Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Sep. 21, 2017



VP Pence calls in to Anchorage talk radio; Significant layoffs hit ADN, with more changes ahead; New Hilcorp contract pushes Interior Energy Project along; Commercial pot growers paid GVEA more than $500,000 over the past year; Flood watch for Kenai River drainage as dammed lake releases; Spill reported at Valdez Marine Terminal; Ft. Wainwright soldier charged with assaulting infant son; Budget glitch could leave ferries without funding; Alaska could become climate change refuge for tropical fish; Sitka hatchery’s chum run funds improvements; Juneau’s Housing First prepares to open its doors; Gambell’s new health clinic now open to patients Listen now
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