Alaska News Nightly: Friday, Sep. 8, 2017



Alaska airborne/infantry unit begins Afghanistan deployment; New EPA vetting adds uncertainty for Alaska grants worth millions; 24 arrested in Bethel bootlegging ring; Uncle names girls killed in Butte fire, says trailer needed repairs; Rep. Young apologizes for his 'offending words' on House floor; Walker ‘doubtful’ he will ask legislature for more funding for gas line; That Atlantic salmon farm was on its last legs — and Washington state knew it; NOAA Fisheries hosts first citizen beluga count this weekend; AK: Archaeologists shed light on Tlingit culture near Petersburg, before Europeans; 49 Voices: Carlos Godfrey of Anchorage Listen now
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