Alaska News Nightly: Wednesday, Oct. 25, 2017



Alaska U.S. senators quiet on colleagues' critique of Trump; Trump administration offers more NPR-A land for oil leasing than ever before; Oil production is up, and DNR expects it to keep climbing; Public testimony directs anger at crime law; Congress could decide fate of Tongass plan to move away from old-growth timber; Walter Harper, the first person to summit Denali, subject of panel discussion; Bearded seal removed from Northern Alaska airport's runway; 'Re-establishing a sense of identity:' RIVR gives indigenous people a voice on broadcast radio; 17 national parks could see fee increases, including Denali; USFWS designates Tuntutuliak elder James Charles a "conservation hero" Listen now
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