Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Aug. 17, 2017



Alaska senators fault Trump's tack on racist rally; Nearly half of structures on dock affected by fire, says processing plant fire witness; Feds move forward with review of Hilcorp’s Arctic drilling plans; There’s a new Arctic drilling battle brewing — and it’s not in ANWR; Several inmates charged with assault, rioting at Fairbanks prison; M/V Tustumena back on the water; Diving for answers: Will blue king crab come back in the Pribilofs?; Sun’aq wins grant to study invasive species' effect on subsistence resources; Solar eclipse has stargazers excited all around the world; Juneau chef crowned King of Seafood at Great American Seafood Cook-Off Listen now
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