Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017



Even with repeal bill dead, Murkowski still not a firm 'yes' or 'no'; Fairbanks Council OKs Stipend, anticipates further legal, financial fallout over contaminated water; Groups seek investigation of Canadian mining impacts; Yup’ik and Gwich’in political activist Desa Jacobsson dies at age 69; Keynote speakers announced for Elders and Youth; Pre-K in Igiugig is all in Yup’ik; With an Anchorage audience, look into whale's death begins; Researchers want to know why beluga whales haven't recovered; 2018 Alaska Teacher of the Year nominee: Kent Fielding; Sailing To North Pole, explorers find more ice than expected Listen now
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