Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017



Alaskan officials eager to open ANWR, even if promised more; Trump's pick for Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention deemed problematic by Anchorage nonprofit; Kodiak City Council raises sales tax cap by 300 percent; Victim of Delta Junction car accident identified; In Kongiganak, a groundbreaking microgrid cuts heating costs in half; Trump administration proposes $2.1 billion expansion of Fort Greely missile-defense base; Study: Erosion caused by spawning salmon could make mountains significantly shorter; State publishes new land use plan for proposed 855-acre timber sale near Haines Listen now
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