Under 'Save Our State' banner, more than 25 organizations implore Dunleavy: No more vetoes; Ferry workers union explains why strike happened, and what workers gained from it; Ferry workers union explains why strike happened, and what workers gained from it; New Izembek land swap? New lawsuit, too.; Canadian authorities believe they've found bodies of 2 murder suspects; Man finds loaded AR-15 rifle along Anchorage bike path; Anchorage police officer faces two counts of child sexual abuse; Hilcorp clears some regulatory hurdles to conduct a seismic survey in lower Cook Inlet; Napakiak loses access to a main road As riverbank erosion persists; Citizen scientists sought for beluga monitoring effort; Erosion continues to eat away at Talkeetna...
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Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Aug. 7, 2019