Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 17, 2017



Walker seeks compromise from Legislature on capital budget; Special session ends with compromise on oil and gas tax credits; Dunleavy announces plans to run for governor in Alaska; BP leak investigation led to shutdown of 5 more wells; Levelock stabbing under investigation as a homicide; North Star Borough to close North Pole transfer site for cleanup, reopen with monitor; Kotzebue commercial fishers have two buyers in town this season; Ecosystem study unlocks the mystery of black cod survival; Hold your nets! Chilkat Inlet subsistence fishery delayed another week; Troopers shoot bear after it kills, eats a dog in a Sitka neighborhood; Anchorage pilot dies in plane crash near Yentna River; Healthy housing market shows Ketchikan’s resilience; ‘Nones’...

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