Alaska News Nightly: Monday, Aug. 28, 2017



Violent crime spree leaves one dead, another wounded; two inmates that escaped Bethel's jail have been recaptured; The state of Alaska is considering whether it should sue the manufacturers of powerful painkillers; Hurricane, now tropical storm Harvey won't affect Alaska oil prices; One in seven Alaskans are food insecure, the SNAP program helps them; traveling to Sleetmute where two women run a fishwheel; Climate change is affecting Kodiak bears relationship with an important food source, berries; "Lineage: Tlingit Art Across Generations" premieres tomorrow night (Tuesday 8/29) on 360 North.
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