Alaska News Nightly: Monday, July 24, 2017



Lawmakers to meet in Juneau this week to vote on capital budget; Washington man pleads not guilty to murder, theft in Ketchikan doctor’s death; Strong winds sweep through Interior; Two separate deaths on road system over the weekend; Trump nominates Alaska US attorney; Marine debris won’t stop, but neither will those cleaning it up; 2 Haines food entrepreneurs are finalists in Southeast business contest; Personal use king crab fishery in Juneau area to open for 5 days; 'Mayor' Stubbs the Cat passes away at 20; Behind the scenes of Wild Alaska Live Listen now
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