Alaska News Nightly: Friday, September 29, 2017



Walker says tax is needed to pay for services; Mayors urge Alaska Legislature to take action on deficit; Haines first community to sign DOC contract focused on pretrial services; Senate budget could open door for future ANWR development; Noted Alaskan storyteller sentenced for attempted statutory rape; Alaska VA office gets mixed report from watchdog; Fairbanks voters to decide on outlawing local pot businesses on Tuesday; Sea critters hitchhiked across the Pacific on tsunami debris; Federal court upholds contentious ‘roadless rule’ for national forests; AK: Juneau business showcases diverse artists’ work in postcard contest; 49 Voices: Joey Shugarts of Anchorage Listen now
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