Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017



Sunday killing marks 2 dozen Anchorage homicides in 2017; Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority moves to clear Juneau homeless camp; Mental Health Trust leaders resign while organization undergoes special audit; New Pebble advisory committee meets indoors, while mine protesters gather outside; Feds review annual whaling quotas for Alaska Native hunters; How oyster milkshakes and teamwork are getting Alaska’s shellfish safely to market; Ketchikan floods cause some damage, have fish swimming on roads; Scientists look into declining Steller sea lion numbers; Another mine opens close to the Alaska border; How could getting rid of for-profit medical insurance save the country money? Listen now
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