; Peratrovich dollar coin...

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