Alaska News Nightly: Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017



In China deal, analysts see no guarantee that Alaska will get LNG pipeline; Legislative leaders seek update to sexual harassment policies; With an 'if,' Alaska US senators join call for Roy Moore to quit race; First Lady to attend JBER event tomorrow; Arctic drilling foes find public passion has cooled; University of Alaska regents to discuss budget and tuition increases; Alaska meets global demand for sea cucumbers; Regulator stalls Hydro One’s bid for Juneau utility; Board of Game to see over 70 proposals during Anchorage meeting; To improve Fairbanks air quality, 200 engine-heater plug-ins added to public buildings; Ask a Climatologist: New satellite will improve forecasts, inform policy Listen now
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