Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Sep. 13, 2017



Beneath political firestorm on Arctic Ocean drilling, two projects make steady progress; For third year in a row, Alaska seabirds wash up dead; Stampede suspected in dozens of walrus deaths; National labs to field test microgrid tech in Cordova; State denies ballot initiative on salmon habitat; Arctic climate change researchers still conflicted over UAF’s coal-fired powerplant; Ahtna rejects continued public use of Klutina Lake Road; Terror Lake hydroelectric project expansion gets the go-ahead; Igiugig is set to embark on its Native Foods Challenge; Unalaska-bound cruise ship changes destination to Sitka Listen now
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