Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 7, 2017



Trump administration signals it could open more of the Arctic to drilling; Witness hearings start Monday in F/V Destination investigation; Drue Pearce appointed to US pipeline safety agency; With a few weeks to go, Alaska schools are short 245 educators; PenAir files for bankruptcy protection as CEO promises to refocus on Alaska routes; In Angoon, a rural water system is built with the help of beavers; More than $100,000 raised for injured Anchorage firefighter; Firefighters work to extinguish Chistochina Fire; Teaching the next crop of whale entanglement responders; Norton Sound salmon arrive in high numbers, save for kings; Forest Service could delay Wrangell contaminated soil move Listen now
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